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Capt, I'm assuming your stereo has an USB input to play music. OK, if that's the case, then you should look on how you put your music on your iPod. If you do use the regular Apple way (iTunes), then you have completely incompatible medias and it will not work at all. iPod uses a different digital file format and content, so it plays on iPod only. One way to play it on your stereo is to get analog out (the earphone jack or the botton plug of your iPod) then put it onto your stereo AUX input, but this require your stereo to have an aux in. On the other side, your stereo USB reads PC/MAC file format directory and plays mp3 files, totaly different than your iPod. One possible try, is to plug your iPod on a laptop and uses it as a jumpdrive (pen drive) and load your mp3 music into it. This way, there is a chance your stereo recognize your iPod as a pen-drive and play it. But, you'll not be able to hear the music on your iPod (neither on your external speaker). So, this is a compatibility issue you're experiencing. I'd try to find an analogic aux input on your stereo, then plug a simple 3.5mm jack (both ends) and play it wherever you want.
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