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  • Definate Aux in Headunits.

    Can an Admin sticky this please.
    Please post what HU you are using in the format below.

    Post should be,
    Headunit make:
    Headunit Model.
    How is Aux in (on board front socket, on board rear jack/rca/changer port) situated on the unit.
    adaptor cable: Yes/No
    part number of addon cable/adaptor if needed:
    comment about it.

    As the thread grows I will add the new info to a master list in this first message of the thread.

    Do we have a summary list at the top.

    1)
    Fluffy2097
    Make and model: Alpine CDM-7874
    Location: Rear of the unit.
    Adaptor needed?: Yes.
    Adaptor part numbers: M-Bus/RCA interface Cable KCM-122B

    2)
    Carabuser
    Make:Pioneer
    Model: PIONEER DEH-P740MP Premier
    Adaptor jack location: rear
    Adaptor needed: yes
    Adaptor part #: CD-RB10 - no cd changer option
    CD-RB20 - with cd changer option

    3)
    jol
    Make:Pioneer
    Model: ALL pioneer with a p in the model name.
    Adaptor jack location: rear
    Adaptor needed: yes
    Adaptor part #: CD-RB10 - no cd changer option
    CD-RB20 - with cd changer option
    OR
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=18165

    4)
    guitar333
    Make and model: Jensen MP5010K (for sale)
    Location: Rear of the unit. RCA
    Adaptor needed?: no

    5)
    J37X
    Make and model: Alpine with Ai-net control (see the post further down by eminence that suggests not all Ai-net models work).
    Location: Rear of the unit.
    Adaptor needed?: Yes.
    Adaptor part numbers: KCA-121B for use as aux input only
    KCA-801B can use changer and aux input together

    6)
    aphesis
    Make:JVC
    Model: SH99R
    Adaptor jack location: rear through the use of RCA's
    Adaptor needed: no

    7)
    wylie-c
    Make: JVC
    Model: KD-SH9750
    Location: rear, rca's.
    Comments: JVC's pict technology for adding images and short animations to the display, lot's of dsp settings, built in sub x-over.

    8)
    wylie-c
    Make: Clarion
    Model: DXZ-615
    Location: rear, rca's.


    Looks like wylie's getting greedy folks Most of us have one HU with AUX in, he's had two.

    Thanks guys. Come on peeps, keep it up. this is exacltey what we want.
    I'll leave the comments in the seperate posts, but just summerise the units and adaptors.
    4x4 in a turbo stylee.

  • #2
    Make and model: Alpine CDM-7874
    Location: Rear of the unit.
    Adaptor needed?: Yes.
    Adaptor part numbers: M-Bus/RCA interface Cable KCM-122B

    I love this HU, It produces wonderful sound, and has a seperate channel for a sub. It's been discontinued, but you can probably still find it around, It's not that old.
    A digital mind lost in an analog world.

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    • #3
      Make:Pioneer
      Model: PIONEER DEH-P740MP Premier
      Adaptor jack location: rear
      Adaptor needed: yes
      Adaptor part #: CD-RB10 - no cd changer option
      CD-RB20 - with cd changer option

      Comments: adaptor are a bit expensive and very hard to find (other than online). Yesterday visited about 7 stores that sell car audio (not best buy type) and NONE of them had it. As for the headunit... i still miss my old xplod, i think sound was more clear there. This one has too many features which sometimes are a little confusing. MP3 loading is a little slow, but overall I like it!
      Current Status: For Sale

      Specs
      - 1.5Ghz Toshiba Laptop (available - no screen)
      - Indash Motorized 7" VGA TS
      - DeLorme GPS (sold)
      - Power Inverter (sold)
      - Pioneer HU (sold)

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      • #4
        Make:Pioneer
        Model: ALL pioneer with a p in the model name.
        Adaptor jack location: rear
        Adaptor needed: yes
        Adaptor part #: CD-RB10 - no cd changer option
        CD-RB20 - with cd changer option
        OR
        http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=18165
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        My cars
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        • #5
          Nice one Peeps, keep them coming.
          4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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          • #6
            Make and model: Jensen MP5010K (for sale)
            Location: Rear of the unit. RCA
            Adaptor needed?: no
            Comment: this deck is the **** and has excellent SQ
            92 Taurus SHO - Daily driver - Epia M10000 80GB 512mb 7" touchscreen, Opus PSU etc

            93 Black SHO - 30mpg cruiser

            90 Silver SHO - 419whp fun/project car, CarPC to come (for tuning)

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            • #7
              Make and model: Alpine with Ai-net control
              Location: Rear of the unit.
              Adaptor needed?: Yes.
              Adaptor part numbers: KCA-121B for use as aux input only
              KCA-801B can use changer and aux input together

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              • #8
                Make:JVC
                Model: SH99R
                Adaptor jack location: rear through the use of RCA's
                Adaptor needed: no
                CarPC: Currently in progress...

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                • #9
                  What about listing ones that definately do not have it aswell in a separate list. Then people know exactly if it won't work, whereas with the above list they might be forgiven for thinking that if it isn't listed then it still might work.

                  If you plan to add this feature to the list then I have a head unit for you

                  NOTE: This head unit does not support Aux in at all!


                  Make: Alpine
                  Model: CDM-7854E and CDM-7853E
                  Comments: Not Versatile Link compatable so won't work with a M-Bus to RCA converter. Must use FM Modulator because it cannot apparently be modified to accept Aux in at all according to local Alpine dealer anyway.

                  The above Head-Units do not have Aux. in support at all

                  Originally posted by J37X
                  Make and model: Alpine with Ai-net control
                  Location: Rear of the unit.
                  Adaptor needed?: Yes.
                  Adaptor part numbers: KCA-121B for use as aux input only
                  KCA-801B can use changer and aux input together
                  I think but I am not sure that you need to have Versatile Link compatable head units to use that adapter.

                  Simon
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by eminence
                    I think but I am not sure that you need to have Versatile Link compatable head units to use that adapter.

                    Simon
                    its going to be 2001 and later models with versatile link that can use the adapter for aux in. sorry i forgot about that

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                    • #11
                      Make: JVC
                      Model: KD-SH9750
                      Location: rear, rca's.
                      Comments: JVC's pict technology for adding images and short animations to the display, lot's of dsp settings, built in sub x-over.

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                      • #12
                        eminence. I'll not add yours directly to the list, because it is definate working only I want there. I'll leave J37X's in, but will add a not about your findings in. This is exactley the kind of info we need in one place.
                        4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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                        • #13
                          Almost forgot,

                          Make: Clarion
                          Model: DXZ-615
                          Location: rear, rca's.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by J37X
                            Make and model: Alpine with Ai-net control
                            Location: Rear of the unit.
                            Adaptor needed?: Yes.
                            Adaptor part numbers: KCA-121B for use as aux input only
                            KCA-801B can use changer and aux input together
                            It's a bit of a long shot posting here I know!! But does anyone have any idea at all about where I can get a KCA-801B adapter in the UK? I don't want to shell out a 100+ for the KCA-410C when I only want the autochanger and 1 aux in

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                            • #15
                              Make: Kenwood
                              Model: KDC6070R
                              Aux in via: cd-changer port
                              Adaptor cable: Yes, Kenwood CA-C1AUX cd changer/input adapter, compatible with most (if not all) Kenwood CD changer controlling head units (will remove connection to cd-changer - I believe a splitter version is available from aftermarket companies). Access to the AUX in is perfect on the KDC6070R, when flicking through the different sound sources on the head unit instead of the multichanger showing up it shows up as 'AUX' in the display, allowing you to quickly check that you've got it set right for when using your carputer.


                              Hope that's helpful, this has been tried myself on the KDC6070R so isn't second/third-hand information

                              Cheers,

                              Andy

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