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How and where to connect an AUX source (e.g. MP3 player)?

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Cassete players do not have Aux Inputs.
You will need to use an FM Modulator type Aux device that will broadcast to a radio station preset on your radio.

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Posted on Dec 11, 2009

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Look for a manual for your radio player on the web. Usually some older model radio's have the aux input on the rear of the radio player. Best place to start would be getting a user manual for the radio - Good Luck

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