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Aux sound problem

I just hooked up an XM radio to the aux using a cable wich hat the to red and white plugs on one side and a headphone type plug on the other. I turned on the aux setting in the menu. I get sound under the aux setting but I can't controle the volume. I also can't adjust the levels. Is there something else I need to set to gain control of the sound? Maybe I used the wrong cable. Also when I change to cd or radio I can still hear the XM radio.
Thanks for your help,
David

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  • loki4711 Feb 21, 2008

    thanks for your help

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It sounds like you've connected to the front or rear audio RCA output.

Pioneer CD players generally don't have a direct auxiliary input like that - what you'll have to do is get a CD-RB10 adapter(it plugs into the CD changer connector on the back, and your cable would plug into that).

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