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Just plug the cord into the front of the cd player where it says "AUX" and then plug the other end of the cord into the headphone / line out jack on any ipod or mp3 player then select "AUX" instead of CD and the sound will come through the system
It is possible that if your normal standard recording are working fine, then the format of the MP3 is not recognised. If so please try and rerecord on the acceptted format. If this MP3 was playing earlier to the fault then it is a possible failure of the processing section. If your cd is not reading but ejecting out then it is a fault in the optical for a possible weakening of the the laser. If you have warranty claim for this failure. however if it is readding but there is no output please check as above with a standard mp3 format. Howeverr if there is sttill no result I beileve you will have to get the main board replaced. If you are familiar with electronics you have to check within for the RF and signal to confirm for the suspected stage. however attempt only if familiar. Hope you follow this guidance. Good day
The fault was explained earlier, please check your MP3 format. play a normal cd to see if it detects, if so try with another recognised MP3. if not clean your head after opening the set. try again or it is possible that your optical is faulty or the RF signal processor IC is defective. Check this out. Good day
Yes, you should be able to plug your MP3 player into the DEH-P3700. You will need a cable. While I'm not certain as to what type of output jack your player has, it's most likey a "mini-jack". Here's a link to what it looks like:
You'll also need to make sure that the "AUX" source is turned on in the Pioneer. To do this, press FUNCTION repeatedly until AUX appears in the display. Press up/down to turn ON or OFF and the status will be displayed.
Since you've been trying things for so long, you may not mind another, unless you've tried it already.You'll need someone to help you.
Try using a volt meter on the main power to the changer. (If the changer is din mowered only, this can't be done) and when toy power up the head unit by ignition or other method, read the voltage on the main power wire (yellow?). Tell me what it shows. Also, the "turn on" wire for the unit is usully in with the data cable to the unit, and won't be able to check that.
Also try to read BOTH the acc AND the power wire on the head unit while turning on.
When you read the voltges, make sure that you use the ground ON THE CHASSIS of the componant that you are checking. "Maybe" you have a voltage variance like you said d to a weak ground at one of the units? I'm just troubleshooting as I would if you had brought it to me. Let me know again. Thanks.
** Note- Have you actually reset bothe the head unit and changer?
when it says mp3 it means you can hook an mp3 player to the stereo and play music that way. if you have an mp3 player you need a cable that will hook the mp3 player to the stereo and you can get that cable from pioneer.