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It is an auxiliary input used to connect mp3 players, or anything that can connect with that type of cable, so you can play them through your car radio.
All you do is determine the type of cord you need, (usually 1/8" phono
plug), and connect it from your device to the radio. Then you tune the
radio to the AUX input.
How did you "connect" an Ipod to the receiver? If you plugged in RCAs then you were probably plugging into the pre-amp outputs of the stereo. There is an aux option from pioneer (CDRB10) which plugs into the blue squarish plug on the back. I think its a CDRB20 if you ever wanted to add a CD changer as well.
This is different on every stereo, but generally the RCA ports in the back of the stereo are labeled "Aux" or something to that extent.
First, you must purchase a headphone jack to RCA cable which can connect to both your stereo and your ipod.
Connect the cable, turn your ipod on and start playing a song. Turn the volume on the stereo to a moderate volume so you can hear when the song is being played through your stereo. Then, using the selector switch, turn the stereo from "Radio" to "Aux" or whatever it says next to the the RCA plug ins on the back.
There is either a headphone size jack on the back labeled aux or a blue square plug. If it is the headphone jack then you need a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable. But if I remember right you have the blue plug and need to buy the auxillary adapter. Then you need a 3.5mm to rca cable. The outputs are only outputs not inputs. Turning the Aux on in the menu does bring it under Source now.
I"LL SUGGEST U FIRST TRY TO FIX THE AUX INPUTS. CONFIRM WHETHER "AUX IN " IS "ON" or "OFF" .PRESS "SRC" SWITCH UNTIL "AUX 1" or "AUX 2" APPEARS ON DISPLAY. SELECT IT "ON".NOW HOPE FULLY THE CD PLAYER SHOULD PLAY.