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Old 06-25-2008, 05:56 PM
L4Latte L4Latte is offline
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Default Using the Pilot with a component stereo system

Hello everyone!
(Thanks so far for all of your info and help with my other questions in another post of mine here!)

So, I come to you today with a few more questions ...

Hehehe ... I've gone a little "cable crazy" with regards to my Pilot ...

I got two different cables that somehow I think will allow me to use my Pilot with my component stereo system:
1) a 6 ft cable with a 3.5mm (1/8") jack at one end and a 6.3mm (1/4") jack at the other end
2) a 6 ft cable with a 3.5mm (1/8") jack at one end and dual RCA outputs at the other end

Now that I have these cables in hand, now I'm wondering how exactly or what exactly I can do between my Pilot and the stereo system ...

For one scenario, I imagine somehow I can play my Pilot's music through the speakers connected to the stereo system (just not sure which of the 2 cables I would need to use).
Another scenario, I imagine somehow I could record from, say, the cassette tape deck or the record turntable to the Pilot (again, just not sure which cable to use).
Perhaps there might also be a way to record FM radio as it's transmitted through the stereo system (which, with its antenna system picks up a clearer and broader range of radio stations) (again, which cable to use?).
Any other nifty things I could do between the Pilot and the stereo system that you can think of?

Any and all help here, as always, will be greatly appreciated!
Looking forward to responses!
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