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I have a cord to hook up my ipod to my kdc-1101s but when I plug it in it doesn't play and I don't know how to change the aux. How do I change the aux? Is it hooked up wrong?

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SOURCE: kenwood KDC-MP5028

with the unit in standby, press the menu key, use the joystick control to choose aux, and set the aux option to "on"...then press menu again to save...when you next switch on the unit, using the SRC button you can cycle through the available options...cd - tuner - aux..etc etc

Posted on Nov 04, 2007

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I believe that you are lucky since the "P" in the model number of the deck indicates and extra input source on the rear of your deck. This is used right now by your changer. You need to replace the changer with the Ipod and you are done. Stereo mini to dual rca's and you are done.

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

SOURCE: kenwood kdc-x592

I just bought one and am PISSED OFF-- the KDC-X592 / KDC-MP538U is NOT ipod compatible! It's ONLY compatible with Gen 5+ ipods -- the majority of ipods are not supported!

Posted on Sep 09, 2008

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SOURCE: pioneer DEH-P780MP

turn your head unit off, hold the function button and the functions menu to toggle the aux issue will pop up. its like an "off" function setting

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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SOURCE: aux for ipod

Make sure this is connected to an Aux Input and NOT an output. You did not mention what manufacturer you have for a head unit, so I'll take a guess.
Is is Pioneer? If so, with the radio off, you'll need to either hold down the "source" button or the "func" button. Scroll to the "AUX 1" or "AUX 2" function and then change it from "off" to "on". Then press source and it should be active.
If it is another brand, you'll need to do a similar process of going into the set-up menu and turn on the aux function. This should enable the feature.
Other than that, the operation manual for your radio can be downloaded from the manufacturer's website.
Hope this was helpful.

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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