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Look on the back to see if there is an auxilary socket plus on the front of the unit, is there an aux button to allow an input from an auxilary device. If you dont have a manual I would go to Kenwoods web site and enter in the model and see if you can download a user manual.
Press and hold menu I believe. Once in, scroll through all the parameters untill you come to "Aux Input" then select and turn on. Sorry, can't remember exact buttons. If all else fails, go download the manual from Kenwood.
i have a kdc 135 and i had the same problem. you have to go to standby
mode, then hold down the menu button until MENU appears. then toggle up
or down with the button on the right and it will say aux. then toggle
left or right to turn aux on/off and then after that when you hit
source it will come up as an option.
juve, your taught me that by going to standby mode then holding the menu button and browseing through with the right side knob to the aux option and turn it on, defalt its not on you have to set it up, thank you juvie