Tip & How-To about Audio Players & Recorders
More people these days seem to want to connect their iPod to a home amplifier setup and so there are more units being sold to do so but for those folks who have an older stereo or amp/receiver there is a way to do this. All you need is a little adapter cable sold at Radio Shack or online at Amazon.com which connects iPod to audio amp/receiver. Just plug the 3.5mm stereo male end into the iPod earphone jack and the other end with the 2 RCA plugs, red and white, into an available input on the amp or receiver (CD or AUX for example) and adjust the volume. Be sure to select the input on the receiver where you connected the iPod.
For $2 at Amazon.com, get this cable.
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