Originally Posted by TulsaSteve
I never knew how to set the clock so I don't know if it's losing time. Now that I have the manual I'm a master clock setter. I'll keep an eye on the time for the next day or two and report back.
You can connect an iPod for the cost of a cable. The rear of the stereo should have 3 sets of RCA jacks. I believe the yellow wires goes to AUX1 input and the black goes to AUX2 input. If I remember right the grey wires with RCA jacks is for a pre-amp output. Just use the "mode" button to cycle through the input sources until you hit AUX1 or 2.
I put the cable on the other day. Should be nice in the spring to have the wife DJ from her iPhone while I lay down miles.
Hey thanks, I have the manual but never thought about any additional inputs in the back. See, you should always read the manual. I got as far as setting the time, which I can do blindfolded and handcuffed, only kidding but I've done it so many times, that I never looked at anything else. So now I'll start the Christmas hinting for an I-pod.