Question about Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders
Make sure that "AUX" is turned on on the menu. Some Pioneer radios have a front aux, a rear aux, a rear steering wheel control jack, and an aux through the IP-BUS only. First, make sure that if there is an auxillary port on the back of the unit, that it isn't the steering wheel control plug by accident. Second, front auxillary inputs on Pioneer radios NEVER need to be turned on in the menu, only inputs on the back. Any back inputs are turned on in the main set-up menu when the radio is first turned off. Hope this info helps.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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