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I have a JVC FS2000 stereo. I want to play my IPOD/MP3 system

I notice that it has an auxilary/tape button. Can I connect the system to an IPOD? If so, what are the steps?

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You'll need a RCA to mini jack cable and plug it in the line-in of your device!

Click here for a picture of this kind of cables: http://www.graficall.nl/Productimages/5781P.jpg.

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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