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I have an Alpine CDM-7854. I have hooked an M-Bus cable to the back of the unit in order to play an ipod. the source should change to aux but I do not know how to get the unit to change to it

How do you get the unit to be able to change to aux through the source button

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SOURCE: Alpine CDM-7861 will not work with IPOD M-BUS cable attached.

Were you guys able to get this to work?????

Posted on Jul 05, 2010


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