The interior of the Aux Input Jack is loose and will not grip the plug. I use this for my MP3 player and now it will only play one channel, crack and pop or nothing at all. How do you replace the Aux Input Jack?
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The answer is yes, but the ease of doing so will vary. If the unit has an auxiliary input all you will need is a 3.5 millimeter to stereo RCA plug adapter. If it does not have an aux in then it gets more complicated, but it can be done. Do a little digging on the internet for an old cassette adapter. These were used in years gone by to allow the playing of a portable CD player through a cassette deck. The adapter looks just like a cassette, but it has a wire coming off of it with a 3.5 millimeter plug on the end. It will allow you play the I-Pod through the cassette deck just like a portable CD player.
No. The aux audio level input is much higher than the microphone output (about 100 times). That's why when you connect the microphone at the aux input (assuming that you have the right jack adaptors) your voice can't be heared ty the speakers (in fact if you scream or speak loudly at the microphone it's possible to hear something in very low volume from the speakers). But there is a solution. If you desperetely need that function, you can buy a "microphone preamplifier", that's the way you can ask for, at your local market. Post for any help.
I'm not familiar with that particular model, but unless there is an input jack on the back, the note on the unit means that if you burn a cd on a computer,to play using this unit, you don't have to convert the songs to standard music format as you would with an older boombox, but you can leave them in MP3 format and fit many many songs on the CD, and the boombox will still play them.
So....You must burn the songs from your ipod to a cd, in MP3 format, and the box will play them.