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The sound wont come out from my ipod touch when i use the usb port on my dnx6140 but the songs will display on the head unit screen...

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On the newer kenwood model screens you have to buy the ipod cable for audio to function. which is the KCA-IP301v. i have attached a link with some info

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=9231413&st=kenwood+ipod+&type=product&id=1218063828720

although the ipods will not give audio by directly plugging it into the usb port, an usb drive will. if you look at the picture in the link, you will notice the audio/video jacks that are separate from the usb.

hope this helps

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