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How do i connect my sandisk clip to play through my sony hifi speakers

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You need to connect the Sandisk unit to an AUX or TAPE INPUT on your amplifier, then the amplier will amplify the sound to the speakers. You could also use an amplied set of speakers from a computer.

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