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Does anyone make RCA Phono -> iPod Connectors?

Asked by bpeoples (2546points) August 17th, 2008

Looking to input line audio to the ipod, and would rather not build it myself if I have to, and don’t want to go through a random series of cables to do it.

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jrpowell's avatar

Go to Radio Shack (or any store that sells electronics). The cables are around 6 bucks. Paying 30 for one is insane.

wilhel1812's avatar

Yeah, that’s true.

bpeoples's avatar

Nope—other way around!

I have an audio source that I want to record with the ipod, not playing the ipod through another source.

Try again? =)

wilhel1812's avatar

what type of ipod is this? New ipods cant do this…

bpeoples's avatar

You’re right! I’m amazed they took out the function, but it works with my iPod nano running PodLinux:

This turns out to be what I want: http://home.swipnet.se/ridax/connector.htm?connadpt.htm

(click on iPod Line in/out adapters about halfway down on the left)

Apparently some mfgs have made devices in the past: http://www.jr.com/macally/pe/MCY_IVOICEPRO/

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