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  • How can i use AUX in Sony (IP BUS HACK)

    Hı there... How caN i use the sony CDX F5510 's AUX
    input.. i used to controll my pioneer deh-5100R 's aux but it has stollen a month ago... Now i have the sony cdx f 5510 and i have to use the auxalary input...


    Can anyone show me a diagram or picture to use that ip bus hack ????

  • #2
    ???????????????

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    • #3
      yeaaaaaaa.... plug it in in the aux...?

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      • #4
        i have already plugged cables to aux-in but in the menu i cant sellect AUX... i can use tuner and cd but i can not sellect or even see aux

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        • #5
          That's because Sony's work differently. You probably need the little Unilink adapter they have for around $99. You can't just 'hack' it the way you can Pioneers. If your Sony headunit doesn't just have 'Aux' when you go through the sources, you can't use AUX without this unit: http://www.crutchfield.com/S-P3SgPgW...earch=sony+aux



          There's simply NO other way to do it with Sony. So don't ask if there's a 'quick hack'. You'd be better off finding another P-series Pioneer with IP Bus.

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          • #6
            If you want you can do UniLink adapter yourself.
            http://gnunilink.sourceforge.net/
            Good luck.
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            • #7
              Of course it would be much cooler if we could get you do build one
              Skippy

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              • #8
                i would better buy a changer and use both cd changer and changers aux

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                • #9
                  the XA-300 is a great unit and well worth the money for the 2 RCA ins, CD changer in and the USB in. I have used them on many audio/video installs
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                  • #10
                    But with a UniLink adapter there is at least the posablity of using HU/steering wheel controls to control the computer.
                    Skippy

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                    • #11
                      I've got this exact problem. For the time being I was going to just use an FM modualtor because I wouldn't be able to justify buying a new headunit (to my girlfriend at least!) but then i came accross this EBAY

                      Anyone have any experiance with these?

                      Andy P

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                      • #12
                        I have a cdx-gt520 and just found a trick that might have worked for you. Here is my blog post about it.

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