Question about Sony DAV-X1 System
The simplest solution would be connect the headphone jack on the iPod to the stereo audio inputs (RCA) to your home theater. So you need a cable that is "stereo phono mini jack" on one end (into iPod headphone jack), and then Y-splits into two RCA connectors on the other end (into L and R audio in on the receiver).
The expensive Apple-endorsed Monster-branded version can be found at http://store.apple.com/us/product/TN983LL/A#overview for $30, but you can get the same thing at Radio Shack for $7.
Set the iPod volume to less than ~80% and then control the volume using your receiver. You have to use the iPod menu to select music.
Posted on May 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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