Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Yes....most audio receivers have similar input connections for DVD, MP3, TV's and if you're "old school" like me, turntables and cassette decks as well. An easy way to purchase a new and/or equivalent unit is to Google your current unit, print out front and rear panel photo's and take those with you to your local electronic outlet. Stores where sales staff are NOT on commission occasionally include "lackluster" staff members BUT they're not notorious for overselling either.
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