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Are you sure you are going into a phono preamp? Turntables cannot work correctly if connected to the receiver's aux or tape input as they require much more volume boost which the phono input privides. Not many newer receivers have a phono input but an external phono preamp can be added (usually under $20)
Yes, you'll need a 3.5 mm audio cable (PC audio) with M/M ends. Connect the cable between the headphone jack of the Next Book and the Aux Input of the Rave speaker. The Aux Input jack on the speaker is between the charging port and the On/Off switch. The headphone jack is between the power button and the DC Power Input port on some Next Book models; you should check your unit's documentation for the exact location. Only the volume controls on the Rave speaker will work. You'll need to select tracks and press Play/Pause on the Next Book.
what type of input does your radio have? if its a head phone jack input just get a headphone to headphone jack wire from radioshack and plug one end into you ipod and the other into the radio, set your radio to aux and your ipods volume to 70-80%. if its an rca input, it exactly the same but you will need an rca to headphone jack wire. if its usb, just use the cable that came with you ipod.
Do not connect your PC output to the Phono input, it is a mismatch. Thye output from the PC will be "line level" or the same level as tape input, aux input, CD input etc. The phono input line contains an extra stage of amplification required for turntables. If you attempt to use that input, you will fry it. Any of the other inputs on the receiver will work for you.
1-connection with the input devices or connection of speakers cables is faulty.
2-the input source do not match with receiver.
3-master volume is turned too low.
4-mute mode is set.
5-headphone are connected.
6-selection of input source is wrong.
7- no digital signal in input.
Hello, when I insert a CD (normally purchased) into my Fiat Punto Grande stereo it displays "CD ERROR", ejects the CD then displays "AUX" (the tuner still works). I would be grateful if anyone has any idea what the problem is, thank you.
Your problem stems from the fact that the CDA-7892 is not equipped with an RCA aux-input jack. If you're plugged into RCA connectors at the back of the head unit, they're outputs, not inputs. The sound you hear is just feeding back through the outputs and into the head unit's amplifier.
If you want to play your iPod through this head unit, you need to purchase either the auxiliary input adapter (KCA-121B) or iPod adapter (KCA-420i).