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SONOS connect with iPort

Posted on 2016-08-27
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Hello I have an iPort system in my home (based on old 13pin iPhone connector) and a SONOS Connect.
-I plug my iPhone into iPort dock in my wall,  
-2 speaker wires and 2 dual RCA cables from wall go to
-my Stereo Receiver (in)
-from CONNECT out into Receiver (out)

I am not hearing sound. Is there a different type of setup or device I should be using?
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