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Do they make a auxiliary input adapter for this unit so I can connect my mp3 player to it?

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Yes, it connects to the changer port..

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WHERE IS AUXILLARY PORT


The auxiliary INPUT is on the rear of the unit. Look where the power adapter plugs in. Above that is a port to accept an FM antenna. Just above THAT port is the auxiliary input jack. It is the topmost of three input jacks.

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I need directions to connect my mp3 player to my pioneer deh 3700mp car stereo


Assuming that you're not trying to connect an iPod or iPhone, you will need an additional adapter. For your particular unit, that will be a Pioneer CDRB10 Auxiliary input adapter for P-Bus receivers (approximately $40). You'll also need a stereo mini plug to RCA adapter (about $15 for a good one of around 6 ft). You'll plug this adapter into the headphone jack of your MP3 player and the RCA ends of the adapter into the RCA ends of the Pioneer CDRB10. Then for the hard part, you'll need to plug the other end of the Pioneer CDRB10 to the rear of your stereo head unit. That will mean pulling the unit out and doing some fishing so that the wires are hidden and leading to a location where you can functionally attach and detach your MP3 player.

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I want to connect my ipod to the radio


According to Apple, over 90 percent of new cars retailed in the United States are equipped with iPod connectivity.
The iPod has become such a popular device, that many car stereos are now furnished with a 30-pin dock connector cable in order to link to the portable media player.
But this built-in compatibility is not essential for connecting your iPod to your car stereo. In fact, there are numerous options for integrating your iPod with your car.
Recently manufactured vehicles can support an iPod connection through an auxiliary input.
And FM transmitters can be used to stream your iPod's audio files through an FM frequency. iPods can even be connected to much older car stereos with the use of a tape adapter.

Connect an iPod to a Car Stereo Through the Auxiliary Input
Insert an extension cable with 3.5 mm stereo connectors on each end into the headphone output of your iPod. Insert the other end of the 3.5 mm stereo connector cable into your car stereo system's auxiliary input. Press the "Aux" button on your car stereo. Turn on your iPod and select media to play. The stereo will now stream audio from your iPod. b> Connect an iPod to a Car Stereo With an FM Transmitter Insert the FM transmitter into the 30-pin dock connector of your iPod. Turn on your iPod to activate the FM transmitter. Select the FM frequency you want your device to stream audio to on your car stereo. Turn on the car stereo and tune it to the same FM frequency as the FM transmitter attached to your iPod. The stereo will now stream audio from your iPod. b> Connect an iPod to a Car Stereo With a Cassette Adapter Plug the jack connector of the cassette adapter into the headphone output of your iPod. Insert the cassette into the car stereo. Turn on your iPod and select media to play. The stereo will now stream audio from your iPod.

http://www.apple.com/ipod/car-integration/ http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1865467,00.asp

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How do I use my mp3 player with my stereo player? I plugged the adapter cord into the earphone hole,no sound came out of the player


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When you plug the adapter cord into your earphone hole make sure that your stereo player is set to auxiliary mode( AUX mode).If you do not set it to auxiliary mode you will not hear any sound,also make sure that the other end of the adapter cord is plugged in properly to the AV input (not output of the stereo player).

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Barely hear music from ipod when connected in aux Alpine CDA9835


Turn Vol up on i-pod.Go to full,then back a bit. Good luck!

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Jensen cd 2610 aux input has little volume


first of all the rca jacks in the back of your radio are for plugging in an amp, not your mp3 player. there should be an auxiliary jack(looks like a headphones jack) in the front of the head unit. if there is no auxiliary jack in the front then you will have to go buy a new head unit with an auxiliary jack.

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How can i connect an mp3 player on my Power Acoustik PTID-4007


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  • Front-panel auxiliary input: Mini USB input and SD Card slot
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The aux rear a/v input should do the trick.
If it is a component (RCA) type input, you will need a Male 3.5mm to dual Male RCA adapter.
If it is a 3.5mm input, a Male 3.5mm on each end.

I believe you will need the Dual RCA (red/wht) to 3.5mm cable.
The Audio inputs are purple RCAs on the back of your head unit.

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Where is the auxillary input jack jensen mp5720


the auxiliary input is the 2 RCA cables dongling out of the rear of the unit , you can get an adaptor to turn them into a jack , or an adapter cable for your ipod to jack into the rca inputs .

Jan 02, 2009 | Jensen MP5720 CD Player

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Linking an i pod to a Sony CDX-MP40 using the bus input terminal


Some Sony head units let you use the Bus audio inputs as an auxiliary source input, but yours is not among them. To play your iPod through the head unit, you'll either need an iPod interface module: http://www.xplodsony.com/xplod/accessories/XA-110IP or an auxiliary input module: http://www.xplodsony.com/xplod/accessories/XA-300 The iPod interface will allow you to control and display the iPod directly through the head unit, while an auxiliary input adapter will allow the iPod to play through the head unit using the iPod's controls and display.

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