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What can I replace my OEM Head unit in my 2006 nissan Xtrail with that is suitable for Ipod connectivity?

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You can replace it with a "Pioneer Premier Series" CD Player, that series are compatible with iPod and comes with the interface cable.

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How do I hook up my ipod


Different Cars and different Head units have different options for Ipod connections. You have many options which include Auxiliary Inputs, CD changer adapters, FM modulators, Cassette adapters. A good place for the general consumer to go for options is crutchfield.com or their local Best Buy. They will be able to sell you the specific adapters you need for your equipments.

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Have a jvc head unit, where do I connect the steering wheel audio control wire? JVC KD R310, 2002 Nissan Maxima.


Do you have an adapter that converts the Nissan controls for the JVC? Typically this piece is specific to the car and required as a separate item. If you do have this piece, then typically one of the plugs you removed from the factory stereo but aren't currently using will plug into the control adapter unit and then it will have an output wire to connect to your JVC.

Aug 09, 2010 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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How do i connect my ipod to the KD-R301


you need a 2.5mm jack lead connect 1 end to your IPOD/MP3 player and the other end to the AUX IN on the front of the head unit then select AUX on the head unit and play on the IPOD/MP3 player and it should work

Tom

Jan 16, 2010 | JVC Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Hi, I'm trying to install a sub and amp in my 2006 ram w/OE head unit. What wires do I have to tap into to get speaker output? Thanks, Chris


You'll need power from the battery to your amp (you may be able to find a spare one at the head unit), and, using suitably thick wire, connect those to the 12vDC input of the amp.

If the amplifier accepts speaker level inputs, you can connect the amplifier input to the head unit output (maybe use the rear speaker output). At the other end of the amp, connect your subwoofer. If there's only one, use the amp bridged (more power). If you're using two, and your amp has 2 channels, use one channel per subwoofer. When you power all this up, turn the volume up from 0 slowly - if anything sounds wrong, turn it back down and switch it all off. Check all your wires and start again.

Jan 14, 2010 | Kenwood Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Putting Speakers in Door Dont Know how to wire them correctly


Wiring speakers with reverse polarity doesnt have adverse effects. It cant give distorted sound. Seems like the wiring from the head unit to the speaker might be at fault. For testing purposes, connect the speaker directly to the head unit, bypassing, the car wiring. If the sound comes out alright, you have to replace the car wiring. If it is still distorted, speaker might be at fault. Try with a different speaker.

Oct 20, 2009 | Pioneer TS-G1642R Car Speaker

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I have the pioneer DEH-P7000UB in a Vauxhall Vectra. I put the head unit in the car, connected my IPhone (not the 3G version) set the head unit to USB mode and it try's to read my IPhone then comes up with...


error 19 is a communication error code with the ipod itself so either the cable is bad or the connectiontion on the ipod or deck is bad or the ipod itself may have a bad rom for external use. this info comes straight from the tech support manual for Pioneer that we car audio techs use (even if you call pioneer they will tell you mthe same thing).

try this :

Disconnect the cable from iPod.
Once iPod main menu is displayed, connect the cable again.
Reset the iPod.

Oct 31, 2008 | Pioneer Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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When I connect my 8GB Sony walkman to the KCD-W5541U head unit the display shows "Reading" (flashing on/off). Waited for around 10 minutes and still says "Reading". Phoned a friend who...


It may be the format of your walkman is not compatible with your head unit. try turning your walkman off when you connect it, some units will only read when it has uninterrupted access to your walkman's memory
good luck

Aug 05, 2008 | Kenwood Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Alpine kca-420i when hooking up to alpine iva-d901 screen says no magazine and i pod doesn't power up


  1. Make sure your iPod has a fully charged battery before connecting it to the KCA-420i. When you connect it for the first first with low to no charge left, the receiver will not recognize it.
  2. Check all your AiNet cable connections. These connectors can be finnicky if they are not plugged in ALL the way and can come out when reinstalling the head unit
  3. Make sure your head unit is in Changer mode after verifying the above.

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