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I just bought the dynex stereo audio cable for mp3 and their is a faint hiss in the background, but more annoying is the volume level. I have the car radio and my ipod turned up to the max and its not very loud. If you're on the interstate you can't really hear it. Should that be the case. The radio on its own is much louder.

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Any 1/8" cable will do. You can get them from anywhere from RadioShack to WalMart. I believe this cable has some sort of damage or is defective. Return it asap because hissing should not happen. I worked at RadioShack over a year, this should do the trick.

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