I turned on the aux on in the menu when it was off, plugged a headphone cord into the back on te bottom right side (looking at the back), and plugged the other end into my mp3 player. Turned it on and went to aux as my source and all it does is continuosly volume up. ( that was my Dell DJ), but then I tried an IPOD Nano and it did nothing at all. Dont know what the deal is and I know there usually is an easy fix if yu know what your doing so if any light bulbs go off let me know some solutions that might work. Thank you very much for your time and have a wonderful day!
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You have could use a cable with 2 tulip plugs on one side and a 3,5 mm headphone plug on the other side. Plug the tulip plugs on the back of your Kenwood in AUX, tuner or Tape in, and choose thethat input on the Kenwood and plug the 3,5 mm plug in the headphone port of the MP3 player (iPod)
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You must make sure where you plug in on the radio side is Aux input, most Radio Aux is at the front or come with special connector if it is at the back. Mostly radio back come with RCA is for Line out not Aux in.
Just plug the cord into the front of the cd player where it says "AUX" and then plug the other end of the cord into the headphone / line out jack on any ipod or mp3 player then select "AUX" instead of CD and the sound will come through the system
Jennifer, I have the same issue. the problem is that the 2007+ generations of Kenwood receivers are not compatible with the iPhone. You will need to get a 2009+ series in order to use your iPhone with the head unit. I had the same issue with the Kenwood KDC-MP435U in my mustang. I am going to get a newer head unit that supports the iPhone. You cannot do it with the MP435U.
There is a RCA cable that comes off the back of the radio and also another cable for 3.5mm (mini-stereo jack) that also comes off the back of the radio. The RCA jacks can be used for "AUX" or "Sub-woofer" and the 3.5mm jack is just for "AUX". Your ipod can use the audio output jack or the headphone jack and plug that into the 3.5 mm jack on the back of the radio. You will need a "3.5mm male" to "3.5mm male" stereo cord that can be purchased at Radio Shack or Best Buy. Then you select "AUX" on the display with the source button to listen to it. You may need to go into the menu and activate the "AUX" input. Check your owners manual for details.
It sounds like you've connected to the front or rear audio RCA output.
Pioneer CD players generally don't have a direct auxiliary input like that - what you'll have to do is get a CD-RB10 adapter(it plugs into the CD changer connector on the back, and your cable would plug into that).
ya press src until it gets to standby then hold the menu button until it says menu. then press the toggle button down until you see aux and press the toggle to the right to turn it on and be sure to press menu again to set it.
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
According to the manual, you need to "enable" the AUX 1 or 2 thru the initial settings menu.
Press and hold the SRC until the unit turns off. Then press and hold the MULTI CONTROL (knob) until the Language appears. Turn the knob to cycle thru the options, select AUX 1 or 2 and press the knob again to select ON.
After selecting them to on, power the unit on and press the SRC to cycle thru the sources to find AUX 1 or 2.