Question about JVC RX-554V Receiver
Ipod...^.^ you can use a fm transmitter that you can buy from an ipod store, or you can use a audio cable ussually used in audio- video connection to a television set or hdtv sets. if you are trying to use a tape input-output, try it first in some devices. such as an cd player or walkman. if these works in two speakers maybe the plug is not compatible to your ipod. or maybe you bought an mono tape input-output instead or stereo type.
you can see if its an mono or stereo, by looking at the plug if it has two black lines it is an stereo if it's just one, that is mono.
hope I helped you with your problem..
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
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