Question about Pioneer DEH-P550MP CD Player
Problem: When attaching an MP3 Player through the (F) AUX port from the back of the system. The only volume control I get is through my MP3 player and not the actual stereo. My dad and I are trying to set this system up in his Dodge Dakota 97, we will be putting 1 Amp for the subwoofer, and 1 amp for the 6 speakers, Stock Infinity's. Any help with the volume control is greatly appreciated, as-well how to take out the stock AMP.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To change your intial settings turn off the stereo, then hold down source butten until clock starts flashing then press the function button which will allow you to turn on aux settings.
Posted on Dec 20, 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
I don't know if you have figured out how to turn the AUX port on yet, but I just figured it out. First, turn the CD Player off by quickly pushing the "Source" button. This is also the volume knob. Then, after the player is off, hold down the "Source" button. This will bring up the initial setup. Use the arrow keys to navigate through the options. One of the options is to turn the AUX port on. Once this is finished, turn the unit back on and you're ready to go.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
hold down the source button to turn off the unit (unit must be off)
now hold down the function button till it beeps once it has done this press the function button i think 3 or 4 times and you will get a message on your deck unit saying (aux - on,off) turn on and press the source button to turn the unit back on to the CD or radio now press source button2 or 3 times till Aux shows up (press means push it let it go) (hold means don't take your finger off button)
hope this solves your problem
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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