Question about Panasonic CQ-HR1003U CD Player
I can't find the aux plug on my panasonic cq-hr1003u radio to plug my iPod in
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CQ RDP162N
i can get a general wiring diagram for now need to look into it sum more
Typical Head Unit Wire Harness Function Typical Wire Colors Memory / Constant 12V(+) Yellow Switch / Accessory Red Ground Black Illumination Orange/White Antenna Remote Blue Amp Remote Blue/White Left Front (+) White Left Front (-) White/Black Right Front (+) Grey Right Front (-) Grey/Black Left Rear (+) Green Left Rear (-) Green/Black Right Rear (+) Violet Right Rear (-) Violet/Black
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
You need to get the Direct Cable for iPod® (CA-DC300U) from panasonic. This allows you to plug in and control your ipod from your headunit. There is also the expansion module (CY-EM100U), however I am not sure if this is necessary if you have the Direct Cable. The Direct Cable might plug directly into the back of the headunit without the need for the expansion module. Check with the company before purchasing one or both. If the direct cable requires the expansion module, then get both, however, I think the direct cable works independent from the expansion module. Again, contact the company about this. The expansion module also lets you plug your ipod as well as other devices into your headunit, however I don't think it allows you to control them via the unit. I think if you want to control the ipod from your headunit, you just need the Direct Cable for Ipod®.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
I'm pretty sure that there are RCA jacks in the back of the unit for the aux input. Don't have my owners manual so can't really say, but if there is an aux input, there is sure to be some RCA jacks in the back. So if you take the stereo out, look for those jacks then attach a 1/8 "Y" connector. Then route that wire to the front. Then you'll have something to connect your mp3 player to. =)
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
SOURCE: using an ipod with CQ-DFX403U
This is the link to your units pdf manual. It also covers a 7 series model which does have "Aux in" Your unit does not. You do have the capability to add a cd changer via the link on the back of the deck but it is Not an auxillary input. Now, it is correct that you could use a FM modulator running thru the tuner on 87.1 or 89.1. I think the confusion on this unit was a quick glance at the manual. It does have an "audio in" but it is specific to the panasonic disc changer and triggered thru the changer din cord. which is why you see no "Aux" on the display nor hear any audio. If you look at page 5 in the pdf version of the manual it states that the 403 does "Not" have aux in. The manual reads tricky on the other pages, sounding and looking like they are detailing the 403 when in fact the example is the 783. At the moment I can't think of a "good fix" for this pickle. I'll noodle it thru and if I can get you a solid way to make this do what you wish without lots of signal loss I'll post another comment. Hope this helps explain what's happened.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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