Question about Pioneer DEH-65BT CD Receiver with Bluetooth, MIXTRAX, Pandora and iPod
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Auxillary mode: can't get to it!
did your battery die after you installed cd player or did it die because of some other reason. please first confirm this since wrong connections are the biggest culprit .best of luck.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
the only way here is (1)either route the audio signal of ipod through an amplifier OR(2)turn up the volume on your ipod so that the amplifier in the stereo gets a higher voltage to work with ,resulting in a higher output.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
The newest versions of the Iphone uses USB charging only, while older generations of (any) Ipods used firewire for charging. First generation Iphone and Ipod Touch could be charged with either method. Most docks historically used the firewire charging method, making them incompatible with all but 1st generation Iphones. You need a new cable/charger that charges with the USB method.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
you have to turn the AUX input on through the function menu which can be accessed by following these steps
1. with the unit on. press and hold the source button unitl the unit turns of (or goes into demo mode, which is fine)
2. depending on the model that you have, you will have to press and hold the
(volume button or the audio button), until a menu is displayed.
3 . toggle through until you find AUX 1 and AUX 2. i would turn them both on and see which one you have plugged into, then you can go back and turn the other off.
4. once you have change it to ON. press the source button to turn on. the aux option should now be in your source options.
5. also, while on AUX, you can go into the audio settings and turn up the SLA (sound level adjustment) to +4
hope this helps
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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