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Where does the cables from the cd player connect to.

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Depends on the capabilities of the device you're connecting it to.

Typically, the analog Audio Out RCA cables would go to any corresponding Line Level input; the coaxial- or optical-digital audio would go to any compatible connectors on the receiving unit.

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