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RCA Inputs for Pioneer AVM P100

I want to connect my ipod via RCA cables to this unit.

On inspection I can see 2 clearly labled RCA inputs at the back of the head unit, however I can't get the head unit to pick up these as a source?

The unit is in an ex-japanese car so some of the menu structure is in english, some in Japanese.

To change to other sources e.g CD, tuner, all you do is press the source key on the unit or remote

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  • shaunnz Jun 26, 2008

    I can't find that model number online either, but that is what it says on the front left corner of the unit. (I've double checked)



    I have a cable to plug my ipod into the RCA inputs at the back, how do I tell the unit it has another device plugged in to it?



    Thanks

    Shaun

  • shaunnz Jun 26, 2008

    I can't find that model on-line either, but that is what it says on the front of the unit. ( I double checked)



    I have a cable to plug my ip-od into the RCA input at the back. How do I get the unit to recognize that it has a device plugged in there?



    Thanks

    Shaun

  • Philip Rowney
    Philip Rowney May 11, 2010


    I can't find the model AVM P100 anywhere.
    Are you sure this is correct?

    You'll have to get a special cable that plugs into what would either be a short cable at the back of the unit with an 'elbow' shaped connector, or a small rectangular socket in the back of the player.

    You need to tell the unit that it has another device plugged into it.

    The connection system is cal 'IP-BUS'.

    Regards

    Philip

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An I-Pod connection box connects to the RCA inputs and the IP-BUS connection.

Here is a picture from the AVM P7000R manual showing the connections the IP-BUS lead is marked by the red square.

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The cable looks like this -->

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and you can buy it here ->LINK<-

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

  • Philip Rowney
    Philip Rowney Jun 26, 2008

    I am assuming you have a socket that fits the blue plug in the picture.


    Regards

    Philip


  • Philip Rowney
    Philip Rowney Jul 20, 2008

    This may help.

    put unit into standby and hold the 'F' key this gives you a function menu that allows you to enable the "AUH ON" this enables the axillary input for any device connected to the IP BUS port.

    Regards

    Philip


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