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Re: Ipod no sound
Hi, Unfortunately you will have to get a new circuit board installed. Circuit boards go for $80-100 for a video. It is possible to take the circuit board out of another iPod if you know what you are doing. They are delicate and easily messed up.
Best bet, sell it on ebay and get some money out of it. People buy them for parts. Use the money toward another one. You could also trade it in at an apple store for 10% off a new one. Sorry to give you the bad news.
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Turn off your ipod, and hold the home button, and plug it into itunes while still holding the home button until the itunes symbol appears with a cable under it.
Itunes should say "ipod found in restore mode".
Restore your ipod to either a backup of that ipod if there is one, or set up a new ipod.
Setting up a new ipod will fix any previous problem.
I don't know if you fixed it already this iPod sound trouble, but I got ot also and found how to fix this trouble. In fact there's a setup to do and mention in the User Manual (page 89 on the english one) the AV1 config should be selected as iPod
Using an iPod (iPod) Starting procedure Connect your iPod. No sound or video output if iPod is selected as AV source, check the setting in “AV1 Input” on the “AV System Settings” menu.
One thing you can do is burn all the songs from your old computer's iTunes onto CDs, then re-upload them to your iTunes on your new computer. It sounds ridiculous that there's not a better way, but so far that's the only method I've found that's worked.
There are many ways to do so. Each of which is progressively more expensive.
All of these plug into the Ip bus plug in the rear of the unit.
Most of these can be found on Ebay or Amazon
1: An IP bus to RCA plug then you need a RCA to 3.5mm plug wire. (note this is a lower quality) $10-$30
2: An ip bus to Ipod connect plug. (Better sound quality, charges Ipod, does not allow Ipod control from the Head unit, only from the Ipod) around $15-$30
3: An ip bus to Ipod Connectivity unit (same quality as #2 but allows for Ipod control from Head unit)
Use iTunes 8 to sync or delete songs, photos, etc.
Just connect the iPod to computer, download iTunes 8 from the internet, open iTunes 8, and then double-click on the icon of the iPod Nano to Sync files to your Nano.
The manual for the iPod Nano can be found at www.apple.com/support