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Is there a lead you can buy so i can connect my ipod to an amplifier

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Yes just connect the one below to the headphone socket of the I-Pod.

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On the iPod, (or the Doc) is a 3,5 mm socket, where the earphone or speakers go in. On your Amplifier, are two gulp entrys, called line input. Just use (perhaps you still have to buy one) a cable from 3,5 mm Stereo, to 2 tulip plugs to connect both. Then when playing, test the volume you should put the iPod top, so your amp can handle he signal and the sound through the speakers sounds good. Then use the volume knob on the amp to fine adjust.
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Can I use an Ipod through this equipment?

U can buy a connector from shop. Otherwise u can modificate a headset plug in cable n a amplifi plug in cable. it's easy i've always do the same with my mp3. Headset cable got 3 wire inside t ground is brown 2other wire can connect 2gether amplif cable got 2 wire, 1 is black or brown it's a ground t other is red. Just connect it 2gether. It's work for me. Keep trying. It's better than spend 20bucks buy a connector. Good luck

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Is there a lead you can buy so i can connect my ipod to an amplifier

Yes all you need is a 3.5mm plug (the same as a headphone plug) to two RCA phono plugs. The 3.5mm plug goes into the headphone socket of your i-pod. The RCA's got into an aux imput of your amp.

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I have a roland keyboard mixing amplifier, KC-550. With an ipod plugged in, its only playing one channel, regardless of which channel I plug into, and the keyboard is also not sounding full. Not sure if...

The KC-550 is a MONAURAL amp and since the Ipod emits STEREO you have to use a special cable to MIX both the left and right from the Ipod into a single, monaural signal.

You can MAKE a cheapy mixer that will serve your purpose by using a series resistor, say 1K from each of the two Ipod output channels to go to the single mono input to the KC-550.

I would build it this way: Find an old IPOD cable or any 1/8 inch stereo cable and seperate the two wires and the shield. In a 1/4 inch plug, connect the shield from the Ipod cable to the shield (barrel sleeve) of the 1/4 inch plug. Connect one lead of each of TWO 1K resistors to the TIP connection of the 1/4 inch plug. Connect each of the two signal leads from the Ipod to the two remaining floating resistor leads. Insulate the splices.

DON'T forget to put the shell for the 1/4 inch plug over the cable before connecting the cable to the 1/4 inch jack. All parts should be readily available at Radio Shack.

I don't know that I have ever seen a suitable ready made mixer cable for this function.

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I want to connect an ipod to pioneer A109 amplifier

go to radio shack near you and buy an audio adapter
connect the small plug to the ipod and the others two ends to amp line in or aux in.

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Playing ipod on sony str-de595 receiver

You need a 3.5mm mini jack coupler lead with phono plugs on end plug one end into your headphone output on ipod and phonos into your amp lead must be stereo

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