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Does this radio have an auxilay mode so i can play my ipod

I have the cable that goes into the back of the radio all i need to do is put it in auxilary mode

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The rca jacks in the bach are for powering a booser amp aux is not an option. it should boost anything you areplaying.

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Contrary to the below Expert's testimony, the UK CDX-M880 has a REAR AUX connector that will enable you to play your iPod through your car's stereo.

You will not be able to control the ipod's interface through the radio. You will have to use the control on the iPod .

You require a Male 3.5mm extension cable like the following...

a5e60c6.jpg A 4-6 foot length is recommended, as the cable will need to be routed from behind the radio to a place your iPod can be easily manipulated.

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