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My ALPINE radio says that is i pod ready. how does that work

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Your Alpine is Ipod ready meaning once you get the Ipod cable you can control an Ipod through your radio. It plugs into the back of your radio and then the other end you plug into your Ipod. You can probably buy an Ipod cable from where ever you bought your radio or any other Alpine dealer. I hope I could help.
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