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Connecting my iPod to the HTR-7450 receiver

Does anyone know what I need to do to play my iPod on the Yamaha HTR-7450 receiver.  I bought an iCable and plugged it into my iPod headset, and the other end into the audio connectors (i've tried plugging it in to all the audio connectors, but I can't get it to play.  Help!

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You just need to get an audio jack that plugs in your ipod jack (headphone jack) and then goes to audio right and left (the other end is split into red audio and white audio) I got mine from walmart for like $15.00

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