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Thread: Do ALL Pioneer head units support AUX IN with an adapter?

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    Do ALL Pioneer head units support AUX IN with an adapter?

    I'm looking at this head unit:
    http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/Pi...,21412,00.html

    And one of the key things I want is a capability for an AUX input. Does this head unit have it (with an adapter)?
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    No this head unit will not support AUX input. Sorry.
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    Does it need to have CD changer controls? How would I know?
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    - 2.1GB laptop drive for OS
    - 4.3GB drive for MP3s

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    if it has a p in the name, it has a p-bus, and aux-compability

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    Most Pioneer head units have a connecter called an IP-BUS. The Pioneer IP-Bus lets you connect things like XM radio, cd changer, or an aux input adapter (you will have to buy the adapter ~$30-40). It looks like this particular model lacks the IP-Bus connecter.

    The next cheapest model that has an IP-Bus connecter is the DEH-4400

    http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/Pi...,21414,00.html

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    Instead of the adapter you can just connect audio direct to the pins.

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