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Auxiliary too quiet when using my iPod!

The volume coming from my speakers is fine when listening to a CD or the am/fm tuner, but when i plug in my iPod i can barely hear anything with both iPod and head unit volume cranked, and all loudness settings on high. The auxiliary cord is plugged in snugly as well, please help

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  • brentreimer Jul 08, 2010

    wiped off both ends of the aux cable and doesnt seem to be any shorts of any kind in the back, any other ideas?

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I have done some reverse engineering on the
DEH P7700MP I don't have a way to draw a picture but I solved the Ipod audio problem.
The Jack on the back is totally useless.Low or little audio. I used a 2 or three foot stereo audio wire, stripped and tinned red white and ground. There is a blue multi pin jack where I would suppose the Sat Radio plugged in. I took a micro screwdriver while stereo was in AUX mode and carefully touched each pin until I heard a Hum from right and then left speaker. There were actually 4 pins I found but worked best with only 2 right and left. Power down radio Solder red to one pin and white to the other. Ground the ground wire that was braided to the screw on the radio case near the plug. Re power the unit by pushing the volume and reset the aux feature. Worked pretty good for me and not bad volume. Be careful never solder a live radio you will smoke it for sure..possibly have someone that solders well do it for you. Kinda tricky.. Good Luck!

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Posted on Jul 08, 2010

  • brentreimer Jul 08, 2010

    also i have tried plugging in my blackberry and my older ipod nano, same results so there isnt anything wrong with the ipod

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