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To plug the sistem in Ipod...

Wants cables the system have?
only one? I can connect with all speakers working?

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  • NightDemon Jan 26, 2008

    the sbs450 have 1 unique plugin audio in.. to all satellites and sub..
    or i need a special cable to do this?
    because my ipod(classic.. photo) have a unique stereo minijack
    sorry by my english n i have none expirience with soundround systems

  • NightDemon Jan 26, 2008

    rly tanks
    im not buy the equipament yet becuase i wonder if it would work



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Hello there

First things first:
1) you can use all speakers with the iPod..
2) what kind of iPod is? Nano? Shuffle? Classic? iTouch?
3) use regular iPod connector to place on right jack.
good luck

Posted on Jan 26, 2008

  • Carlos L. Burgos
    Carlos L. Burgos Jan 26, 2008


    You should not have problems with the speakers then, your iPod will do well , and sound on all speakers, I test that here at home with my iTouch, and work fine with the only 1 jack connector.

    you should be fine.

  • Carlos L. Burgos
    Carlos L. Burgos Jan 26, 2008


    Hope I can help in the future.

    good day

    Carl "Open Sky"



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