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Can I use an Ipod through this equipment?

I would like to play my Ipod through the amplifier but there doesn't seem to be an auxiliary inwards socket.

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U can buy a connector from shop. Otherwise u can modificate a headset plug in cable n a amplifi plug in cable. it's easy i've always do the same with my mp3. Headset cable got 3 wire inside t ground is brown 2other wire can connect 2gether amplif cable got 2 wire, 1 is black or brown it's a ground t other is red. Just connect it 2gether. It's work for me. Keep trying. It's better than spend 20bucks buy a connector. Good luck

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