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Old April 11th, 2013, 04:41 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by BATLWGN View Post
This my seem like a stupid question, but I am thinking about diving into the realm of some vintage receiver and home stereo equipment and some of my music is in digital format. Is there any harm in hooking up, say my cell phone/laptop/iPod type device, via RCA jacks to the tape/phono/aux on older stuff?
Nope. It will work just fine on the input for 'tape deck'.

I'd avoid using the 'turntable' input because some of those were a low level input for magnetic cartridges. Probably won't hurt the stereo, but it will sound crappy and might hurt the speakers if the volume is up too high.
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