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PAC AAI-PIOP

Auxiliary input adapter for compatible Pioneer receivers

Item #: 541AAIPIOP

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Connect PAC's AAI-PIOP adapter to the IP-Bus/CD changer input on your compatible Pioneer receiver, and you've got an instant connection for just about any portable device. This adapter provides you stereo RCA inputs that can accommodate a variety of devices. Warranty: 1 year.

Note: When you use this adapter on a compatible Pioneer receiver, you will not be able to add a CD changer to the receiver.

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PAC AAI-PIOP Reviews

Average Customer Review:

1 Review

Does the job

Written by: Marc from Wayne, NJ on November 4, 2013

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Does what it's supposed to.

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What's in the box?

  • Pioneer P-Bus auxiliary adapter (w/ a P-Bus connector on one end and stereo RCA connectors on other end)

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Features

Overview: The PAC AAI-PIOP adapter cable can convert the IP-Bus input on select Pioneer in-dash head units with external device controls to a stereo RCA auxiliary input. This allows you to input line-level audio signals from such items as a smartphone, portable MP3 player, or game console.

Note: If you use this adapter as an auxiliary input adapter, you cannot connect a Pioneer CD changer or other IP-Bus device at the same time.

Connectors: The adapter has a right-angle IP-Bus connector on one end and gold plated left and right RCA jacks on the other. Its 10.5" in length.

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To use an ipod with a pioneer stereo [ Michael  Jan 13, 2016 ]

1 question already asked

Although I am not familiar with that receiver, I believe the adapter is compatible with all Pioneer head units. I have two Pioneer units that were manufactured about 10 years apart and it fit both. [ Reagan  May 01, 2015 ]
I used it for a different model I would suggest to check in the pioneer website to make sure it works for your application [ JESUS  May 01, 2015 ]

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