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You have to have the Auxillary cable plugged into the radio, and have it plugged into your device (ipod, phone, mp3 player) then hit the source button until you see Aux, then you have to start the music on your ipod or whatever your using and it will play through the car speakers
usualy means the ipod, or the software in the ipod is not compatable with the kenwood. easiest way to check, is to find someone with a new model ipod and plug it in, if it works, the problem is with your ipod, not the kenwood. If you go online and download the most recent software to your Ipod, this may fix it. If you don't know how to do this, take your Ipod to Best buy, they will download the newest software to your Ipod fairly cheap.
thats a special cable that you plug in to the ipod and to your radio, there is some wireless solutions but i dont recomend you re not gonna have good quality sound with it, you can fid it in best buy walmart and radio shack
iPod Adapter Compatible: Using the KCA-iP500 iPod Control Interface, you can connect your Apple iPod digital music player to this receiver. The interface (item # 113IP500) plugs into the receiver's 13-pin CD changer input and controls the iPod through the receiver's controls, as well as displays the iPod's text information right on the receiver's display.
The 890 doesn't support iPod control via USB. You can only read plain data storage devices on the USB port, such as a flash drive or portable hard drive. When you plug the iPod in (to a PC or the 890), it doesn't show up as a plain file storage device. Some of the newer Kenwoods do offer direct iPod control via USB. These ones have more "smarts" and are able to properly talk to the iPod and access its music. For the older models, you'll need to buy the special iPod interface, which accesses the iPod like a CD changer.