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Hooking it up to my computer

Where the heck is the auxiliary option on this? Or how do I hook it up

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I couldn't find any documenttaion on this unit but...

Auxillary is for any 2-channel line level audio input device (they're sort of standard) EXCEPT Phono or turntable. Attach whatever you want to it.

Posted on Jul 04, 2010

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