#2
Funny you should post that, I just bought the same system today. Not arrived yet so I don't know if it could be plugged into 360, but I don't think it can.
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ORLY?!?
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ORLY?!?

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"Orly: a suburb SE of Paris, France: international airport."

Uh...
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For $99, pretty much anything is "decent"...


Wow that sucks, cheapest over here is £80 ($160)
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"Orly: a suburb SE of Paris, France: international airport."

Uh...


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#11
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It has a jack for mp3 players, so as long as your TV has a headphone jack, than I think so


It has a headphone jack. Wouldn't i need a cord that goes from the headphone jack in the tv to the jack in the stereo? Do they make those? It isn't really a big deal if i cant, i just want to listen to my music out of something good instead of ****ing tv speakers. anything has to sound better than that. It would just be nice if my movies and games sounded good too.
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#12
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Funny you should post that, I just bought the same system today. Not arrived yet so I don't know if it could be plugged into 360, but I don't think it can.


sorry for the double post but when you get it, tell me what you think of it if you could.
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#13
I had bought the model of that stereo about 4 or 5 models back, and it was crap. So then I bought the next one, and it was crap. And according to the link, it hasn't changed much. Then on my third trip, I bought the panasonic one just like it with a five cd changer. It pwns. Although, I don't know if they still make it. I can't find it at circuit city.
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It has a headphone jack. Wouldn't i need a cord that goes from the headphone jack in the tv to the jack in the stereo? Do they make those? It isn't really a big deal if i cant, i just want to listen to my music out of something good instead of ****ing tv speakers. anything has to sound better than that. It would just be nice if my movies and games sounded good too.

Yeah, the chord that plugs into an mp3 player SHOULD also plug into the TV headphone jack. If i'm incorrect with my assumption (which has proven so a few times here), than I hope someone will correct me. But it makes sense doesn't it? The headphone jack on the TV and the headphone jack on an mp3 player should mean you could play them both right?
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#18
It's stereo amp, and I don't think it's tube. However, for a stereo amp, it is very good. Don't plug guitar into it; just use it as hi-fi if it works.
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#19
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"Orly: a suburb SE of Paris, France: international airport."

Uh...

OMG that reminds me! I actually saw that on some old sixties movie called "Funny Face". They went to Paris and the sign outside the airport said Orly. Needless to say I burst out laughing completely confusing my friend.
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#20
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It's stereo amp, and I don't think it's tube. However, for a stereo amp, it is very good. Don't plug guitar into it; just use it as hi-fi if it works.

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#22
I wasn't going to use it for my guitar, just listening to music.
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#23
I'm pretty sure where it says "w/MP3 playback" it just means it plays MP3 CDs. Otherwise it'd probably be on a seperate line to the CD types it can read.
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Yeah, the chord that plugs into an mp3 player SHOULD also plug into the TV headphone jack. If i'm incorrect with my assumption (which has proven so a few times here), than I hope someone will correct me. But it makes sense doesn't it? The headphone jack on the TV and the headphone jack on an mp3 player should mean you could play them both right?

yeah, you're right, that's what i used to do with my tv, but it would make awful popping noises sometimes so i just live with the **** speakers.
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#27
It will likely have component inputs i.e red and white cables that are at the end of your xbox audio video cable, plug the red and white in to the stereo audio input ports then the yellow into your tv.

Pretty much any modern stereo will allow to you to use your 360 with it, as long as it has red and white audio input jacks.

And going from headphone out to stereo will likely yield poor sound quality.
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#28
thanks. if it doesn't, oh well. This is off topic, but how do you like your vox? i was thinking about getting the ad30vt.
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#29
on the sony website it says its component compatible. Does that mean i could plug the 360 audio cables into it?
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#30
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on the sony website it says its component compatible. Does that mean i could plug the 360 audio cables into it?


yeh it does, just means that the audio cables will eb going to high hifi then thesingle yellow video lead will gointo ure tv, and my vox is great huge range of sounds and the effects are decent well worth the money.
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#31
alright, thanks for the help. can you use pedals with the vox? I think i read somewhere that pedals don't work to well with it.
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#32
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alright, thanks for the help. can you use pedals with the vox? I think i read somewhere that pedals don't work to well with it.


I havent tried any pedals with mine since im happy with the onboard amp models and effects, although the general rule si that modelign amps and effects pedal do not work well, does not mean you cannot use a pedal with the amp.
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