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can you hook up a MP3 player to home stereo

by mmfan / August 18, 2006 10:35 PM PDT

just looking for info on this sub, I have no clue about MP3 players, all new to me.

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(NT) (NT) Yes. In short, audio out to audio in...
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 18, 2006 11:52 PM PDT
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yup!
by Tyger210 / August 19, 2006 12:01 AM PDT

You shouldn't have a problem hooking up your player to your home system. What you need to do is to check what type of input sockets your system has & then go down to your local dealer & ask the nice man which cable to buy!


I don't own a system at present, so I hook up to dynamic speakers when at home, but I recently took my player on holiday, along with a portable DVD player. It seemed a bit silly to take seperate speakers, so I bought a suitable cable to plug into the back of the DVD player, & everything worked fine.

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yup!
by Tyger210 / August 19, 2006 12:22 AM PDT

You shouldn't have a problem hooking up your player to your home system. What you need to do is to check what type of input sockets your system has & then go down to your local dealer & ask the nice man which cable to buy!


I don't own a system at present, so I hook up to dynamic speakers when at home, but I recently took my player on holiday, along with a portable DVD player. It seemed a bit silly to take seperate speakers, so I bought a suitable cable to plug into the back of the DVD player, & everything worked fine.

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yep
by Frankgsdsfadf / September 5, 2006 12:56 PM PDT

use a cord that has two ends to it, like a two headed snake:one yellow and one red. Then hook it up through your headphone jack.

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