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I have four Technics HDV separates; Radio, Amp,

I have four Technics HDV 600 separates; Radio, Amp, CD/DVD and cassette player. I want to be able to play my I-Pod through the speakers. I have been using a radio transmitter but would prefer a better quality of sound. Is there something I can add to my system so that I can connect my I-Pod?

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Here is good solution using the earphone jack
It is a headphone to rca stero connector, you can purchase these anywhere electronic cables are sold.
Radio Shack/Best Buy/Fys electronics..etc
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