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Cables with RCA on one end and Mp3 Player 3.5 mm connector other.

Where can I find the cable to connect a Mp3 player to the unit?

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Try looking at radio shack for the cable. If not there you might try MCM Electronics on the web. If you have any soldering experience I know radio shack carries the parts to make one yourself.

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