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Can connect a ipod to pld2000

Just wondering if you can connect a ipod to the pld2000 system? thanks

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Yes you can connect it

http://www.eseelectronics.com/html/pld2000sec.html#
does the back look like this?

if so then go to ebay or any other electronics shop and buy a ipod cable

3.5mm jack >>>>>> phono jack (red, white)

with this connect the phono jacks to the audio in, in AUX 1 and select AUX 1 on the system and plug in your ipod to the 3.5mm jack and play

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