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Can i hook up an i pod to an amp

I hooked up my ipod to my amp i just bought it is a vra2.0 amp just like you would with regular head phones? when i do there is no sound. i was just wondering if that would work

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  • lydellsanche Jan 16, 2009

    yeah thats what i have and did it the same way you just said. still it dose not work do you think it is the amp or something else.

  • kailuakona Jan 27, 2009

    how make the instalation .. do you have manual

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You really cant hook it to a car amp what you could do though is buy a cable that one end has one input point (like headphones) the other end of cabel has the white and yellow like what you would plug into a dvd player, Plug the yellow and white end to the back of your cd player in your car under the input spot. Then with your amp hooked up the sound will play through it

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