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How do i connect an ipod to my sony str-de310 receiver

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All you need is a cable with the appropriate plugs at each end. The iPod takes a 1/8-inch mini stereo plug (same kind as the headphones you plug in) and the receiver needs RCA plugs for the right and left channel inputs. Radio Shack sells one, and you can see what you need from the photo. Just connect the iPod's headphone jack to an available input on the receiver and select that source. You'll need to juggle the volume settings on both; I suggest starting with the iPod volume about halfway up and then adjust the receiver for a comfortable level from the speakers.

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Connecting to a home stereo

  1. For most home stereo systems, connect iPod to your amplifier's sound input using a 3.5 mm mini stereo to RCA adapter cable.
  2. Adjust the volume on iPod to less than half to prevent overdriving your amplifier. Adjust the listening volume using your stereo's controls.

    Note: Depending on your stereo, iPod may need to be set higher than half in order to get a proper volume through external speakers.
http://support.apple.com/kb/ht2167

Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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Our Sony STR-DE310 displays the message "Protected" and will not operate. We have not used it for awhile, but it worked finte the last time.

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SOURCE: Sony Receiver STR-DE310 flashing "PROTECT'

Replacing ouput transistors and probably a couple of resistors is best left up to a repair shop. The entire main board needs to be removed to access the solder side of the board, many screws and several connectors.

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hey painkiller.. :)

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gotta love black sabboth :)

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