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Is there a way of connecting my ipod to my sherwood cd player?

I have a pair of 250w KAM speakers hooked up to a power amp which i would like to play my ipod through. The only thing i have linked to the amp though is a sherwood CDC - 5090R 5 disc cd player. Is there a way of playing my ipod through the cd player, as i cant see any aux output on it.

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The answer isn't with the CD player, it's with the amp.
Does the amp have selectable inputs, or does it just have one input for each channel?

If it's a simple power amp, then you'll have to unplug the CD player and connect your iPod to the amp inputs. I'm guessing that the CD player connects to the amp with RCA (phono) connectors like these ones.
If that's the case, you can get a cable (like this one at Radio Shack, but any office supply store will have one too) to connect your iPod to the amp.


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