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Keeps turning off when i turn the volume up using both usb and aux connections

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Connect a audio from the headphone socket on the player and plug it into the AUX input on the stereo system. Set the stereo to AUX, turn on the player and adjust the volume level on the stereo.

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I am trying to run a monitor using the Aux Send on a Mackie Board but even with the Master Aux Send turned up there is barely any sound coming out when I try to use my microphones. Also, I noticed that...


No there is no special cord. The aux you use for a monitor should be pre fader( that means the signal comes before the volume slider) turn the individual slider all the way down. Talk into the mike at the volume you would be singing at the loudest. Adjust the gain of that chanel up untill the clip light comes on. Now back it down so it dosent come on at your loudest. Now pick the aux you want to use. Turn it up 1/2 way, turn up the master aux send coresponding to the channel aux number 1/2 way you should get sound. If it's too loud turn it down if you need more turn it up. If you have any more questions, give me a call at the shop.

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Hi I just bought a brand new 2010 Ford Fiesta Zetec and I am having problems with the ipod connection via the usb, It all displays correctly, it shows the name of the song and how long the song has been...


You need an AUX cable in addition to the iPod USB cable. Use both cables, and you will get sound :)

The AUX looks like this: http://www.oriongadgets.com/images/3.5mm-audio-extender-male-to-male-1.jpg

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There are two ways to turn up the volume.

First the mp3 player has the volume dial turn that up all the way

Second there is a volume knob on the dewalt radio it is the black knob on top of radio on the right.

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How do you hook up your ipod through the rca cable hookups in the back without the radio still playing?


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First, you must purchase a headphone jack to RCA cable which can connect to both your stereo and your ipod.

Connect the cable, turn your ipod on and start playing a song. Turn the volume on the stereo to a moderate volume so you can hear when the song is being played through your stereo. Then, using the selector switch, turn the stereo from "Radio" to "Aux" or whatever it says next to the the RCA plug ins on the back.

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