Question about Kenwood KDC-MP5032 CD Player
Wanting to install an aux cable to deck to hook in iPods,iPhones, etc through the headphone jack of unit.
Kenwood utilize the CD Changer plug in the back (which acts as a secondary Aux input), to operate external iPod devices.
This is done with the aid of an Adapter Lead - it has the 13-pin DIN plug on one end (plugs into the rear of your unit), and an iPod plug on the other end (plugs into your iPod).
Depending on the "Generation" of your external iPod device, you will need to buy the appropriate Kenwood adapter cable. These are: KCA-IP102, KCA-IP202 or KCA-IP302.
There may be some aftermarket (3rd party) cables that may do the same job.
Just ensure you read your Kenwood manual, as the Kenwood unit may be limited to the types of files (i.e. formats) it can read & play.
Hope this explains....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can buy a thing(not sure of exactly what its called) that you plug into your iphone and you pick a radio station on it and turn your stereo to that same station and listen to your itunes
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
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