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I am having trouble getting video and music to play from my ipod to my kenwood ddx7017 i connected the three rca wires red,white,and yellow to av in and the red wire to a power wire and a black wire to another black wire how can i get this to work so i can hear music from my stereo

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  • jaime_munozj May 29, 2010

    the kenwood stereo i have does not have an aux port in the face of the stereo i have to connect rca wires to the back of the stereo it is a kenwood ddx7017 touch screen

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Im not sure I understand what you have done ...all you have to do is connect the ipod to the input signal of the kenwood..and stream it ..just use the usb cable ..and connect it like you should connect a usb stick ...after that you should be able to browse the files from the Ipod..
If it makes troubles just let the ipod to work in its own player ..and from the headphones out ..get a line to the audio in at the kenwood..so to be able to amplify the signal..this should work too ..if it has a audio in stereo line ..

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  • jaime_munozj May 29, 2010

    my stereo does not have a usb connection so i have a convertor that has three rca jacks red,white and yellow and the back of my stereo has three female ends that say av in and two that say av out I also have 2 wires that is red and black so i can get power to the ipod i have an older model kenwood touchscreen so it doesnt have all the usb stuff on it

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    Catalin Turcu May 29, 2010

    Ok ..in this case for audio ..(audio will be the only thing you can plug .cause the ipod do not have a video out) you have to get after case..either a 3.5jack ...to 2 ends rca cable ..stereo for left and right ..left (white) right (red) and ..use the jack cable to get signal out from the ipod..and the 2 white and red inserted into the audio in ..of the kenwood..
    The yellow one is for video signal....
    and after that it will work ..just set it like it had a dvd inserted,,but without the image ..you will only get the audio signal to be amplified ..the actual playback will be made in the ipod....this is the only way if it do not has a usb connection to use the data cable ..


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Hi,
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Turn on your vehicle and press the "On" switch for the car's DVD system. Wait for the main screen of the DVD system to appear.
Connect one end of the auxiliary wire to the headphones jack on the iPod, and connect the other end to the auxiliary port on the face of the DVD player. The auxiliary port will resemble the headphone jack found on the iPod itself.
Turn on the iPod and allow the main screen to fully load. Scroll through the device to find a song, and test to see if the audio will play through the system. If audio comes in through the car's speakers, the process is complete.
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