Tip & How-To about Apple iPod touch
If your iPod to your amplifier or subwoofer that connects to
a stereo receiver. This can be done through an additional cable.
1. Locate the auxiliary input on your stereo connected to
your amplifier and subwoofer. These entry, small and round is labeled
"AUX". Usually this entry is available in front of the stereo, but
some devices can be found on the back.
2. Connect another cable to the auxiliary input of your
3. Connect the other end of extra cable to the headphones of
4. Press the "AUX" input button on your stereo.
Now when you play a song on your iPod you listen to them on your speaker system
including subwoofer and amplifier.
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