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Connect a CD Player to the Peavey XR600 Amp

I would like to connect a CD player (jam box) to this amp. What cables and type of CD player will work in order to accomplish this task?

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Go to radio shack and get1-3-ft. radioshack gold series RCA A/V CABLE NUMBER(15-3030) OR(15-3031) IT DEPENDS TO DISTANCE BETWEEN PLAYER AND AMP.(ANY AUDIO CABLES WILL SOLVE THIS PROBLEM BUT GOOD QUALITY MEANS BETTER RESULT.

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