Re: can't play iPod on my panasonic sa-en27 with out a...
I ran into the same issue, instead of buying a replacement remote I was able to dial in a Vip 211 dish network remote control with remote code 643 in AUX setting. Then once the code was in, i pressed the 6 key on the remote and now I can listen to audio on the music port. The 643 code refers to the first Panasonic amplifier/receiver in the code list. To further clarify, I pressed AUX for 4 seconds, pressed 2 to signal I am programming an amplifier/receiver device, then punched in 643 then pound sign.
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Original manual found - note the Model No. is listed as SC-EN38DB i.e. complete system (main unit = SA-EN38DB; speakers = SB-EN38; remote control = N2QAYB000245):
"Press and hold (PLAY MODE) until 2DAB AUTO SCAN' appears. When a frequency is tuned by Auto scanning on this unit, the ensemble corresponding to the frequency is displayed for approximately 2 seconds"
Hi, I have the Panasonic SA-EN9, and if you plug your mp3 player (I have and ipod) into the auxiliary socket you should be able to play it by pressing the AUX button on the remote provided.
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