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Ipod sound through home entertainment

I am attempting to connect my Ipod through home entertainment system. I have purchased the connectors from Best Buy and connected them to the Yamaha receiver.

How do I get the sound to come through the Home entertainment system? What selection do I make on my Yamaha remote? V-Aux?

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Get a stereo to phono cord.
connect the stereo pin to the ipod (ear pin) and connect the phono cord the the input section of the home theatre.
after all this just put on everything and start the music on the ipod.
if it does not come just increase the volume of your home theatre.

hope to hear favourably from u.
thank u and good luck.
have a nice day.

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

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