How to Connect Laptop to Bose iPod Station?

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There's also an auxiliary jack for bringing Bose sound to your DVD/CD player, MP3 players, or other portable devices. You can connect to the sound dock via headphone Jack cable- if you have the newer generation sound dock portable- there is an aux Jack on back.
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Answer - Use an 1/8 mini to RCA cable Connecting an iPod or any other MP3 player to a Bose 3-2-1 is very simple. You will need an 1/8 inch mini (3.5mm) to stereo RCA cable such as
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If the dock has an aux port that looks like your headphones jack on your laptop then you can. You just need a cable with two male 3.5 mm ends. Or in English it needs to plug into
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