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I want to adapt my 30gb Ipod to my Teac AG-D8900 receiver

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  • igrono May 18, 2009

    I tried the adapter I have (Red and White RCA jacks to Ipod headphone jack) in all the audio jacks and it doesn't work. It worked on other receivers

  • igrono May 18, 2009

    I would like to adapt my 30GB Ipod to my Teac AG-D8900 receiver. I tried R & L red and white RCA plugs from the headphone output in the Ipod in the different audio jacks and it did not work

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If this worked on other players but not the Teac, try using other input jacks on the receiver. Also make sure the receiver is on the correct input channel.
Otherwise I would try another cable.
You can also try using another device with the receiver to figure out if it's the ipod, wires, or bad input jacks on receiver. If it's the inputs on receiver, new capacitors will have to be installed.

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Hi,

You need to plug the cable from your iPod into a L and R audio jack, forget the video jack. I recommend using a spare set of jacks on the rear of your receiver. Jacks on the front are typically used for video devices that you do not want to be a permanent part of your system (like a camcorder - one video jack, one jack each for L and R audio).

P.S. You will get the best audio quality from your iPod if you go out of the line-out jack in the dock. Going out of the headphone jack on the iPod provides inferior results. Thanks

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