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There is an Aux input on the B & O. you can connect the I-pod to through this input. You will need a 3.5mm phono to 2 RCA cable connector. The phono jack goes to the I-pods headphone socket and the RCA ( Red & White ) jacks goes to the B & O Aux input.
Shut the radio off. Touch top right of screen. Once done, hit AV Menue. Initial Setup. AUX1. Switch to Ipod. Once done should work. If not make sure the 3mm jack is plugged into the aux input into the back.
I think the red/white RCA plugs on the back of the CDE-7858 are outputs for the sub-woofer -- they won't work for aux inputs like iPod. According to Alpine dealers, the 7858 will not accept an aux input -- bummer, I had the same desire. R, Jim
Yes you can connect your i-pod to your sa-ht 930. You can buy a connection at Walmart for $5 bucks or you can go to Tareget and buy a monster connection for about $25 bucks. I bought the monster connection and works great. All you have to do is connect it to the AUX in the back to the white and red jack in put. Once you connect it change the input selector to AUX and you're ready to go.
with the unit in standby, press the menu key, use the joystick control to choose aux, and set the aux option to "on"...then press menu again to save...when you next switch on the unit, using the SRC button you can cycle through the available options...cd - tuner - aux..etc etc
Make sure you have an input Video signal on that Yamaha Reciever (exa. DVD, Cable box, etc...) then choose the right input selection on ur receiver (Video1, Video2, AUX, etc..), then connect ur TV on the receiver Monitor Video out. And put your TV on the right VIDEO input too (Video1, Video2, AUX, etc..). Goodluck