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Trying to plug in an mp3 player to aux jack in back but no sound. is it even used for that?

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Yes the auxilary jack port can be used for mp3 players
I know this sounds stupid, but try pressing the source button until the display says 'AUX'
Hope this helps

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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    ametoxen81 Jul 24, 2012

    i have the same problem but it is on 'AUX' and the sound is very low. how can i solve this issue?

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