Re: Aux input for iPod
What you need is a short cable with a 1/8th inch stereo plug on each end. Radio Shack or Wal mart handle them( normally they are longer than you need but you can roll them up). Plug one end into the headset jack on the Ipod and the other into the aux input on the Comm System. There are only 2 jacks on the system and only one of those is 1/8th inch. ( the other is 5/32 and is for your cell phone)
Once done, turn your Ipod on and the radio on. Scroll through the radio functions until "AUX" appears . You should now hear your ipod.
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747,891 miles on touring motorcycles since 1990
IBA 45658 MOA167437
2000 LTC 90,600 miles KIA (new)
2003 LTE 164,188 miles Silver (Purchased with 1687)
2008 R1200RT 176,196 miles (Purchased with 16458)
2017 R1200RT 96,669miles (new)
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