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How do you use aux jacks on back of radio

Pluged t.v. audio to back of radio can hear but stero plays also

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    do you have the reviever set to "AUX" input? check the owner guide.

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The aux on the back are usually outputs for amps and subs. If there IS and aux in, it is usually on the front panel and accepts a mini stereo plug.

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