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Aux in How can i run my ipod through the aux in feature? cheers

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  • jimbos2000 Aug 14, 2008

    Cheers Jamie but this is a jack to jack cable. there is no jack socket on the back of the unit. it has 3 sets of RCA's but when i plug it into that using a jack to rca cable it will play but i am unable to adjust the volume etc on the head unit so i am obviously not connecting it right.

    any ideas?

    thanks

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You will need to use an adapter like the one in this link.

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  • Jaime Hernandez Aug 14, 2008

    I apologize mate, i should have checked the user's guide first before responding to your question.

    If you have the user's guide, go to page # 8 when using the "AUX"

    If you do not have the user's guide, you can click here to get it.

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