Rather than being spoonfed, let's work toward your understanding how things work.
-Start by getting the documentation for each device. Find the diagrams or descriptions of each input/output
-On the left side of a page, list vertically the pins of the first device and the description. On the right side of the page list the device you are connecting it to, and list it's pins. This is called a "Pinout" diagram. Show the impedances for the audio portions on each side Do this for each of the components. Then draw connections between the two as best you can figure out.
-Post a copy or photo and we will be glad to review and discuss, or correct your diagrams!
-Long term you want to develop and keep copies of these things since memory fades faster than we like. It is good practice as an engineer/technician/ham to keep a notebook or binder of technical info and projects for future reference.
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