Recently had a battery disconnected and my Sony DAB radio
(CDX-DAB6650) previously (last 3 years), had 3 input Sources, FM, DAB and Aux.
I remember when retuning it on one of the seemingly endless menu's I turned 'AUX' to off.
Now I can't get the Harmon Kardon ipod sender to play digitally, (after several hours of trying), only via the FM frequency, which is diabolical, The HK is directly connected into the back of the Sony via the Aux in port.
Why are modern things so complicated to understand, and the Nippon/Sino instruction books so appallingly written in the 21st century?
The manual really is vague, all I can find is;
"Auxiliary audio equipment"
"You can connect optional Sony portable devices
to the AUX IN terminal on the unit.
Selecting auxiliary equipment
1Press (SOURCE) repeatedly until Ã¢â‚¬Å“AUXÃ¢â‚¬Â
"Operate by the portable device itself
display of the unit." "Should this occur, the unit will
not operate properly." "In such a case, remove the disc
and wait for about an hour until the moisture has
"To maintain high sound quality
Be careful not to splash juice or other soft drinks
onto the unit or discs."! - (VERY HELPFUL WHAT)
In reality all that happens when you repeatedly press source is the display DAB or FM shows up nothing else?
Any ideas please?