Hi, I am trying to play my INSIGNIA MP3 player through my AUX in my car. The car manual said that I can play MP3 players throuugh the AUX in, but I tried and it didn't work. I went to Best Buy and they said the cable that I was using was the right one. What am I doing wrong?
Try from both ports on your Insignia and make sure you've turned the volume on it all the way up. On the car stereo, make sure the source is set it auxiliary (usually AUX-IN). Also double check your cord isn't damaged and plugged in all the way on both sides.
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hi, seems like you may have a faulty aux jack socket(if the socket is mounted onto the face) or you may have some dry joints on the socket, or even a cracked pc board around the aux socket connections. also try cleaning the face connection pins both on the unit and on the face. if you not technically minded, check out you jvc repair center. cheers!
If your Kenwood has an AUX input then you can connect a audio cable from the headphone connector on the Zune to the the AUX input on the Kenwood. Power up the Zune ans set it to music and switch the Kenwood to AUX.
Are you playing your ipod through the stereo with a cable in aux mode? If so check your fader and balance settings when in aux. there would be no other reason except for speaker wiring check and make sure there is no auxiliary wiring that may not be hooked up. if it's not settings, then it's wiring, unless your stereo has an internal problem in the auxiliary circuit.
Solution #1 - If your car deck is a tape deck, you can purchase a cassette conversion kit to accomplish this. The cassette converter is a mock-cassette that has a wire and headphone plug on the end. Put in the "cassette", plug the headphone jack into your Insignia Pilot, and play your music from the Pilot.
Solution #2 - There are also FM transmitter packages that will plug into your Insignia Pilot and transmit over an FM frequency. You'll need to turn on and tune the cars radio to the frequency the transmitter is sending to be able to hear the music from your pilot.
Solution #3 - If you are looking for a direct connect through the AUX 1 input (if your car radio supports this) you would need a small amplifier to boost the signal from your Pilot. Otherwise youll either get nothing as far as volume, ot it'll be really weak and you'll have to increase your volume to such a high level that there will also be a lot of noise. This solution would require a small amp (probably available from Best Buy or Radio Shack) left/right stereo RCA cable (from amplifier to car deck), left/right stereo RCA to stereo headphone, and a power cable to your cigarette lighter.
**if you have an after-market car stereo, you can most likely connect with this solution. If your car stereo is stock, then most likely you will not have an Aux 1 input on the back of the unit and will need to resort to solution #1 or #2.
I'd recommend downloading the User's Manual. The instructions on how to connect the MP3 player to Bluetooth compatible headphones are located on pages 27-29 of the manual.
NOTE that the wireless headphones MUST be A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) compatible to use this feature. If your headphones are also AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) compatible then you will also be able to adjust some settings of the MP3 player (such as play/pause, skip forward/backward and control the volume) wirelessly. Check the documentation on your headphones to ensure compatability.
You have to enable "Line in" in the Stereo menu. Once you enable it when you press CD/CD-CH it should change to "Line In" and display Line in on the screen. Check the manual on how to enable line in...