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iPod in Your Home

Connecting an iPod to your home theater system is very simple. On the back of almost any home theater amplifier are RCA input jacks. These are red and white, which are color-coded for left- and right-side inputs. If you are connecting a CD player, for instance, you connect it to your RCA jacks named “CD Player In” or a similar naming convention.

No “iPod In” jack exists on the back of your amplifier, however, so you need to use either an AUX IN jack, or any free RCA input. It does not matter if the jack is for tape or CD, they only refer to what setting you need to make on your amplifier to listen to the music or sound input coming through that jack.


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