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Aux where can i find the aux input, iam planning to connect my ipod thru the aux. what cable do i need? pls help

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If it has aux its probably going to be right on the front, its most likely mini-din, the same connector used for headphones and pc speakers, youll need a mini-din to mini-din cable, also known as an audio cable, you can get the mcheap at radio shack usualy, its a cable that allows a pc subwoofer to be hooked up to the pc's audio card, with this just turn you ipod on and control it as normal while the deck is set to aux and you should hear your ipod. some decks have actual ipod connectors that work differntly but I personaly don't know much about them, I have the mini-din connector, and an ipod shuffle

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