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Trying to install i-pod adapter CD-IB100

I have a Pioneer DEH-7800MP head unit and am attempting to install i-pod adatper. I have found that the GEX-P910XM controller for XM is already using the IP bus adapter port on the back of the head unit.

Is there any way to connect both accessories so I have XM and I-pod?

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Re: Trying to install i-pod adapter CD-IB100

Go on crutchfield. It's called a passthrough which will allow you to have both items.

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