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hellotina
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 PIONEER DEH-P300 Help.

A used car I bought over the summer came with the pioneer deh-p300. It works great when I listen to CD's or the radio. The problem is when I plug my ipod in. Everything sounds REALLY off (like you can't even hear any singing) and I've tried to change the EQ settings but it didn't come with a manual so I have no idea how. How can I change the settings so that everything sounds right? or is there anywhere I can get the manual for this? (for free :]) Help is greatly appreciated, Thanks!

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 RE: RE: PIONEER DEH-P300 Help.

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How did you hook up the Ipod? Did you get the IPOD adapter from Pioneer or the AUX adapter?

I use an FM transmitter that plugs into my cigarette lighter.

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 RE: RE: RE: RE: PIONEER DEH-P300 Help.

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Originally posted on 02-09-2007 by andymtx
Dude you need to get a Pioneer CD-RB-20 or CD-RB10 aux adapter ane ditch the FM transmitter. You would like it so much better!

I'll second that. Get rid of the FM transmitter .

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I'll second that. Get rid of the FM transmitter .

too much crackling and static! it doesn't matter which channel you use, all of them seem staticky!

an aux input or ipod adapter is the way to go. I struggled for the longest time with 2 Belkin fm transmitters...the cheaper model only having 4 fm stations and the $50 model that covered all frequency spectrums

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