Question about Audio Players & Recorders
What you want to get is a "stereo to RCA" cable. What this is is a cable that plugs into the headphone output on your player, and then plugs into the red and white left and right inputs on the back of the boom box. Go to radio shack and ask for it, they will know what you mean. It shouldn't be more than ten bucks if its not "high quality gold plated" or something like that.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
Usually there is an AUX input you can use. You will need to have a cable that will connect the output jack of the MP3 player to the input connector on the shelf system. You can also use any of the selectable inputs, such as tape or cd as long as there are connectors on the back of the system for those.
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