Question about Sony CDX-GT210 CD Player
Okay I check all the fuses, the wiring, the antenna, everything is in place but my Radio does not want to get signal. My CD player works and my Aux. for my IPOD works. Everything is checked out. All of a sudden my radio starts to fade and barely gets signal. How can I solve this This is for a CDX-GT210 Sony stereo.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try connecting the red and yellow together, and to a 12 volt source. that should deffinately get power to the head unit. check the fuse under the big connector on the back.
try connecting the red and yellow together, and to a 12 volt source. that should deffinately get power to the head unit.
check the fuse under the big connector on the back.
Posted on Oct 14, 2007
solution to ipod problem some ipods do not work in directly with after market sterios some do now a good solution is to go to your local radio shack buy the rca jack one end proper male femal connectors on one end then head phone jack on the other this will play anything its just like the old days when you had to buy that clunky tape with head phone jack attachted it works all the time make sure ipod is powered so that it wont loose power while playing its kinda old school stuff but works since most ipod products dont work with aftermarket sterios
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
there is no direct input on this until. although you can purchase the aux input cable from the link i have posted which will allow you to plug in rca's into the rear. after purchasing this cable, you will have to turn on the aux option in the menu. which you may want to make sure that you can do beffore you order it.
1.with the power on, hold the source button until the until turns off
2. hold the audio button until a menu is opened. (hold function if audio doesn't work)
3. scroll through until you find the aux option and turn it on.
4. turn on the radio and scroll through the sources and make sure it is there.
5. buy cable and headphone to rca cable
or you can order the direct ipod adapter made by pioneer, which will let you control the ipod directly from the head unit itself. whichever you prefer http://www.google.com/products/catalog?hl=en&source=hp&q=pioneer+ipod&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=9877805020289826524&ei=_vPKSpzyKYe4NrzrpPMH&sa=X&oi=product_catalog_result&ct=result&resnum=1#ps-sellers
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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