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Aux input problem

I have an Alpine XMA-T200RF controller hooked to a TUA-T020XM satellite radio recieiver. It has a Aux input where I have an AI-Net to RCA female right/left audio adapter connected. On my MP3 player, I have a mini headphone jack to RCA Male adpter connected to the AI-net. Then on the control unit, I have Aux set to ON. However, I get no audio from my mp3 through the reciever. The satellite works just fine. I do not have the manual for the XMA-T200RF, but did find a page for the TUA. This is all hooked to the factory radio in my 2000 Honda Prelude. Any help would be appreciated. Harry

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Here's the link for the manual: http://vault.alpine-usa.com/products/documents/OM%20CRA-1667RF.pdf

Posted on Aug 20, 2007

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