Im trying to connect the iPod. What I was trying to say is that since the stock radio doesnt have RCA output I had to use the RCA adaptor to hook up the amp. Now since the iPod connector is connected through RCA jacks then I figured if I use another adaptor it should work. I was just trying to verify my logic. Hope this helps explain what I am looking for.
My previous xb did not have the iPod direct plug so I as well had the Adapter and yes I had one for each. The Ipod and the Amp. A neat addition is to put the plug down below the ac knows where some people place switches and such. I hooked up a spring loaded spool which would spool the audio cable back into place snug against the dash when I did not have it plugged in! Hope this helps
Well if you hook that adapter up where are you going to connect it to the stock head unit? The amp adapter should be hooked up to your speaker outputs from the head unit. That is sending a signal out of the unit to the amp not into the head unit.
Without seeing inside the package or the wiring diagram, I'd have to say that adapter won't help you. There are no RCA input jacks on the back of the head unit. You need an input signal arrangement that will allow you to connect the iPod to your head unit. In many threads on this site and others in the past the only way to connect the iPod was to use the mini jack connection in the center console if you have one or to use an FM frequency setup. Hope it works out for you.
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