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I need a 1/8 in auxillary input jack for Sangean Model WR2 and I have a short in the coax antenna input. Can you help me?

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go to VCR, OR DVD player. Use channel selection there.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Antenna input shorted

contact garmin sounds like a defective unit

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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SOURCE: unable to select auxillary input

its xm ready shouldnt need to use rcazzz

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Man...you have no idea what a job this is! Go to a car stereo shop and pay somebody to do it!
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SOURCE: I have no CD changer and want to use this audio

Any audio source with 3.5mm out jack can be connected to this input, eg. cd player, ipods, cellphones etc.

Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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WHERE IS AUXILLARY PORT


The auxiliary INPUT is on the rear of the unit. Look where the power adapter plugs in. Above that is a port to accept an FM antenna. Just above THAT port is the auxiliary input jack. It is the topmost of three input jacks.

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In between your composite inputs and audio inputs on the back, there should be a coax plug that says antenna/cable. Plug it in there and you should be good.

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Hello my car is equipped with a Sony CDX-L410X head unit and i want to be able to connect my ipod directly to the head unit. the head unit does not have an aux or usb port on the front does it have an...


Hello! Maybe I can help with your question. This model headunit does not support ipod control. It does not have rear or front inputs via 1/8mm jack that you could use the headphone output. You only have a couple of options here. First would be to purchase a wireless fm modulator that would transmit the ipod output through your cars antenna. (i.e. set the radio to 88.1, 88.3, etc) These can be purchased at Radio Shack, Wal-Mart, etc. The only other option would be to replace the headunit with a compatable unit. We sell a Kenwood for $139 that has a front USB port as well as the aux input. The USB on this unit reads droid phones and ipod. That model number is KDC-248U. Hope this helped! Good luck with your venture!

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Have Sony VCR model SLV-N80/N70 . Cannot get it to record using Samsung TV model SLV-N80,N70.


The television has nothing to do with recording. It is only required for playback. There are a number of possibilities depending on what equipment you have. Do you have cable, satellite, antenna? Your signal source has to be connected to the VCR either through the cable connector, or RCA video jacks.
If you have straight cable, connect the cable to the "ant in" connector on the VCR. The VCRs tuner will select the channel you want to record. If you are on antenna, you will need a Digital set top box (STB) to receive any channels.
If you have a satellite, cable box or digital STB, you must go from the output of the box to the input of the VCR. You can use the standard coax cable,but I would recommend using the audio/video cables for better quality. If using coax, the VCR will have to be set to either channel 3 or 4, depending on the boxes output setting. Using A/V jacks, the VCR will be set to "Line" or "Video" input.

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CT-32SL 13 antenna busted off, how can we hook up


you can use your rca connectors for your cable if your cable box have rca all you need is rca jacks if you don't have a box and all you have is the coax , then you can use a vcr or a dvd with coax input and rca output "hope i explain this right {" tv-----rca's--2---rca jack output vcr ---coax input ---hook up coax CABLE

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Poor reception. Changed the radio with another of the same model. Reception is still poor. Must be an antenna problem. How do I go about replacing the antenna and coax?


1. Disconnect negative side of battery.
2. Wait at least 2-minutes to de-energize the airbag system
3. Remove the glove box from the dash.
4. There will be a coax cable towards the top of the opening. Disconnect the antenna cable lead.
5. Remove the right kick trim panel. There should be no screws just clips.
6. Loosen the rubber grommet insulator from the door hinge area. This is a rubber accordian style guard for wires located between the "A" pillar and the door.
7. Pull the antenna cable out of the dash area to the hinge area.
8. Jack up the front right of the vehicle. Support with Jack Stands. Do not use only the Jack! Use the jack as a back-up in case of Jack Stand failure.
9. Remove the right front tire.
10. Remove the right front wheel housing splash shield. There should be 3-push type retainers and one 10 mm bolt below the bumper.
11. Slide the plastic cover (on the base) up on the antenna mast.
12. Use a open end wrench to unscrew the antenna mast at the base and remove the antenna mast.
13. Remove the plastic cap from the base nut on the base and remove the base nut.
14. From underneath the fender: pull down the antenna base. And pull the cable towards you - out from the door hinge area into the fender area.
Good Luck! Installation is reverse of above.
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I have a Cobra 29 LTD CB radio, when I hooked it up it will light up but sound and also the signal meter is not moving and it won?t tramit or receive. Yes the mic is hookup.


There may be an issue with the coax, antenna, connections, settings or a combination of them all.

Set the radio to AM, a channel of your choice, volume to just under 1/2 way, squelch to off or fully CCW. Make there is no plug in the ext speaker jack. If there is still no sound, try connecting an external speaker and try again.

Carefully check all connections for tightness and inspect the coax cable for evidence of being crushed, pinched, cut and jacket damage that could allow water to enter. Replace the coax cable if any of the mentioned problems are found.

Inspect the point that the antenna is connected to the mount / coax cable. It is not unusual for this area to become oxidized due to exposure to weather. Thoroughly clean or replace parts that can not be cleaned up.

Check the antenna for damage. If "higher than rated power" has been introduced to the antenna, it has likely failed, and will require replacement. Since CB is limited to 4W AM and 12W SSB, most antennas are rated for 25W or less.

You should obtain and connect an SWR meter with a short length of coax cable between the radio and the antenna. The meter should be rated for the frequency range of the transmitter - in this case, HF or 27Mhz (11 meters). Tune the antenna for lowest SWR over the range of frequencies by physically lengthening or shortening the whip in the base in 1/8" increments.

I hope this helps!

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No sound


Steve make sure that the coax is connected to the output on the DVD/VCR and to the TV's cable or antenna input. This should give you picture and sound on CH 3. If you use RCA jacks you must also use the yellow video plug as well on the same input on the TV as well as on the DVD to get both picture and sound to the tv. The place yoou put the RCA's on the TV will determine where the image will be displayed e.g. if connected to VIDEO 1 on TV YOU MUST CHANGE THE TV TO THE INPUT NAMED AUDIO 1. You can do this by using the input or source button on the remote control for the tv or go into the tv's menu and perform the task that way. I hope this helps you resolve the issue. Thanks for using Fix Ya and let me know if I can be of more assistance.

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Trying to hook up your DV220SL8 DVD/CD Video Cassette Recorder. I have an antenna coming in coax but there are no places to plug any of the jacks on the tv.


There are two ways of solving this problem
1.It seems to me that you need an RF Modulator Box. What this does is convert the RCA cables (Yellow,White,Red cables) into coax. You buy the box then plug you antenna and RCA cables into the box. The box has a coax output that goes to your TV. You can then switch from VCR\DVD to antenna.

2. I dont know if your VCR/DVD has it but try hooking up your antenna to the VCR coax INPUT and then hook up your TV to the coax OUTPUT. Both Coax INPUT and Coax OUTPUT should be on the back of the VCR/DVD device. Your going to need an extra Coax wire for this.

Hope this helps

Thanks for reading!

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Installing DVD player/RF Modulator with Star Choice


The RF modulator probably had a red, white, yellow trio of RCA jacks (A/V jacks), a coax jack marked "antenna" and another coax jack marked "TV"

Putting the DVD output to the A/V jacks allowed it to play out to the TV, which couldn't otherwise accept the DVD player.

The satellite box probably has coax and a/v jacks as output. Use the coax as output to the antenna input of the RF modulator, and the A/V jacks of the DVD player to the A/V jacks of the RF modulator. Hopefully the modulator allows the A/V jacks to have priority over the coax input, so that when the DVD plays it "wins"

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