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I have purchased recently a nano 5th generation which has an FM radio included. I also purchased an I POD speak box system in order to listen to my i pod music through the speakers....

I also wish to listen to the radio through the speaker box with the Nano clamped in on top of the box however the only way it seems i can use the radio is via earphones as the socket for the earphones is at the bottom of the Nano which when plugged in to the speaker box precludes use of the radio facility .
IS there any way I can get out of this predicament so I can enjoy the radio through the speaker box?
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The radio will not work unless headphones are plugged into the headphone port.

If your speakers also have an aux mini-plug, it should work with a mini-plug cable from the nano to the speakers.

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