Pioneer DEH-3400 + AUX in?

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  1. Zephy|2

    Zephy|2 I fly

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    Is it possible? I went to Pioneer's site and I saw that you can buy an aux adapter for a bunch of their decks, but I can't find my deck (the deh-3400) on the site. My deck is 2-3 years old, and I love it.. but since I got an iPod, I want to be able to use that.

    If it won't work, what would you recommend? I'd like the 50w output, and a volume knob as opposed to buttons. The quality of the actual cd player doesn't really matter, since I doubt I'll ever burn an audio cd again (man, how technology changes).

    I saw this at Best Buy
    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=1072284961547&skuId=6263615&productCategoryId=cat03066&type=product

    or this on ebay
    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=1072284961547&skuId=6263615&productCategoryId=cat03066&type=product
     
  2. Scott P

    Scott P I are lurking through. . .

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    well if the cd player has p-bus capabilities, ie changer controls, then you can have aux inputs using the aforementioned piece. in your case the radio you named is not capable of such things. As for the aiwa. you would be better off wasting your money on a boombox to put in your passenger seat. The aiwa is a cheaply made sony rebadged with Aiwa's name on it.
     
  3. Zephy|2

    Zephy|2 I fly

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    ok.. so my deck can't do it.. and apparently the aiwa sucks.. but what about that pioneer in the auction?

    oops... i just realized i posted the best buy ad twice. crap.
     

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