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Audio in/out jack . . .

Do you know if this unit (bought in 2004) has an audio jack in the back of the unit? there isn't one in the front and I want to know if I can run a cord out under the unit for my ipod. . . .thanks

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There is an aux in on the rear. It will require a 3.5mm to rca cable.

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