Although the ipod works with headset, and station including speakers work when tuned to radio, and ipod charges when docked and shows it is playing= the station speakers won't work when ipod is docked and playing. waz up?
The problem is that Atlec Lansing used a low quality (piece of ****) plug/interface for the dock. If you pull the top of the ipod forward while it is pressed fully onto the docking station, you'll get a surprise. It will work. This problem stumped me for days. Now, the next question is how much tension is the proper amount not to degrade the cheap plug further or damage the ipod itself.
I have IM600 and could not get my new 2nd generation iPod touch to play even though my older video iPod would work.
I called customer support and the IM600 had an adaptor on it already that works with the video iPod but not the iPod touch. I removed the adaptor (look in back of indentation where connection is and there is a **** in the adaptor back wall- stick fingernail in **** and pull) and put on the iPod touch and it worked.
According to the instructions you don't NEED an adaptor but is suppose to help with stability. Anyway, see if yours has an adaptor in it already and take it out. Try again without ANY adaptor at all.
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I have the same radio and the exact same problem. I reset the radio and it wirks for a day. I go and try my iPhone the following day, and reverts back to error this device does..... Well you know the restored of resetting this thing every other day.
Lets you watch and listen to your iPod player through your home entertainment system, while simultaneously powering and charging it through the docking station
Includes a remote control that uses wireless radio frequency (RF) technology and works from up to 120 feet away, regardless of barriers such as walls, ceilings or windows
Basic functions include: play/pause, next/previous track, volume up/down, song shuffle, and repeat
Cradle that comes with this unit connects to your home entertainment system via an included A/V cable
he Belkin F8Z065 TuneCommand A/V Dock with Remote for iPods lets you watch and listen to your iPod player through your home entertainment system, while simultaneously powering and charging it through the docking station. The included wireless remote control allows you to roam freely as you play your tunes from virtually anywhere in your home.The remote control that comes with the F8Z065 A/V system uses wireless radio frequency (RF) technology and works from up to 120 feet away, regardless of barriers such as walls, ceilings or windows, making it perfect for distributed audio systems. The TuneCommand A/V's eight basic functions include: play/pause, next/previous track, volume up/down, song shuffle, and repeat. Used with your iPod video or photo, TuneCommand A/V even lets you watch your downloaded videos, or view your photos on your home television. The cradle that comes with this unit connects to your home entertainment system via an included A/V cable, and it docks, displays, powers, and charges your iPod all at once. Compatible with any iPod with a dock connector--including the iPod nano 1G, iPod nano 2G, iPod mini, iPod 3G, iPod 4G (Click Wheel), iPod color, and iPod 5G/5.5G Video--via the included interchangeable trays, the F8Z065 comes in a white that perfectly complements your iPod, and it's backed by a manufacturer's 3-year warranty. What's in the Box Belkin F8Z065 TuneCommand station and remote, interchangeable iPod adapter trays, surface mounting hardware, user's guide and warranty information.
Product DescriptionTuneCommand lets you roam and play your tunes from virtually anywhere in your home, delivering the flexibility and convenience that iPod users desire. Using wireless radio frequency technology, the TuneCommand Remote works from up to 150 feet away, regardless of barriers such as walls, ceilings, or windows that limit traditional remotes. Connect your iPod to headphones, your home entertainment system, laptop, or computer-even if you stash it away in the glove box, control of your iPod remains at your fingertips.TuneCommand includes a multi-clip, surface-mount hook and lanyard, providing a variety of options for securing your Remote on the road, in the car, or at home. It features eight basic functions: play/pause, next track, previous track, volume up and down, shuffle songs, and repeat. When used with the iPod photo, TuneCommand lets you scroll through your slide shows or presentations-wirelessly.
Besides playing your favorite songs and custom playlists, you can also
listen to your favorite DJs and talk shows on your iPod Nano by using
it as a radio.
The iPod Radio Remote is a small and convenient
accessory that lets you tune in to live radio when you're on the go,
and also allows you to remotely control your iPod. Here is how you can
easily setup Radio Remote on your iPod Nano and start using it as a
Connect the ipod Radio Remote to your iPod Nano by plugging it into the dock connector.
Plug your headphones into the port at the top of the Radio Remote, next
to the hold switch.
Once the Radio Remote is connected, select "Music" and then "Radio" on
your iPod. The Radio Remote will automatically tune in to the first
available station it finds. The iPod screen will show the radio station
and any other available information or data.
Press the center button on the iPod. Use your iPod click wheel to find
other stations. Once you have found your favorite station, hold the
"Center" button down until a triangle appears on the radio dialer on
your iPod screen.
Once you have set up all of your favorite radio stations, use the
"Next/Fast-Forward" or "Previous/Rewind" buttons to navigate between
plug it and with power on but don't turn the station on, leave it in standby mode. then press and hold mem/set on your remote. then set the hour and press mem/set to move onto the minutes. when done press mem/set again and your time is sorted.