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Getting it to play my mp3player

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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I've tried the same thing trying to get it to work without having to buy the aux adapter for it.

You need to buy 2 items to get your pioneer to work in aux.

1. buy the Pioneer auxiliary input adapter CD-RB10
2. buy a wiring harness that has 2 rca inputs on one end and a male plug to plug into your mp3 player on the other end.

You should be able to find these online or even at any electronic stores that have car audio installation as a service.

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

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