You need to switch the aux function back on and to do this you need to turn the radio on to standby and press and hold the menu button for a few seconds and then use the toggle switch on the right side of the fascia to get to aux and then flick the switch forward to switch the aux on
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This particular model is advertised as being "made for iPod," but this claim is a bit misleading. Most decks advertised this way mean "iPod ready," but require you to purchase an additional accessory to use that functionality.
In the case of the KDC-MP439, you can use your iPod with the deck by connecting the iPod to the AUX connection on the right side of the faceplate. Making this connection will require you to purchase a cord with 3.5mm male audio connectors on both ends (it's the same connector on your headphones that plugs into the iPod's headphone jack, only you'll need one with that connector on both ends of the cord).
If you'd like to take advantage of the wireless Bluetooth functionality of the iPod, you will need an iPod Touch (2G, 3G, or 4G versions) and the Kenwood accessory KCA-BT100. This component adds hands-free Bluetooth functionality to your stereo. You can find this module at many locations in a range of prices. For example, eBay has them for prices as low as $39.99 (may be a minimum bid for an auction-type listing; be sure to check the listing type if you go this route). Online retailers seem to vary between $99.99 and $150 or so. These will include a manual that should provide instructions for pairing your iPod with the stereo unit.
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well first off have you thought about getting a CD deck that has AUX input so you can hook up your MP3 to the deck by an AUX cable. as far as the tape player running slow i would say it needs to be cleaned by a professional because the little rubber belt may be going bad also. If you want to go to a AUX CD deck look at crutchfield.com or go to an authorized kenwood dealer in your area and look for the kenwood KDC-MP245. Going through the AUX instead of tape would sound a little bit better and if you want to go a bit better than the AUX then you should go to the KDC-HD545U. The KDC-MP245 is $99.99 before shipping and the KDC-HD545U is $169.99 before shipping. I hope I answered your question and please vote and leave high marks. Thank you very much.
Im not sure if this will work but you can give it a try. On pioneer stereos, when the aux is not an option you have to turn the power off and hold the function key to get into the stereo's "options" menu and from there you can turn it on. Good Luck.
it should be in aux try to press source buton and see if that is an option if not an alternative is to hook it up on the back of the cd player in the audio in or aux or aux 2 using a wire adapter from walmart in the car sterio section
hi i just had same problem . Its because the steroes aux port is not switched on as default. I downloaded the pdf manual for free and went through the steps .Unit has to be in standby mode then hold the menu button down untill the menu appears select aux then turn it to either off aux1 or aux 2 and that fixed the problem for me :) goodluck
here is some thing that will help u out.
AUX Input: The KDC-MP2035 is equipped with a front panel 3.5mm minijack auxiliary input for connecting external portable audio devices such as an MP3 player or Tape walkman. The receiver allows you to select between the following AUX settings.
Off: the source button does not scroll through the AUX input when function is turned "off"
Aux 1: turns on the AUX input for use
Aux 2: turns on the AUX input in the attenuator mode - press the attenuator button to activate sound. pleas let me no if i can help any more and dont be afraidto rate me i dont bite lol just kidding