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I am trying to connect an I-Pod through RCA inputs located at the back of the unit. I can hear the songs from the I-POD playing, but it is extrememly weak. The manual directs us press the "DISC" button to toggle through sources, however when we hit the "Disc" button nothing happens. Any suggestions?

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Turning the Ipod's volume up may help. I had the same issue with a Sony deck in my truck and it was as simple as that! :^ )

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