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How can I hook up my Ipod to the radio system inexpensively

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If you don't have a cassette player, you can purchase an ipod/RCA adapter cable for about $10 and plug it into your aux inputs in the rear. The cable has one end that fits into your ipod headphone plug and the other end is a white and red pair of plugs (called RCA plugs)that will plug into the rear inputs.

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You can buy a cassette adapter for ipod. It is basically acts like an AUX output. You can get this very cheap in US stores.

http://www.amazon.com/Belkin-Cassette-Adapter-Players-Laptops/dp/B0000AOWVC

Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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