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How do i hook iPod to this unit? special cable? how do i get one?

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You can hook up yor i pod unit directly into the back of the unit there is a special slot were it plugs into and you can use the remote to operate it once it is hooked up .you can veiw the functions from the tv in ipod mode or you can plug it in from the front lower left oped lid and plug and play

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