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AUX slots What si the difference between AUX 1 and AUX 2? I plugged a Y adapter into the rear of the unit, and played my ipod but there was no connection. Are those white and red plugs spaces for that Y adapter? And if so what AUX should i use?

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  • aer612 Mar 07, 2008

    thanks again. So AUX 1 should be the front input, right?

  • dinix Mar 20, 2008

    i pluged my device in but have no connection of no sort.i was wonderin what mode should the radio be in to get mt mp3 player to work.

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Hello..i think that.aux in this case is an output..you can try this through connecting your amplifier to any of the aux outputs... and play a cd ,sorry..good luck ..Ron.

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  • lars ahlsen Mar 07, 2008

    hello again...if you have a home theatre amplifier you can connect aux 1...to main..."front" input but depending on the amplifier you must know what other in/outputs you have like an bass module or satelites it's not so clear..but it's just to try what happens,just remember to keep volume off when connecting...and if you want to play your ipod via the amplifier than you can maybe use video or tape inputs of your amplifier...do not use the "phono" input..tat's for vinyl...good luck..Ron

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