Question about JBL MR-4 AM / FM / CD 180 Watts Marine Receiver
Can i hook my mp3 converter to these aux inputs and how do i get to aux on stereo
Yes you can hook up your mp3 to an aux input on a stereo not sure what you mean by converter typically it is done through a 3.5mm - 3.5mm standard audio cable. and in order to do this your reciever must have an aux input of course and if so then you can toggle the mode of input by pressing the Mode or button that switches from radio to cd etc or consult with your users manual to find out how to switch and if aux input method is supported
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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