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Connecting an Ipod Nano

Could someone direct me to a cable that will allow me to connect my Nano directly to the front hole (lower right side)

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Re: Connecting an Ipod Nano


Use the link above for a whole slew of them. Their called Auxiliary cables or AUX cables for short.

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Can i hook this up directly to an ipod,or do i have to use one of those radio frequency things?

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If It was me, I would just spend the money on a stereo with a usb port. Then you can connect your Ipod directly to the cd player and operate your Ipod playlist with the cd player itself. Plug it in throw your Ipod in a cubby hole and use the cd player.

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Best regards, Zhenya.

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