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Plugging in my iPod

How can i plug my iPod into the system? I can't find a basic "AUX" function on the unit. I have bought a couple iPod adapters and can't get them to work, but I am starting to think it is user error. Where would I the input be?

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All you have to do is get a cable that on one end can connect to the headphone jack on your ipod and the other end will have the audio left and right jacks(red and white). The wire doesn't cost that much, maybe $10. Plug the two audio jacks into your Video1 connection on the back of the system and turn your receiver to Video1. That's how i play my ipod on the surround sound.

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