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This radio is Bluetooth "Ready" and will not pair to any blue tooth device until an additional peice of hardware is purchased and installed. Page 13 of the manual describes this as a "Bluetooth HANDS FREE BOX.
Unless you have purchased this and installed it - pairing is not possible. I hope this helps & good luck!
has the radio got blue tooth installed , as some say "blue tooth ready" on box but need an additional piece of kit to get it to work, ..........if it has then you need to find the BT function on the radio, either menu/ sorurce button and search with your phone , make sure phone is "visible" in the blue tooth mode
The newest versions of the Iphone uses USB charging only, while older generations of (any) Ipods used firewire for charging. First generation Iphone and Ipod Touch could be charged with either method.
Most docks historically used the firewire charging method, making them incompatible with all but 1st generation Iphones.
You need a new cable/charger that charges with the USB method.
When I had this problem, I just held down the reset button on the face underneath the volume knob (look in the manual if you can't find it). It erased all of my visualization preferences, date, and time settings, but kept everything else and now my bluetooth works again. I hope this isn't something that happens often, cause it will get annoying to constantly be resetting the date/time and other stuff.
Niether .... do you know what you have in hand? Both those extras costed someone some cash ... OK here it is: the CDA-9884 has a dedicated input for ipod (a KCE-422i cable is needed and comes with the new CDA-9884 in the box) ... The HD radio unit allows you to recieve new HD radio signals (digital radio, and stations that have it in your area may also have extra music streams like HD TV does). The bt-400 is a bluetooth adapter to use bluetooth enabled devices with such as a cell phone. If your ipod has bluetooth you could used the bt adapter but I suggest the KCE-422i cable instead, and check out the HD radio too, it's pretty cool.