I want to connect my ipod to the Onkyo with a stereo cable like I do in my car. Currently I am playing it through the FM antenna with a freq converter on the ipod. It would be nice to be able to eliminate the interference... Any help would be appreciated.
I connect my iPod to my Onkyo using a stereo cable with mini-plug on one end and RCA L&R outs on the other. Just plug the RCA plugs into the AUX or TAPE IN on the Onkyo, and the stereo mini plug into the iPod and play as usual.
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I'm not aware of Onkyo having made a receiver model TX-DS565. Perhaps there's a typo in your message? Did you instead mean Onkyo model TX-DS595? Google search and Remotes.com has listings for the remote for TX-DS595.
Yes it is. The easiest way to go about this is to get a stereo mini male to left and right male rca cable. Connect the stereo mini end into your ipod, and the left and right male RCA end into an available input on your reciever. Change the input on the reciever to correspond with the input you connected to. Ensure your ipod is powered on and playing with the volume turned up. This set up will play through your reciever but will not charge your ipod. If you want it to charge while playing, than you will need to get a dock.
u need this (search ebay.com)also u can make this cable easily.
3.5mm Mini Plug to 2-RCA Stereo Audio
Cable. plug 2 RCA jacks to (Aux in)socket on your Receiver,3.5mm Minijack to your Laptop's speaker out.select AUX input on your Receivers Remote .
The surround processing portion of the unit has a problem. In either stereo or direct mode, the digital procesing is bypassed. This could be just the surround processing IC, but that IC may not be available as a separate part. I would suggest that you bring this unit to an authorized Onkyo service center for an estimate.
Thanks for the information. I know a place that has all types of cables. The cable is not a difficult one to create but they may already have one available. Cables of this type are usually given to me without charge. If this is the route you wish to take please let me know.