Ah hah! Not sure if this is a Eureka moment or if it's simply further evidence of my contracting "Granny" (She had senile-dementia) :crazy:
Was sitting in the car this morning, iPhone plugged into the Aux hoping I could finally find a solution to the hiss and interference problem that would save me pennies.
Now, in my case I only find hiss and interference because I have to have the car radio sound turned up so high to actually hear what is coming from the iPod function.
Yes you can adjust the volume on the iPod whilst a track is playing, but this is limited only to whatever the Master volume is set to - If you click on "Settiings" then "iPod" scroll down and press "Volume Limit", push the slider to max (making sure you've turned the car radio down first!").
Hey presto, next time you play a track you've got normal level coming through the Aux. As a result you lose the hiss associated with having the car radio volume set so high.
You wouldn't believe I worked as a radio presenter and producer for 20 years would you???