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Pioneer Keh-p4023R Cassette player. There is a phono input in the back of the unit. when i plug my ipod into this. the sound comes out, but only at the same time as the radio... the volume is not controlled by the unit, but by the ipod, and the sound only comes out of the rear speakers, i tried to see if this phono cable would come out the aux channel. but when i repeatedly press audio the setting for aux does not show... Can you shed any light on what this input is actually for?

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  • Rob Brown Nov 07, 2010

    Not really, i think i may have not really explained exactly what i'm trying to do.
    i have the manual for this stereo, but in the manual there are no explanations of the back the device. on page 20 of the manual, it states that to be able to select aux you must repeatedly press the audio button until it brings up an option to turn aux on or off.
    when aux is turned on you can then select aux as an input, by pressing the source button.
    With a phono cable plugged into the ipod, connected to the back of the unit, the aux chennel does not appear on the unit as an option, why is this? at this moment in time My previous comment was the closest i've got to figuring out what this phono input in the back was actually for... and surely music coming out at the same time as the radio is playing is not right. Do you actually know anything about the Pioneer Keh-p4023R. or have i been ripped off paying to ask an expert?

  • Rob Brown Nov 08, 2010

    This is what i thought, Thanks, for clearing that up.

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Hi, you cannot actually use the aux input in this manner,you need a special connector box that goes into the ip bus port and then you connect your external equipment to it, for example this. According to pioneer this is what you need to connect your ipod to the stereo. The port you are actually connecting to is for stuff like remote controls etc.

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Hi! If the aux is located at the back then the functions and controls will be on the unit itself. Like the separate amps and equalizers, they can't be controlled by the radio only through the connected device itself. No wonder you can only adjust the volume from the ipod. Hope this shed some light.

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