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    How to hook up HTC Touch to stereo receiver

    Can anyone tell me what wires/connectors i need to use my Touch as as an MP3 player hooked up to my home stereo? The stereo has an AUX input with two "RCA" type inputs (one red and one white). I'm not sure what cables I need.

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    hmm 2.5 mm to 3.5 mm headphone adapter then 3.5 mm headphone to rca out

    you can grab those at a local radioshack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bfat567
    hmm 2.5 mm to 3.5 mm headphone adapter then 3.5 mm headphone to rca out

    you can grab those at a local radioshack
    The Touch does not use 2.5 mm headphones.
    It uses a miniusb headset.
    You need to get a miniusb to 3.5 mm adapter. Not anyone will work though. I bought one for Motorolla and it did not work. Seidio I think sells one that is reported to work. Then, you can get the other adapter at Radioshack.

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    sry i dont own a touch i was just speaking from general knowledge

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    If one were to hook up their phone to a stereo (or in my case my car radio via aux input,) what would happen when a call comes through? Would it think i'm using a headset w/ a mic and turn off the mic in the handset? Or would it use the mic in the handset as it would speakerphone?

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