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I would like to run my tascam CD-GT guitar trainer through the speakers. Does the aux. speaker inputs above the antena connections have volume control through the stereo?

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Hi Gargoyle005,

Most Aux jacks have a base level, other then adjusting the level on the trainer your would have to control the volume with the standard volume controls.

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