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Help how do you set the auxilary switch on this model so that i can listen to my ipod?

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  • dromaha Apr 15, 2008

    I plugged my IPOD shuffle into the aux. input jack on the front. I kept hitting the SRC button, but it only switched between TUNER, CD, and STANDBY. I made sure the shuffle was ON, and playing ... but it NEVER said AUX/AUX EXT.
    I'm reading the manual and can't figure out what they mean by setting the built-in auxillary input function in standby mode ... once it's in stand by mode I can't hit the menu button - I'll EXIT standby mode! I only bought this unit cuz I thought it would be easy to plug in the shuffle.

  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2008

    i plug my mp3 player into the front aux input and there is no aux option

  • Anonymous Jun 15, 2008

    I am trying to play a MP3 iPod. When the SCR is pressed I only get standby or tuner. I do not get aux. In other words I can't play my iPod



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When its on standby hold the menu button and then use the right nob to change aux on then press menu again and src untill aux shows. hope this helps

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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