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How did you "connect" an Ipod to the receiver? If you plugged in RCAs then you were probably plugging into the pre-amp outputs of the stereo. There is an aux option from pioneer (CDRB10) which plugs into the blue squarish plug on the back. I think its a CDRB20 if you ever wanted to add a CD changer as well.
In right corner is "A" (Audio) button. Turn stereo off
and hold "A" button until clock comes on. Hour will blink. Use up and down "Select" keys to set. Then use right "Select" key to switch to minutes. Use up and down keys
to set minutes. Push "A" button when you're done.
I did this on a different stereo but I'm pretty sure its the same.
To set the clock on a Pioneer head unit:
Hold the 'Source' button until the unit powers off.
Hold the 'Function' button until an item appears on the screen and starts flashing. This is the 'Initial Settings' menu, where you can set the clock and more depending on the head unit model.
Press and release the 'Function' button to switch between options in this menu and use the left/right/up/down arrows to adjust settings for any option.
Hey, all you have to do is to turn off your radio and press on the audio botton until you can adjust your clock, then press again until you see "FM 100" on the display, now push the ">" botton to change it to "FM 50" and finaly another long press on the audio to wrap up.. and it's done.