I have converted some videos to play on my iPod which play fine but when connected to my Pioneer head unit, some will play and some wont. All original itunes videos play and some converted videos, although they all have been converted the same way.
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The ipod is supplied with a USB out cable and the head unit is USB compatible.It has a USB out.Connect the ipod "out "cable to the USB of the HU and switch over to USB mode on head unit. Switch on the ipod & play .
As for erahs problem ,these pioneer head units have "switchable"AUX modes.
with the power "off"(the HU power off)press the multicontrol at the centre for 3/4 seconds.options like "language etc will b displayed .AUX will be one of the options .select it ":on".now u can play your ipod through your head unit .
These DVD systems have a wire that is connected to the parking brake and gets grounded when the parking brake is engaged to prevent the driver from watching video while driving. Once you engage the parking brake, you can watch the video. The video output still works for an external monitor while driving. These are precautions to keep you safe while driving. somebody watching a video while driving is much more likely to get into an accident.
The adapter cable will convert the changer port on your head unit into an AUX input with dual RCA jacks. Once connected, the head unit will detect the cable and allow it to be another source (i.e. radio, cd, aux).
To connect your iPod to the adapter cable, use any iPod cable or dock that outputs to male RCA plugs.