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I have a Kenwood RX370 in a 2001 Honda Fit. I'm trying to put in AUX mode!


Hi,if the input jack isn't in the radio face, your unit probably isn't aux equipped. The only input would be in the back of the deck, which would require you remove the unit and look for the aux input there. Hope that helps.

Oct 11, 2016 | Kenwood Car Audio & Video

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Aux feature


After looking your unit's info up, I found it doesn't have a built-in aux input. This was an option (not surprising seeing as it's an old Walmart version of a nicer head unit by jvc). IF the previous owner chose to add the optional aux input, there will be a black wire coming from the back of the unit that's way thicker than the rest. Follow it and it should lead you to where the previous owner mounted the aux input Jack. If there is no wire, you're pretty much screwed, because the model has been discontinued and it'll be just about impossible to find the appropriate accessory. The good news in all of that is, for the price you'd pay for the aux input alone, you can find a decent NEW head unit WITH an aux jack for the same price or darn close. Best of luck!

Jan 24, 2014 | JVC KD-HDW10 Car CD/ MP3 Player

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How do I use the auxiliary input option on my Pioneer DEH-P59000IB? It has no auxiliary input to plug in a wire.


After looking up your unit's info, I found that it does indeed have an aux input, but it's on the rear of the unit. Get yourself a 3.5mm aux cable (normal aux cable), pull the unit from the dash (being careful not to disconnect any wires), plug one end into the aux jack and feed the other end thru the area where the unit sits in the dash and out one side or the other of the center area of the dash (by the footwells). Put the head unit back in place and GENTLY pull the aux cable enough to get out the last bit of slack, but not so hard that you pull it out of the back of the head unit. You can tuck the extra slack up under the console where it meets the carpet. If you wanted to get real fancy, you could drill a slot in the storage area of the console large enough for the cable to fit but small enough that the end won't slip through so you can keep it all out of sight and just plug your phone or MP3 player in and hide it in the console. Then just switch the source on the unit to aux and enjoy!

Jan 18, 2014 | Pioneer DEH-P5900IB CD Player

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Tell the difference between the Aux input and V-Aux input


'Aux' is a general label for any Line Level analog stereo input like DVD, VCR, TV, DBS, etc. They are usually electrically identical and interchangeable except for PHONO.

V-Aux on this unit is on the front panel for conveniently connecting a video device. It has analog and assignable digital audio plus S-video and composite video.

There is nothing labeled 'Aux' on this unit.

Feb 16, 2011 | Denon AVR-2807 Receiver

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I would like to plug in the sound of my television set to the panasonic SC-PM08. I tryed to do that by plugging in the tulip plugs in the "aux" connections, but no sound comes out. what could be the...


You mention "tulip plugs"! are you referring to your RCA jacks in the back of your unit? That is what the 7 inputs are to the right of your speaker connections.
When you hook your "stereo TV" to your external sound unit
you need to run your cables to your aux input from your audio out jacks on the back of the TV. Once this is done you need to configure your TV and your sound unit to work with each other. You need to go into your TV settings and tell it where to send the audio to. If you hooked into the front audio output then you need to pick that selection. If you hooked into the back audio out you need to pick that selection. Once you have completed that you need to tell your sound unit where to pick the sound up at. If you plugged into the aux then put your sound unit on aux. If you have more than 1 aux pay attention to what aux your TV is coming in on and set your sound unit accordingly.

Mar 09, 2010 | Panasonic SC-PM08 Shelf System

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AUX input won't work


The red and white RCA terminals on the back of the unit are generally outputs for amplifiers. To use AUX the unit will need to have a 3.5mm jack in the front or rear. If not than the unit does not have AUX input capabilities.

Feb 17, 2009 | Kenwood KDC-135 CD Player

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Where is the AUX input on this player?


Sorry, but the RCA jacks for Aux input are only available in the back of the player. If possible, you could try to attach RCA jumpers to the jacks without removing the unit, but as I have no idea of the vehicle involved, I can't say if that would be possible. IF you have the "Release" keys, sliding the chassis out should not be a problem. Slide out, attach jumpers, and slide back in after routing the jumper cable(s). (This also assumes the unit was slid in using the standard slide in and lock mounting.)

Hope that isn't all bad news. Good Luck.

Nov 01, 2008 | Panasonic CQ-C7103U CD Player

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Aux wont work


Make sure that "AUX" is turned on on the menu. Some Pioneer radios have a front aux, a rear aux, a rear steering wheel control jack, and an aux through the IP-BUS only. First, make sure that if there is an auxillary port on the back of the unit, that it isn't the steering wheel control plug by accident. Second, front auxillary inputs on Pioneer radios NEVER need to be turned on in the menu, only inputs on the back. Any back inputs are turned on in the main set-up menu when the radio is first turned off. Hope this info helps.

Aug 22, 2008 | Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders

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The aux input will not work


you must go back into the menu and turn on aux otherwise the head unit will not recognise the aux devise that you are trying to plug in

Mar 25, 2008 | Kenwood KDC-MP3035 CD Player

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Can't get into AUX source


Are you sure it is an AUX input? According to the Manufacturers Specs, the AUX, is an optional accessory. There is a Pre-Amp connection, which would be an output, hence causing the problem you are having. Best of Luck.

Sep 13, 2007 | Kenwood KDC-MP232 CD Player

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