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I just got a Monster Cable to connect my MacG4 to my stereo.

When I plug the cable into the phono and play a song in iTunes I do hear something but I can't really call it music. It sounds like a song with a ton of buzzing and distortion. Can barely tell what song is playing.

Any ideas of how I can make this work? My stereo just too old (1994)?

Thanks for your help.
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idk man, i guess just make sure its plugged into the correct ports on the computer and stereo.
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