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Does Sony CDX 270 CD/car radio require rear pin connections as plug and loom missing?

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SOURCE: aux input for sony car stereo (cdx c 5000r)

For Sony Stereos, you will need to get what is called a Bus Converter. The RCA ports you are trying to use are for a CD changer or alternate device like satellite or HD radio, and those have to have some sort of frequency signal to even be selected. You can find a Bus Converter that will allow you to use this as an Auxiliary input. The device you are looking for is called a Sony XA 300, and it will allow you Two extra Aux Inputs, I believe.

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SOURCE: iPOD to Sony Xplod CDX-S2000 CD-R/RW EQ3

you car stereo doesnt have any aux inputs you can check up more on this site

http://www.crutchfield.com/p_158S2000/Sony-CDX-S2000.html?tp=5684&tab=features_and_specs

the rca inputs are for a pre amp or an amplifier


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A Sony CDX-S2000 would be using the below listed wiring:
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