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What type of aux you try? A microphone or speakers? What is your OS?

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Why doesn't an aux cable work in my neon tv


An AUX input on a receiver expects a signal from about 1 volt P P.

So if you have a signal about 1 V. put it in on the AUX. If it is less, try another input. On AUX nothing comes out. So don't mix up in and output.

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My home audio Phillips LX3700 receiver will play DVD input and radio input audio but will not play aux audio. I realize this is an old piece of equipment now, any help is welcomed! Thanks, Keagan


Depends on what you try to input on the AUX. If you try to connect an old record player it won't work. The AUX needs an input voltage of at least 0,18 V (180 mV) and can handle voltages up to 10 V. an old record player only gives a few mili volts, so it won't work.
If you have an old Tape deck, that you can use to test the AUX input.
I don't think inside your receiver is anything defect. like the switch, but in rare occasions that could be the problem too.

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How do i get my aux working


connect the source of the device to the AUX and selct the AuX input so that the amplifier switches to play .
You must select AUX, connect audio out L&R of teh device ( ipod)to the input .

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Need a diagram to hook my Bose CinemaT speakers. When I hook it directly to the tv no problem but can't figure out how to hookup my reciever and CD player to work also? Help Please


You'd be better off hooking the speakers to the RECEIVER'S speaker outputs, THEN hooking your TV audio output to an unused receiver input, such as AUX. The signals from your receiver cannot reach the TV; thus your CD player and radio will not play through the speakers if the speakers are hooked to the TV. All receiver INPUTS are designed to accept the same signal level; thus, you can use any input for your TV audio, such as Aux, DVD, CD, etc. Just remember which input you're using for the TV audio, and everything should work fine. Almost all receivers have an AUX input; hopefully yours also has a dedicated CD input to avoid confusion. The you simply select the AUX input to hear your TV through the speakers.

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I have a Kenwood KDC MP2035, it is brand new, I try listening to somehting plugged into the AUX but when i press SRC to select AUX, AUX does not show up, only TUNER and STANDBY are in the options so far


here is some thing that will help u out. AUX Input: The KDC-MP2035 is equipped with a front panel 3.5mm minijack auxiliary input for connecting external portable audio devices such as an MP3 player or Tape walkman. The receiver allows you to select between the following AUX settings.
  • Off: the source button does not scroll through the AUX input when function is turned "off"
  • Aux 1: turns on the AUX input for use
  • Aux 2: turns on the AUX input in the attenuator mode - press the attenuator button to activate sound. pleas let me no if i can help any more and dont be afraidto rate me i dont bite lol just kidding

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The aux input will not work


you must go back into the menu and turn on aux otherwise the head unit will not recognise the aux devise that you are trying to plug in

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Using Aux Input in a Pioneer AVH-5700DVD


I'm not sure what aux input you're using - but be advised that if you've plugged your mp4 player directly into the RCAs in the back that won't work - those are outputs, not inputs.

You need to use a Pioneer CD-RB10 (or CD-RB20 if you're running a cd changer, XM tuner, or any other IP-bus component) in order to get an auxiliary input.

If you've done that - you need to go to the initial settings menu and set aux input to 'on'. Instructions are in this link, page 89.

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How do I activate AUX input?


Hi Greg212,

Got your procedure out of the manual. Look below. Hope this helps you.

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Hi to you all. CAN YOU HELP ME? i have peugeot 206 and i have new kenwood CD MP3 and i also have aux input but I cant get any sound to come out at all?

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