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Hi,
You can use any of the following methods

  1. Connecting the iPod via headphone jack
    All you need is a simple Y cable, which is available from any home-electronics store. Connect the small plug to the headphone output of your iPod--or any portable audio player. Then connect the red and white RCA-style plugs to the matching inputs on the back of your stereo receiver or boombox.

  2. Connecting the iPod via iPod dock
    To connect using the iPod dock, you first need to purchase an iPod dock accessory. Using the same type of Y cable, connect the small plug to the matching jack on the rear of the iPod dock. Then, plug the red and white RCA-style plugs to the matching inputs on the back of your stereo receiver or boombox. This method provides a line-level connection that maintains a volume level to your stereo system and allows the iPod to recharge.

  3. Connecting the iPod via wireless FM transmitter
    You can also connect your iPod to your stereo wirelessly. You'll need to purchase a compatible wireless FM transmitter--there are several available--and connect it your iPod. Once your transmitter is connected, simply tune any nearby radio to the correct frequency, and you'll be listening to your own iPod-powered mini radio station.

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Posted on Sep 07, 2010

  • russellclagg Sep 07, 2010

    I don't have the radio I didn't work so I want to use the amp that connects to the radio and hard wire it to a headphone jack

    Does any one have the wire diagram to the amp so I know what each wire is?????

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    Mandeep Singh Sep 07, 2010

    Please check for th forum below , if the same can help you. If you amp has ports to connect external composite audio cables you can use the Ipod dock to RCA cable and connect the same to amp. Or in case you want to use the Headphone jacks . Use the Ipod dock to headphone jack converter.
    http://www.hifiheadphones.co.uk/advanced... out cablehttp://www.ramelectronics.net/ipod-mp3/i...

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