The Bose SoundDock II is a portable audio system that can connect to any audio device. If you own an iPod or other dockable media player, you can plug it directly into the SoundDock itself for a pure digital sound. AM/FM radios and other non-dockable players can send an analogue signal through an aux cable, enabling multiple people at once to listen to a single portable device.
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Things you need
- 1/8-inch aux cable
Plug one end of the aux cable into the "Headphones" or "Line Out" jack on the radio, and turn the volume on the radio up all the way.
Plug the other end of the aux cable into the "Audio Input" jack on the SoundDock.
Press "Play/Pause" if you have a docked iPod currently playing. This allows the radio to play through the system while the iPod charges.
Use the "Volume Up" and "Volume Down" buttons on the SoundDock to control volume.
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