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MP3 connection to receiver

I have a basic question. Can a MP3 player connect to the Technics EX 800 receiver? My receiver is probably 10 years old.

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  • Don Schwartz Jun 02, 2007

    My receiver has input/out put for TV, DVD, Tape, CD, VCR,VDP, and surround/speakers. Can I connect to one of these for my "line in" jack?

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Absolutely! any audio device using wires can. connect the RCA plugs into the back of the Technics "LINE IN" jacks...the MP3 end may be a 1/8" mini stereo plug (widely available complete cord)

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