I have a sansa mp3 player, the nicer kinda bigger one. i am having a problem with the cd player regognizing the mp3 player even though everything is hooked up right. the cd player is brand new, ne suggestions
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Just plug the cord into the front of the cd player where it says "AUX" and then plug the other end of the cord into the headphone / line out jack on any ipod or mp3 player then select "AUX" instead of CD and the sound will come through the system
The only way to play an mp3 player through this head unit is through an adapter. You will need to go to Best Buy or some electronics store and buy a cd-to-cassette adapter. You just plug the adapter into the mp3 player's headphone jack and insert the cassette into the head unit. Let the cassette play and play your music through the mp3 player and boom, you have a mp3-capable head unit.
If your unit has an AUX IN then use that, otherwise you need to utilize the IP Bus system (the place where a CD change would hook up). If that's the case you will need to purchase and adapter from the manufacturer or Crutchfield.com
when it says mp3 it means you can hook an mp3 player to the stereo and play music that way. if you have an mp3 player you need a cable that will hook the mp3 player to the stereo and you can get that cable from pioneer.
Have you tried removing the negative terminal from your car battery and giving it a few minutes. Hook the terminal back up and try your cd player again? That should be the same as resetting your cd player settings.
I have found that mine looses it's memory due to a dead battery. I have to connect it to a pc, format the player just like you would format a usb thumb drive. When you power it back on, it will flash the memory and rebuild the play list. Sometimes, it will loose my music, but all I have to do is load them back out to the player. It's kinda a hassel, but I don't care because I change the songs on it on a regular basis anyway.