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If your phone has a stereo headphone jack and your receiver has a standard AUX input, you can use a mini-headphone-to-RCA plug adaptor cord. I have included a link just to show a picture; I am not endorsing nor recommending the seller or the product. Belkin Audio Cable Splitter 1 Mini Plug 2 RCA Plugs 6 feet
Okay on the bracket # 1 is positive, 2 is negative, 3 is positive and 4 is negative. Now the rca cable The copper wire is negative and the shielded wire is positive. Hope is this helps. please rate. thank you.
You should just have an aux input. Depending on what that connector is ( RCA? Qtr inch? Screw terminals? ) will decide what cable because it will be 1/8th output of iPod ( headphone jack ) to the aux in. If it's the screw on terminals you can take a headphone cable and cut and strip 1 end off Tip is Left Ring is Right and sleeve is ground. Or you mat need eigth inch to dual RCA (most likely this is the case).
You can use a cable with a 1/8-inch mini stereo plug on one end and two RCA plugs on the other. Radio Shack sells one so you can see what it looks like. Plug the mini-stereo end in to the laptop's headphone jack and plug the RCA end into an open input on the Sony receiver and you'll be good to go. You'll just need to juggle the two volume settings (laptop volume and receiver) to get the best sound.
Yes, just connect a male mini-plug/2 RCA male plug adapter into the mp3 player and connect the male RCA plugs to the AUX IN on the back of the receiver. It may take several pieces to "build" the adapter, e.g. often you'll find a male mini-plug/2 female RCA adapter, so then you'd need an RCA "patch" cable with males at both ends to complete the link.
You need a cable which goes from RCA to mini jack. The mini jack goes into your ipod and the RCA cable goes into the back of the amp under input heading. Then you just need to set the amp on input via remote or manual and you should be set. Please rate this.
your laptop has an audio output jack that is 1/8 inch sterio .. your sound system likely has RCA input jacks .. you can get a cable from radio shack that has a 1/8 inch (3.5mm) sterio plug on one end and two RCA plugs on the other ..
plug the 1/8 inch jack into your computers audio output (headphone jack) .. the RCA plugs will connect to the AUX (analog) input on your sound system .. select AUX on your sterio system to select the computers input .. now you should have great sound from your computer . the computer likely provides only sterio information so the multi (7) channel feature of your sound system will have to fake it ..
using the Y adapter method (i am guessing you are using just a single stereo mini-jack cable with a mini-jack to RCA adapter) you are only sending a standard Stereo signal to the receiver. Setting 5.1 in windows is just simulating (if using Stereo) or actually mixing 5.1 if you are using analog 5.1 (3 stereo mini-jack cables going to 3 mini-jack to RCA adapters using a 6 channel DVD input). if you have a surround sound audio card i suggest using the Analog 6 channel input by using 3 stereo cables each with their only adapter.
or, if you have a Digital output (Coaxial or TOSlink [optical]) try using that.