Question about Sony STR-DE595 5-Channel Amplifier

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I purchased an adapter for the mini jack - based on the sales associate advice - to connect my 3G iphone into my Sony DE595 headphone port. I decided to dbl check here before I plug it in. I see I should/could use a mini jack with two RCA cables. Is the mini jack cable - with new larger adapter to fit head phone jack on front of DE595 not an option after all? Any help would be great. My stereo, speakers, and dvd player have been in storage for 3 years ... its been a while and information is dated and limited. Thanks.

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  • nichol_simon Sep 30, 2010

    Ah ... since the headphone jack (on DE595 is for output) ... and my iphone is input ... safer not try this and get the mini jack with RCA cable.

  • Anonymous Sep 30, 2010

    get the mini jack with (2) RCA cable and use those ports.
    a headphone is for output - not input.
    solved myself - thanks

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Dont do it.
The jack on your phone is an Output. So is the headphone jack.
You need a stereo mini plug to (2) RCA type male plugs.
Then plug that into the AUX or CD jacks in the rear of the Sony

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