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Old 02-22-2010, 09:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a small stereo system that doesn't necessarily say AUXILIARY on it but how can i plug my bberry into an outlet so i can use it as an mp3 utilizing the speaker system within the unit. there are some outlets such as headphone, another outlet for another cd player, there are speaker outlets red and white on the back of the system. I thought i may have to do something on the bberry. i have the proper size cord but maybe i need an adapter. any help thanks.
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If you have an older stereo system it might not have the right input. But newer ones likely have some auxiliary in that that's a similar plug to the plug on the BB. Basically both ends of the cord look the same.

Otherwise you'll need an adapter that takes the headset out on the BB to what sounds like RCA plugs on the back.

Something like this cord:
6 feet Stereo 3.5mm Y-RCA for iPod/MP3/PC

Although if you took pics of the back and front then posted it, someone should be able to figure out what it'll take.
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okay thanks- i am using it for spin class and have an older system. I just sent the picture to my media tech to see if she has that cord. thanks for your help and hopefully it will work.
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