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AUX to work

I need to find the AUX so i can play my mp3 or ipod but i cant find it please help?

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  • alex_maya21 Jun 21, 2009

    yea but the thin is that i connected it on the back already but i used the cable that had the red and white plugs you know? n the other side was just black n that one fit the mp3 fine. so i was wondering how you can get it to play now, like does it have to be on the radio or cd?

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Hello alex_maya21,

The AUX input on your CDE-9845 is on the back of the receiver. To use it, you need a cable with the appropriate connectors on each end. The receiver end needs to be a standard "mini plug" and the device end needs to match the output connector on your mp3 or iPod. There are many commercially available cables that you can plug in and run the device end under the dash to a convenient location. Almost any car audio retailer will have the correct cable or you can order one online from www.crutchfield.com.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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    Ronny Brite Jun 21, 2009

    Hello again alex_maya21,



    The connectors you seem to be describing appear to be RCA type and are preamp outputs, not inputs. The AUX connector is a single small round jack just to the left of the wiring harness connector.



    After you have the MP3 player properly attached, you need to set "AUX IN ON" and then select "AUX" by repeatedly pressing the "SOURCE/POWER" button until the display reads "AUX.

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SOURCE: cant find aux conection for ipod function

there is no direct input on this until. although you can purchase the aux input cable from the link i have posted which will allow you to plug in rca's into the rear. after purchasing2.gif this cable, you will have to turn on the aux option in the menu. which you may want to make sure that you can do beffore you order it.

1.with the power on, hold the source button until the until turns off
2. hold the audio button until a menu is opened. (hold function if audio doesn't work)
3. scroll through until you find the aux option and turn it on.
4. turn on the radio2.gif and scroll through the sources and make sure it is there.
5. buy cable and headphone to rca cable2.gif

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=7710943&st=ip+bus+aux&lp=4&type=product&cp=1&id=1138086437269
or you can order the direct ipod adapter made by pioneer, which will let you control the ipod directly from the head unit itself. whichever you prefer http://www.google.com/products/catalog?hl=en&source=hp&q=pioneer+ipod&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=9877805020289826524&ei=_vPKSpzyKYe4NrzrpPMH&sa=X&oi=product_catalog_result&ct=result&resnum=1#ps-sellers

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