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How do i hook an i-pod to my denon-AVR3801. Headphone jack? If so what function?

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I'm assuming you want to play your i-pod through your reciever? If so, you need a male stereo mini to dual male RCA Y-cable (follow the link at the bottom for an example). The mini end goes into your i-pod. Plug both RCA's into the CD or PHONO inputs on the left side, center, as you face the rear of your reciever. Left(L) is usually white or grey and right(R) is the other color, usually red or orange.

I hope this gets you started. Ask again if you have more questions.

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