I HAVE RECENTLY PURCHASED A KENWOOD KDC-MP335 CD PLAYER W IPOD CONNECTION THAT RUNS THRU MY SPEAKERS,I HAVING A PROBLEM EVERYTIME I TURN ON THE IPOD IT GIVES ME AN ERROR"MECHA ERROR"WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?
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You have to have the Auxillary cable plugged into the radio, and have it plugged into your device (ipod, phone, mp3 player) then hit the source button until you see Aux, then you have to start the music on your ipod or whatever your using and it will play through the car speakers
ARE YOU USING THE USB OR JUST THE HEADPHONE SOCKET?
IF YOU PRESS THE SOURCE BUTTON IT WLL SEE THE UNIT ATTACHED UNLESS ITS THE USB PORT BEING USED, IN THAT CASE THE SOFTWARE IN THE KENWOOD IS NOT COMPATABLE WITH YOUR GENERATION IPOD
Yes, you can. It took me almost a month and about 70 dollars wasted to lfigure it out though. All you need is the the audio jack. Its a simple chord that runs to your aux jack in the back of your head unit. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ACTIVATED THE AUXILLARY CONTROLS ON THE CD PLAYER. YOU DO THIS FROM THE MENU SCREEN. The chord cost like five dollars at wal-mart.
This is a wild guess but I would wager that the Bluetooth adapter is somehow being fooled into thinking you have an incoming cellular call 9the radio mutes when you get calls...). Now, the question is: What's causing it to trigger? To see if i'm correct, unplug the Bluetooth adapter and see if the problem goes away.