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No sound from subs and rear speakers...

I just gut the KCA-420i to connect the Ipod to my CDA-9855 and when I connect the Ipod, the front speakers that are on a separate amp play way loud and I can't control the volume. Even when I mute the deck there is still sound coming out the front speakers. When I play a CD the sound is normal all around. Need help

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Make sure the Ipod is plugged into the AV input source. Then you may have to go through the menu to select AV1 or AV2 input. This should take care of the problem. Good luck

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