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Connecting ipod to bose system

I have a Bose 3·2·1® GS home entertainment system.  I would like to connect my ipod to it.  I have a single output wire that splits to a stereo split cord, but it doesn't come out with full sound.  It's pretty much only half stereo sound.  Is there a specific wire that I should be using?  Any other possibilities?

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Look at the back of your 3-2-1 to see if the auxillary is a single or dual output. You will need that information when you go to Radio Shack, or you can also get at the Apple store, a connector from Gigaware that connects to the ipod. It was only $15-$20,

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