Question about Car Audio & Video
Here's the deal. Kenwood's manual that comes with the car says there is an input in the back where a cd changer would go that can accept a ca-c2ax aux plug that will convert to the 3.5 mm plug so you can play mp3 players. Since this didn't have an AUX input built in I suppose this could be the only option. Kenwood tech support claims hyundai disabled that feauture on the radio, but I don't see how. I bought the plug and have yet to take apart my dash, which brings me to another question on how to take my dash apart to get the radio out? I want to know if anyone has tinkered with this factory sat radio and had success adding an aux plug into it for mp3 player action? Also, a quick how to do about accessing the radio will help. I read that the ashtray comes out then you have to pull out the panel from that section. Is that true? Help...please thanks guys!
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Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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