The iPod is a portable media player sold by Apple. As of August 2010, Apple offers four versions of the iPod: the iPod Classic, iPod Touch, iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle. The iPod can hold from 2 gigabytes (GB) of media files to 160 GB of media files, depending on the model and memory configuration of the iPod device. All iPod models have a standard 3.5-millimetre headphone jack that you can use as an audio output for the purpose of connecting your iPod to a stereo amplifier.
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Things you need
- 3.5-millimetre mini stereo to RCA adaptor cable
Attach the single-wire end of the adaptor cable to the headphone jack on your iPod.
Attach the dual wire end of the adaptor cable to an available RCA input on your amplifier.
Adjust the volume on your iPod to approximately half. Power on your amplifier and select the input you attached the RCA end of the adaptor cable to. Start your iPod. Adjust the volume on the amplifier as needed.
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