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Pioneer DEH P3700MP Auxiliary issues

I've got everything hooked up, my 3.5mm cable for my iPod to plug into the auxiliary port on the back of the head unit. Have source set to AUX but im not getting any sound out of it. Not sure why that is happening but any help would be appreciated!

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SOURCE: aux

there is an interconnector to connect this unit to the aux source (CD-RB20/CD-RB10)(sold seperately).
After connecting, press SOURCE until AUX appears in the display.
Press "play" on your ipod.
i sincerely hope this answers your question.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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SOURCE: aux problem

it has nothing to do with the input...just press src until you get to standby then hold menu until the menu is displayed. toggle down to aux then toggle right to turn it on...hit menu to save and youre all set, the aux will appear when go through the source menu.

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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SOURCE: pioneer DEH-P780MP

turn your head unit off, hold the function button and the functions menu to toggle the aux issue will pop up. its like an "off" function setting

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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SOURCE: THe radio doesn't recognise the AUX connection

While you may read over a million answers to this problem, try this one first:

With the KEY ON, POWER THE UNIT OFF, by pushing the volume button IN for 3 seconds.
After power is off and key is STILL ON, press and hold the volume button AGAIN for 3 FULL SECONDS. The elusive "Initial" settings should reappear at this point. press function to navigate the INITIAL SETTINGS to turn on AUX1 or AUX2, and even to set the clock...

To get out of INITIAL SETTINGS, simply press again for THREE SECONDS, or press "BAND" to "escape"...

I hope this helps.
Scott

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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SOURCE: ipod worked with my pioneer deh-p3700mp before

this works on some other pioneer head units i encountered it may work on yours.
Shut it off and hold the function button until the options appear then you can scroll through and change a bunch of settings including the aux input

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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