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Connect my ipod to sony CDXF5510X

I tried to connect the ipod toy stereo using the connecting lead both tocthe aux port(situated at its back) and to the audio in ports(white and red in colour) but i could not find aux option in my source menu, it just changes from cd to fm or vice-versa...... Pls help me out.....

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SOURCE: Sony CDX-CA810X / CD-playback drops aux amplifier

Do you have the remote turn on lead hooked up to solid blue wire from the back of the deck? Your amp shoild be hooked up to Bluw w/ white strip as the solid blue wire shuts off when the tuner is off, its used only for the power antenna.

Use Blu w/ Wht strip for amps

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I HAVE A SIMILAR MODEL AND I HAVE TO HIT THE SOURCE BUTTON TILL AUX APPEARS MAY BE A RADIO MALFUNCTIO

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SOURCE: Car audio aux lead

there should be a 'source' or 'mode' button that should switch between CD and AM/FM modes. This button should also swith over to the AUX input.

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push the volume knob button in and hold it down until the psm menu pops up. your display should read "DIMMER" press the track forward button repeatedly until you get to "EXT IN" and then use the volume knob to select it. then hold down that volume knob button again for 4 to 5 seconds and your done

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You have could use a cable with 2 tulip plugs on one side and a 3,5 mm headphone plug on the other side. Plug the tulip plugs on the back of your Kenwood in AUX, tuner or Tape in, and choose thethat input on the Kenwood and plug the 3,5 mm plug in the headphone port of the MP3 player (iPod)
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Hey yeah ummm when my like stereo is off I can connect a cord with my ipod and play it... But since the stereo is technically "off" I can not control the volume on it unless it's the volume control on my...


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