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IPOD ADAPTOR HOW TO HOOK UP AN IPOD ADAPTOR TO THE BACK OF THE RADIO???

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You have to buy the ipod connection kit to pioneer, but if your deck have RCA input at the back..all you need is Y cable 2 (RCA male - 35mm jack)

RCA will be connected to DECK, 35 mm jack to your ipod.

to use your ipod...change the input setting on your deck to AUX (auxillary) most deck have this for CD Changer connection

Good Luck

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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