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SEEMS LIKE YOU ARE TRYING TO PLUG INTO THE HEADPHONES JACK AT THE FRONT ! NO GOOD . YOU NEED TO HAVE STEREO ON. AND USE AUX. TO DO THIS pLUG IN YOUR MP3 PLAYER WITH 3.5 STEREO JACK OTHER END BACK OF STEREO INTO AUX. RED AND WHITE RCA PLUGS. THIS LEAD COSTS LESS THAN $7.00 AND THE SOUND IS VERY LOUD THEN. ! I DID IT MYSELF AND AM HAPPY WITH IT .
All you need to get them to play is a "dock" and a 3.5mm Jack to two RCA phono plugs lead.
The Jack goes into the headphone output and the RCA's go into any spare socket on the back of the unit IE tape/cd.
Infact you just need the lead, plug it into the headphone output of the Ipod or MP3 player. But the dock will keep the battery charged and you get a remote with the dock, so you don't need to get out of your chair, to operate the player.
hi , instade of going thru USB, just plug a stereo RC pin to the Headphone socket of the iPod and the other RC connectors to the line in of the stereo system, play the Ipod, u can now hear it from ur steroe system.let me know