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Audio in i wish to use the two audio in jacks on the rear of the system to connect my system to my cell phone having a 3.5mm jack i have the cable but dont know how to switch to that mode kindly help tell me how to

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    i am trying to hook my zune to the RCA input jacks but cant switch modes. it may require the purchase of the Sony XA-C30 source selector????

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Unfortunately, the "Bus audio in" jacks are only for use with Sony add-on components, like Sony CD changers. Without a Sony component connected to the Bus control jack, the audio input can't be selected. To add an auxiliary input to this head unit, you need to purchase an adapter: http://www.crutchfield.com/S-EMPSKmYtPsH/cgi-bin/ProdView.asp?search=sony+aux&i=127AUXONS

Posted on Jun 16, 2007

  • Brian Neathery
    Brian Neathery Jun 18, 2007

    P.S. My answer above is specifically for the Sony model you listed, the CDX-F5500. Some other Sony models do allow you to use the Bus audio in jacks as an auxiliary input.

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