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You must make sure where you plug in on the radio side is Aux input, most Radio Aux is at the front or come with special connector if it is at the back. Mostly radio back come with RCA is for Line out not Aux in.
You must have a aux input on the RCA. Get a patch cord from radio shack that will patch your ipod to the RCA. They will help you if needed. If you need order online Radio Shack is an authorized dealer of ipod. You can call and ask Questions 1800 843 7422
This is different on every stereo, but generally the RCA ports in the back of the stereo are labeled "Aux" or something to that extent.
First, you must purchase a headphone jack to RCA cable which can connect to both your stereo and your ipod.
Connect the cable, turn your ipod on and start playing a song. Turn the volume on the stereo to a moderate volume so you can hear when the song is being played through your stereo. Then, using the selector switch, turn the stereo from "Radio" to "Aux" or whatever it says next to the the RCA plug ins on the back.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse with the Rockford Fosgate premium audio system does not actually have an aux plug. When you are scrolling through the sources, one of them listed is an AUX. This implies that there is a headphone jack somewhere in the vehicle where you can plug an iPod into and play it through the system. The port, however, was never actually installed on all pre-2009 eclipses.
The only way to access this feature of the stereo is to obtain an AUX cable from the mitsubishi dealer, which will be a wire harness that connects to the back of the head unit and provides an additional AUX port cable allowing you to plug in your iPod. You can talk to your local mitsubishi dealer about the cable, from what I hear, its rather expensive, and then go to best buy, somewhere similar, to have them install it.
Try going through the menus and finding a place where you can adjust the aux level(volume) on my sony it has to be all the way up to match the output of the radio and cd functions-also my mp3 volume has to be up bout 1/4 to even hear it but when i turn it up it really goes then-i dont know if that helps but good luck
first off you need to make sure that the factiry head unit has a aux drive or if the aftermarket has one as well if it does just set head unit to aux plug it in and play music if it doesnt you will need a new head unit that has aux input. if your car has one it could be on the radio face or the back could be very difficult to pull the radio refer to your manual on how to do that
Possible, but if your iPod is playing through an aux input, it is just gonna be analog audio through a headphone jack. Basically, if you have sound through headphones, then you can pipe that into any source unit. What radio do you have (brand and model number)? some radios have menus that require that you first turn on "Aux" before you'll hear any audio through it. Depending on brand and model, some units have "Aux1" and "Aux2".
There is a RCA cable that comes off the back of the radio and also another cable for 3.5mm (mini-stereo jack) that also comes off the back of the radio. The RCA jacks can be used for "AUX" or "Sub-woofer" and the 3.5mm jack is just for "AUX". Your ipod can use the audio output jack or the headphone jack and plug that into the 3.5 mm jack on the back of the radio. You will need a "3.5mm male" to "3.5mm male" stereo cord that can be purchased at Radio Shack or Best Buy. Then you select "AUX" on the display with the source button to listen to it. You may need to go into the menu and activate the "AUX" input. Check your owners manual for details.
Hi, I have the Panasonic SA-EN9, and if you plug your mp3 player (I have and ipod) into the auxiliary socket you should be able to play it by pressing the AUX button on the remote provided.
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Your problem stems from the fact that the CDA-7892 is not equipped with an RCA aux-input jack. If you're plugged into RCA connectors at the back of the head unit, they're outputs, not inputs. The sound you hear is just feeding back through the outputs and into the head unit's amplifier.
If you want to play your iPod through this head unit, you need to purchase either the auxiliary input adapter (KCA-121B) or iPod adapter (KCA-420i).