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PDF File for this cable. Please refer to page 7of 84, and look in the
category "head unit group 1"... From the BOTTOM LEFT of this paragraph
count up FIVE LINES, your Head Unit Model number is right there.
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I have been installing car audio for over 40 years.A small adapter like you use to charge a phone,Doe,s not have enough amps in it to run the deck (Properly) When you crank up the vollume, The deck will cut out, You Can buy a bigger 12 Volt power supply from radio shack or the source that will power it (Properly) It should be at least 3 amp output .
The DEH 4800MP does not have a direct USB connection. To get this you need to purchase a separate adapter which plugs into the IP BUS port on the back of your head unit. It is called a CD-UB100 usb adapter. Unfortunately these are becoming harder to find for a reasonable price. You can see what they look like here and they can be purchased on ebay here. Cheers, Dan
The newest versions of the Iphone uses USB charging only, while older generations of (any) Ipods used firewire for charging. First generation Iphone and Ipod Touch could be charged with either method.
Most docks historically used the firewire charging method, making them incompatible with all but 1st generation Iphones.
You need a new cable/charger that charges with the USB method.
The correct iPod adapter for this is the CD-IB100ii, not the PAC piece you bought. With the correct adapter you will be able to charge your iPod, get text and control from the head unit, and of course audio playback through your system.
on the radio and the adapter their is a spot for the cord that connects the two the ends have different colors on them it should be purple and black just make sure the colors are matched up if they are off it will still read all the info and say its playing but no sound will come out