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Auxillary input I am having trouble figuring out how to get to the auxillary input setting on my faceplate. I have had it there in the past, but for some reason it disappeared about a week ago. I have gone through the manual thoroughly and there is no solution for the problem. It is not just a matter of pressing the SRC button. That takes you through the available options, but AUX is not appearing. I had a similar problem when the system was first installed, but it was a matter of getting it set up. Because the manual does not have this information it would be great if someone could help me out!! I just need to be able to listen to my ipod.

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Re: auxillary input

There is a setting to called `Aux On' and 'Aux Off' on PAge 27. MAybe it is set to off.

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Kenwoodkdcx895 says trouble

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AUX is the auxillary terminal to connect any input to the set. You must connect to the AUX input an IPOD or any device , use the conttrol panel to switch o the AUX and play the source.

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you have to buy the ipod connection kit to pioneer, but if your deck have RCA input at the back..all you need is Y cable 2 (RCA male - 35mm jack)

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to use your ipod...change the input setting on your deck to AUX (auxillary) most deck have this for CD Changer connection

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Auxillary input

Go to this site and download the owners manual, onpage 47 is the instructions for using the "Aux" input.

You need to use the drop down menu in the right side of the page and select your model number.

I hope this helps, if it does not help, you may need to have it serviced.

A good rating would be appreciated.

Let me know if you need more help,


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If your cd player is a DEH-P4600MP (mp3 player)then you have to turn off the player first, then press the button on the upper right hand corner of the faceplate and then scroll through the menu and find aux to turn it off or on with the "wheel" on the right on the faceplate. You will also find the alarm and clock settings there in the menu as well but the key is to make sure the player is off first while doing this or you can't access the menu. To use the auxillary input on the back of the unit you need to purchase (eBay has them) an aux input adapter ref CD-RB10 cable. Hope this helps.

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