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Re: CAN I USE SA-GX130 RECIEVER WITH IPOD
Yes, you can. Go to a local electronics store or go online and buy a cable (we used to call them patch cords back in the day) with a 1/8" STEREO plug, (also called a mini phone plug) on one end and two phono plugs (also called RCA plugs) on the other end. They're available in various lengths -- 12" is a good choice. We're talking less than $10 here.
Connect the RCA plugs into an appropriate pair of unused INPUT jacks on the back of your receiver -- CD, VCR1, Tape Monitor/VCR2 will do. DO NOT use the phono jacks. The red plug is for the right channel. You can leave the cable plugged in. Then whenever you want to listen to your iPod, insert the mini phone plug into the iPod's earphone jack, switch the receiver to the input for the cable, and start playing. You may have to increase the volume on your iPod to avoid having to turn the receiver all the way up (or down) to listen, but after that you can use the receiver's volume control.
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<p>An iPod can store hundreds of songs makes it an ideal source
for music on your car. Buy an adapter is the easiest and cheapest way to
connect your iPod to your car stereo system. Do you know which adapter fits you
best and know how to use the first steps to expand their musical possibilities.
<p>Tape deck <br />
<p>1. Buy an iPod adapter cassette player, if your car has a
cassette player. This is one of the easiest and cheapest way to get your iPod
to play music from a car radio. A cassette adapter is shaped like a tape with a
wire connected to an end. <br />
<p>2. For a cassette adapter or a store of electronic music in
good standing. This adapter is relatively easy to find and can usually be
purchased for less than $ 20. <br />
<p>3. Slide the cassette tape in the car. Take the end of the
cable and connect the headset to your iPod. Select a song to your iPod and
press the "Play". Be sure to order the car stereo's cassette player. <br />
<p>FM Transmitter <br />
<p>1. Purchase an FM transmission adapter if your car has a
cassette player. This type of adapter connects to both your iPod headphone jack
or car cigarette lighter and stream music via FM radio signal. <br />
<p>2. In an FM adapter to send any electronics store. This
adapter is a little more expensive than a cassette adapter. Make sure you have
an FM transmitter instead, for many FM stations broadcast from a transmitter
can only be transmitted to a unit to buy. This gives you more options when
you're in certain areas where FM stations are vague or nonexistent. <br />
<p>3. Connect the FM transmitter for the iPod to a lighter
(depending on model purchased). Turn on your car's FM radio and find a channel
that is unoccupied. Adjust the transmitter to the channel number exactly the
same and then to match the iPod. For example, 99.1 FM if you find a free
channel in your area, the FM transmitter on 99.1 reading. Connect the iPod and
press "Play." <br />
<p>Extra- <br />
<p>1. Purchase an additional cable if your car has an auxiliary
input panel. This type of iPod adapter is one of the easiest ways for your iPod
to play music in the car. <br />
<p>2. Find a reputable shop and buy an electronic overhead.
This type of iPod adapter is usually sold for about $ 10. <br />
<p>3. Connect the cable to the extra auxiliary input on the
dashboard of your car and plug it into the iPod headphone jack. Make sure the
sound of the car is in standby mode. Select a number and press the
"Play" button on the iPod to the music to start. <br />
<p>The manufacturer offers two radios Bose iPod connection kit
to connect an iPod to the radio. You can purchase the kit to connect the wave
or acoustic wave connect kit. Both kits come with a USB audio connection, an
iPod dock for iPod, a battery that plugs into the wall and a remote control to
use the iPod while in dock. Download all the upgrades to your iPod through
Apple's website before connecting a Bose radio. <br />
<p>1. Connect one end of the audio cable is included with the
connection kit for iPod "Aux In" on the back of the Bose radio. <br />
<p>2. Connect the other end of the audio cable to the
"Audio Out" on the back of the iPod dock. <br />
<p>3. Connect the adapter to an outlet connection kit. Connect
the other end of the battery to the "DC Power" on the back of the
iPod dock. <br />
<p>4. Set the iPod dock on the right side of the face of Bose
radio out. Align the IR sensor on the front of the iPod dock with the IR sensor
on the front of the Bose radio. <br />
<p>5. Place the iPod firmly in iPod dock. Point the remote at
the IR sensor, iPod dock. Press the "iPod" for the iPod <br />
Try manually connecting to your network. Stand as close to the router as you can, and keep the wifi reciever pointed at it.
Alternatively, just go to somewhere in your house where you know you have a GOOD connection (closer to your router, the better), and press the power button once (to put into standby). Press it again to bring up the lockscreen, and wait. Repeat this until the wifi bar appears in your statusbar.
use the aux lite input on the rear of the reciever. If it is a 3.5mm plug, you will need an extension with both ends male. One end in the aux port, on your head unit, the other end in the headphone jack of the ipod.
If it is RCA Aux lite, you need an rca-to-3.5mm adapter. Either item should be relatively cheap. $4-$5 USD
Your in luck! (I almost thought this couldn't be done with a shuffle) There is an adapter that should allow you to connect your shuffle with the standard Yamaha ipod accessory. The adapter can be found at: