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Hello Marie,
you may need to buy an audio cable or an adapter and audio cable depending on which model of iPad you have.
Any electronic store will have the cable you need. Most likely 3.5mm jack to RCA jack which you will plug into CD or MD input of the receiver and adjust the volume on your iPad.
If you have the newer model iPad you will a Lightning adapter to 3.5mm in which you plug in the 3.5mm to RCA to be connected to the input of the receiver (CD or MD)
I have included a link to the receiver's manual. Download it for Reference.
Do not hesitate to contact me, if you need further assistance.
Best of luck,

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AMP Music | Answered 8 hours ago

Hello Michelle, indicate brand, model and type of equipment you are commenting on, in order to find the best possible solution
I wait your answer
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Michelle, indica marca, modelo y tipo de equipo del que estas comentando, para poder encontrar la mejor soluci?n posible
Espero tu respuesta
Saludos Franco Dosil

AMP Music | Answered 14 hours ago

Check output via headhones - if that works try connecting outputs to amplifier i if that works.
Hold down highest sounding key whilst turning on, this initiates a factory reset. If still no sound open up check speakers are connected, if still no sound then suspect the amplifier has failed.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Jun 15, 2019

Wasn't able to find any free ones but did find this site that has the manual for $4.99;

Music | Answered on Jun 14, 2019

Google: toslink
or optical audio cable.

Best Buy has 'em.
or Home Depot.
Ebay... they're not expensive.

Boss Music | Answered on Jun 12, 2019

Personally I recommend the following set up:


This will ensure that the signal won't have any odd hiccups due to an odd pedal setup. But if you play around with different orders, you can end up with some very interested sounds.

Boss Mt 2 Metal... | Answered on Jun 12, 2019

Not sure about the serial #... but 'C' clarinets are not common.
They are slightly shorter (2" perhaps? ) than the far more common Bb clarinet.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Jun 12, 2019

This guitar is from the U.S. Vintage Series
made at the Corona Plant (Fender), USA
in the Year(s): Cannot be determined from serial number,
however you can consult this chart showing the
corelation between serial numbers and dates found on the neck
Fender MIA RI Serial Number vs. Neck Date (Note the earliest I'm seeing is mid 80s)

Fender Music | Answered on Jun 12, 2019

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