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Crutchfield sells these for about $20, and they plug into the jack on the rear of the radio. The jacks on the cables attached to the radio are preamp outputs - not inputs; and will not work as an input.
Here's a link to the manual (free download). Good luck!
Hi, An auxiliary input allows you to select an external source and play it through the cd player's amplifier. It's often used for iPods and MP-3 players. Typically you just need an inexpensive patch cable that connects the headphone output from your portable player to the input on the CD player. After that you can select "AUX" as another source like CD or Tuner, and whatever's playing on the portable unit will be heard through the speakers. Auxiliary inputs can be on the front or the rear of the CD player. Front aux inputs are typically 3.5mm stereo plugs, similar to a small headphone jack. Rear aux inputs can be RCA jacks or a 3.5mm jack. If you have a CD player with a rear aux input, a cable needs to be connected at the time of installation. Then the other end can be routed to whatever location in the vehicle you want to keep your portable player while you're using it with the CD player. Front aux jacks are more convenient for quick connecting/disconnecting the portable player, but they tend to wear out over time. Let us know if you have somethin more to ask else accept the suggestion. Thank You for contacting Fixya
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.
you can play the video on your player, and see to it if there is an input jack at the back of your unit, such as rca jack,mini jack or special connector , and try to set the menu botton if there is an input selector.
here is some thing that will help u out.
AUX Input: The KDC-MP2035 is equipped with a front panel 3.5mm minijack auxiliary input for connecting external portable audio devices such as an MP3 player or Tape walkman. The receiver allows you to select between the following AUX settings.
Off: the source button does not scroll through the AUX input when function is turned "off"
Aux 1: turns on the AUX input for use
Aux 2: turns on the AUX input in the attenuator mode - press the attenuator button to activate sound. pleas let me no if i can help any more and dont be afraidto rate me i dont bite lol just kidding
You shouldn't need to connect your PS2 to your cable box. Both are video signal sources.
However, some cable boxes do have aux or line inputs. In that case you would connect the yellow, red and white plugs from the PS2 AV cable to your cable box's yellow, red and white inputs. Make sure the jacks you plug in to are labelled input or in, otherwise they're outputs and they won't work.
it has nothing to do with the input...just press src until you get to standby then hold menu until the menu is displayed. toggle down to aux then toggle right to turn it on...hit menu to save and youre all set, the aux will appear when go through the source menu.
Are you sure it is an AUX input?
According to the Manufacturers Specs, the AUX, is an optional accessory.
There is a Pre-Amp connection, which would be an output, hence causing the problem you are having.
Best of Luck.