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How to connect aux cable to use my mobile phone with clarion pw852981

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How do i get my clarion vz401 too play dvd videos from my USB


The Clarion VZ401 can only play audio (MP3 or WMA) files from a USB device. This is listed in the manual on both page 33 (USB Operations) and page 46 (Specifications). This unit can't play audio file with DRM and some USB drives may not be compatible with the device. It can play some videos from some IPod/IPhone models with the Clarion CCA-750 adapter. This is a USB to RCA composite stereo audio/video jacks cable. This feature isn't compatible with the Lightning connector or some versions of the iOS operating system. To view any other videos, you need to play them back on a device that can directly connect to the composite RCA audio/video ports (AUX In or AV In).

I hope this helps. The list of compatible IPod and IPhone models is available from Crutchfield on the VZ401 Details tab: http://www.crutchfield.com/S-ix4f1cAUkb9/p_020VZ401/Clarion-VZ401.html . This tab also has a link to the manual; the direct link is http://d2stobyut4u5rx.cloudfront.net/ImageBank/v20150407084800/Manuals/020/020VZ401.PDF .

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Will the clarion cy460 play mp3s?


Why don't you play them via Bluetooth or Aux cable, far easier.

Jul 21, 2014 | Clarion Car Audio & Video

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Aiwa cxna115 - trying to jack-in Belkin stereo cable for Apple IPhone so I can play through stereo speakers. Should I be jacking into video aux on aiwa or the jack next to it? Neither seems like a good...


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You can play audio equipment like turntable, MD player, mobil phone ( headphone output). You must connect the equipment to the Video/AUX jack, Press Video/AUX then play the connected equipment.

Jan 01, 2013 | Audio Players & Recorders

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How do I listen to music from my phone through my indash??


Most new model in-dash stereos have an auxiliary mini jack input. Connect a mini-jack cable to the auxiliary jack on your in-dash stereo (available at RadioShack or anywhere there are portable music player/smart phone accessories), and connect the other end to the headphone input on your iPhone/smartphone or player.

Change your stereo input to "aux" or "auxiliary" and Voila! Music will play from your car speakers.

Feb 22, 2011 | Clarion VZ 409 Car DVD Player

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Is there a way to wire in for an ipod


Only way would be via a FM modulator which I would not recommend. There is no Aux input cable or port on the XMD2.

I would recommend upgrading to a newer model with full ipod control and charging capabilities. Any Clarion dealer can help you with that.

Feb 04, 2011 | Clarion XMD2 CD Player

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How do you connect an Ipod throught the aux input?


what type of input does your radio have? if its a head phone jack input just get a headphone to headphone jack wire from radioshack and plug one end into you ipod and the other into the radio, set your radio to aux and your ipods volume to 70-80%. if its an rca input, it exactly the same but you will need an rca to headphone jack wire. if its usb, just use the cable that came with you ipod.

May 01, 2010 | Clarion XMD3

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I just install new Clarion BTL370 in the Clarion


A few things to check...

Make sure the receiver is set to "tel sw" or something similar in the menu. From there, you should be able to set the call to the left or right speaker. Make sure you set the headset to the same side.

Another thing to check, make a call and get connected through the headset. Now wait a few seconds and push a button on the phone to power the backlight. If it is wired correctly, you should see the "connected" timer on your phone keep time. If it appears that you are connected, the problem is most likely in the settings.

Also, if nothing else works, make sure that you have the accessory wire(should be red on the BLT370) connected to the right wires. All the other wires will power it on even if this wire is not connected correctly.

Jul 17, 2009 | Clarion MAX675VD Car DVD Player

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I have a Clarion installed in my boat. Sirrius, cd am fm. No jack to plug in iPod. Solution?


FM Modulator.

(clarion makes a hardwire direct connect one)

FM200

You would use a 3.5mm to RCA adapter

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There are also battery powerd ones (Belkin)


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Either one is used by simply tuning in to an empty (white noise) radio station.

Im assuming the XMD3-RET is not the radio you are inquiring about since you described Sirius as a feature.

Some clarion radios have an AUX input or changer port that can be converted to an ipod cable.

If you reply with a model # i can look it up for you. I am a Clarion Dealer.

Thanks for using FixYa - a FixYa rating is appreciated for answering your FREE question

Apr 14, 2009 | Clarion XMD3-RET AM/FM MARINE CD PLAYER

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