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Jensen cd 2610 aux input has little volume

I just recently bought a headphone jack to rca cable so I could hook up my mp3 player to my car stereo via the aux input. The problem is that there is very little sound coming out of the speakers with the head unit at full volume, and as I turn up the volume of the mp3 player it starts to cut out (from maybe to much power into the rca jacks?)all in all I have roughly 1/3 the volume in aux than I do in cd or radio mode. from what I've read the rca jacks are there to hook up an aux cd player like the walkman or mp3 player. Is the unit faulty or am I going about this wrong

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  • proudfitv Feb 03, 2009

    The rca jacks I'm plugging into are not the pre amp out jacks they are line in rca's. I don't think I would have any sound out of the speakers if they were out put jacks (let alone an mp3 player or head unit). I just thought that somone might know if and how to adjust input power. the manual says nothing about power or adjustment and I can't find it in the head unit menu.

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First of all the rca jacks in the back of your radio are for plugging in an amp, not your mp3 player. there should be an auxiliary jack(looks like a headphones jack) in the front of the head unit. if there is no auxiliary jack in the front then you will have to go buy a new head unit with an auxiliary jack.

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