Question about Alpine CDA-9851 CD Player
I have the Alpine CDA-9851 player with the adapter for playing external sources, such as Ipods or mp3 players. Both were purchased at Crutchfield.
I cannot get the external source to play through the Alpine and manual is vague at best.
If so, could I plug the audio output of my laptop in as well?
All suggestions are welcome!
Thanks in advance,
You have to switch your decks source to AUX and it should work fine. If not you may have a bum player with a bad input.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
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