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HOW CAN I HOOK UP MY IPOD TO MY RECEIVER

HOW CAN I HOOK UP MY IPOD TO MY RECEIVER

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Use a phono to RCA stereo jack (pic below) and hook one end to the head phone jack on your ipod and the other ends to your amplifier aux or tape input and adjust the volume to low on the ipod - select the input on the stereo - Aux or tape in.
You'll need this type of cable
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