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I have a p2500 and its great. Can I connect my red and white audio cord attached to my ipod to the red/white jacks on back of radio? then listen thru aux?

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Those cables are for audio out only you need an IP Bus adapter to connect the AUX input. the CDRB20 or CDRB10 is what you need. the CDRB20 allows for more inputs as well such as CD changers, and XM radio tuners.

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