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Panasonic rx dt680

I would liie to add an aux in line in function. Can anyone help?

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The built in CD is just a player not a recorder and the unit does not have line level outputs to run to an external CD recorder so the answer is unfortunately "no". You could use the high level speaker outputs and "pad" down the outputs to line level using a pair of potentiometers, one for each the left and right channels, if you have any electronic wiring knowledge.

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Sorry I tried and searched the web for anything i could about this product. All I could find is current or a little older models. nothing that even resembles what your looking for. My only suggestion would be if you live in a large city put an add for one in the want adds.
Ive tried to even find a website where you could post like a want add to buy from someone thier old Panasonic fm/lw/mw/sw radio stereo cassette recorder,model no.RX-5150LS so you could part it out but no luck on that either.

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