AUX input jack*
Open the center console. Open the AUX cover. 2. Connect the device to the input jack.
The 2007 Acura MDX comes with an auxiliary jack to the rear of the center console. You can also use an adapter to connect it if your device doesn’t have a 3.5mm port.
I just bought an 07 MDX but I didn’t realize that it doesn’t have an aux input, just the socket in the center console.
The AUX input socket is on the back of the center console for the entertainment package and in the center console for all other packages.
To make high-quality audio connection easy for owners with personal music players, the MDX has an auxiliary input jack that is located near a 12-volt outlet.
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AUX 3.5mm Wire Car Audio IN: Simply plug into the Acura MDX 2005 factory car stereo extension port, connect to your favorite MP3 player, iPod, iPhone , Android device or smartphone and start listening to CD quality music instantly.
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There is no aux jack in there that I can find.
Navigate to Phone Settings > bluetooth device list > Add a Bluetooth device. On your mobile device, select your Acura from the Bluetooth menu. The two now begin mating. Your mobile device and the Acura multimedia system are now connected via Bluetooth.
XM radio is standard on the TL Type-S. An AUX input in the center console allows you to connect an iPod or MP3 player.
The TL Type-S does have an auxiliary input jack, but like the 2006 Acura TSX, it’s buried in the center console behind a spring-loaded door, making it very difficult to access and connect to.