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When I plug in my Ipod to the Aux.....

I seem to get music that sounds like backround vocals and music but the artist cannot be heard. It was all working fine but then something must have gotten triggered on accident. Usually i just plug in my Ipod, hit find AUX with the function key...and it plays beautifully. Now all I get is backround music...like kareoke. When I put in a CD...all is good. With the radio all is good. I plugged in a friends Ipod...and the same problem occured. Anyone out there have a clue what might be wrong?

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I am having a smilar problem, I think the aux jack itself is messed up. I lose the sound out of the left channel, then I jiggle the connection a bit and get the sound back... Often when you can hear instruments and no voice you are hearing only a left or right track. Are you sure both the left and right is working?

Posted on Dec 29, 2006

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