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I pod connection

Can i simply connect my ipod to the brain of my Alpine cva-1005?? Do i have to get the Alpine KCA-121B which will allow me to play my i pod but not my cd changer. I actually already connected the ipod straight into the brain but i don't think it sounded the same???

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You can just use an RCA to 3.5mm (headphone) cord in one of the AUX inputs. It will sound fine, you just can't control it from the radio that way.

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