A double male mini 3.5 mm headphone jack you can get at walmart or radio shack.... does your car dash have a small headphone style jack? if your ipod head phones will plug into it then it is exactly what i described above.... Good luck
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<p>It is advisable to listen to your iPod through headphones
while driving in the car. Not only is it dangerous to completely cancel the
sounds of the road as it is often illegal in many cities across the country.
There is an alternative, however. In just a few steps you can use your iPod to
your car stereo speakers and use the car to listen to your music, podcasts and
audiobooks. No brand car stereo makes it easier to connect these beautiful than
Pioneer. <br />
<p>1. Connect one end of the mini-jack on your iPod headphone
jack. Once done, set your iPod or on your dashboard or your car seat so that it
will not tip over while driving. <br />
<p>2. Find your sound system's auxiliary input Pioneer. It is
often located in front of the front panel stereo, but can also open the front
or back of the unit completely. If the extra connector on the back of the
stereo itself, then you remove the panel. When it comes to this, see the
instructions that came with your sound system is provided for further guidance.
<p>3. Connect the other end of the cable mini-jack for stereo
aux port. This will allow your iPod to the audio signal through the cable to
the stereo and the stereo signal will pass to the car speakers. Most often,
when something is plugged into the stereo aux jack will work in stereo. In some
models a setting to select the additional connection. Whatever the case, now
you can sit and enjoy your iPod for that long car ride. <br />
Many car stereos have more new connections that MP3 playerslike the iPod can be connected and played through the stereo. For new carradio, you only need to connect the device and the MP3 player. If you have anold stereo, connect your iPod or connect a 3.5 mm stereo cable or FMtransmitter. Connect iPod directly to the stereo with a stereo cable willresult in better sound quality on the FM transmitter, which can be interruptedor static signal.
AUX 1. Find an AUX port. The AUX is a hole, only small to belocated on your car radio face. (The size is perfect for connecting headphonesor an auxiliary cable.)
2. Connect the 3.5 mm stereo cable into the hole in front ofyour car.
3. Connect the other end into the hole stereo AUX jack /headphone jack on top of your iPod.
4. Connect your iPod.
5. Activate the AUX input. This will be different for eachcar. You may need to field through your input options (e.g., FM, AM, CD, etc.)to access the AUX. Or you may need for your stereo pressing the Menu button.Then, the options for auxiliary input field to the AUX input as possible.
6. Find a song on your iPod and press the Play button whenthe auxiliary input is activated. If you do not hear anything, make sure thevolume on the iPod device and radio. If the iPod is playing your song, you'llsee the song progresses on the iPod screen.
FM Transmitter 1. Find an FM transmitter that is compatible with the iPod.So let your FM transmitter near your car radio.
2. Connect the iPod to the FM transmitter.
3. Tune the radio to your car radio has a frequency thatonly static, then the vote of the same frequency channel using the buttons +and -.
4. Connect your iPod. Then a number and press"Play." Make sure to turn all your volume on your iPod. You should beable to use his music. If not, find a new frequency until you find one thatworks with the iPod and the transmitter.
Your video ran out. Anyway, you could try using an adaptor so your iPod will sit on your music box. If that fails, connect via your aux lead, gently pull your aux lead out of the back of the box gently and slowly giving it a wiggle, you might make the connection. Other than this, as you've not provide enough footage, you might need to buy a new aux cable that fits. Not all products are compatible with iDevices, you should check the instructions to see if your model of iPod is compatible.
The AUX input on your CDE-9845 is on the back of the receiver. To use it, you need a cable with the appropriate connectors on each end. The receiver end needs to be a standard "mini plug" and the device end needs to match the output connector on your mp3 or iPod. There are many commercially available cables that you can plug in and run the device end under the dash to a convenient location. Almost any car audio retailer will have the correct cable or you can order one online from www.crutchfield.com.
if it has aux its probably going to be right on the front, its most likely mini-din, the same connector used for headphones and pc speakers, youll need a mini-din to mini-din cable, also known as an audio cable, you can get the mcheap at radio shack usualy, its a cable that allows a pc subwoofer to be hooked up to the pc's audio card, with this just turn you ipod on and control it as normal while the deck is set to aux and you should hear your ipod. some decks have actual ipod connectors that work differntly but I personaly don't know much about them, I have the mini-din connector, and an ipod shuffle