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IPod compatibility with Pioneer head unit

I'm wondering if iPod nano (2nd gen) is compatible with Pioneer 4900 head unit with iPod cable. The pioneer unit says compatible with 3rd gen ipods w/dock connector but nothing about nanos

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if theres a spot in the front or the back that looks like headphone slot go to like walmart and look in the section that has music and look for like a double ended headphone wire. its the end that you plug into the ipod

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SOURCE: Pioneer DEH-P5750MP Car CD Player

you need a adaptor thr nunber cd-1b100 the adaptor simplyfy varios function playlist genre artis ect cheers

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SOURCE: RCA Inputs for Pioneer AVM P100

An I-Pod connection box connects to the RCA inputs and the IP-BUS connection.

Here is a picture from the AVM P7000R manual showing the connections the IP-BUS lead is marked by the red square.

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The cable looks like this -->

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Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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SOURCE: ipod will not play video to my head unit AVH P5900DVD

ok for the first post with the ipod not showing video .. make sure that you have the correct cable running from behind the deck to the ipod .. (iPod Direct Control (CD-I200 Required) once you have that connected you need to go to the video settings of your ipod and turn on the video out .. by default its offf... also remember with movies on your ipod .. that has to be manually selected from the ipod itself .. you cant control the videos from the pioneer unit.. only the audio/music on your ipod can be selected from the pioneer unit..

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