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Help With Ipod Install On CDR220


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I sucessfully installed the powered Ipod connector wired to my CDR220 thru the aux input (cd changer) and using the cell phone wiring for power. Thanks to everyone for the instructions and advice. Pretty straight forward.

To play the ipod I put the stereo on CD changer setting, it plays the ipod fine and stereo display is as if the cd changer was playing. Going thru tracks and such

Is there a way to play thru aux and remove the changer. I currently must have the changer plugged in and discs in it for the stereo to recoginze it. I guess the stereo thinks it's playing the cd changer but is really playing the ipod signal coming in thru the changer input. If I unplug it, the stereo only gives me option of playing radio or CD, no aux.

Is there a way to wire so I play the ipod thru aux and completely remove the cd changer?

Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Scott

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You just need to enable the "AUX input mode" on the CDR 220. To do this, press the TP button for about 10 seconds. This will take you to the "BECKER 1" menu. Turn the tuning dial until you see the "AUX OFF"selection. Then press one of the soft buttons with an arrow above it to toggle the AUX mode to ON.

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I already tried doing that. The Aux is on but if I unplug the changer it doesn't work. The only options are FM, CD, CDC. If I unplug the changer, then no CDC, but no aux to select either. I guess I'll call Becker soon and play with it again soon. I followed those instructions, just wondering if I missed something easy but I guess not. Thanks anyways.

You just need to enable the "AUX input mode" on the CDR 220. To do this, press the TP button for about 10 seconds. This will take you to the "BECKER 1" menu. Turn the tuning dial until you see the "AUX      OFF"selection. Then press one of the soft buttons with an arrow above it to toggle the AUX mode to ON.

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