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Connecting a laptop to car sound speakers

HI...I was wondering if it was possible to connect my laptop to the IPOD socket in the car in order to get the sound while watching a DVD on my laptop transmitted to the car speakers.......

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Maybe , that is what i a asking, i don't know

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Then finally if that doesn't work or you feel that either do to time, money or both it's not worth replacing the cords. You can always replace the speakers outright.

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