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Logitech keeps switching to AUX during IPod and radio listening

I have identified the problem is occurs when the IPOD is mounted in the Logitech and when it is not and the logitech is on radio. After about 3 to 4 minutes the logitech switches to AUX and because there is no AUX it turns off. Its like it has an inbuilt timer which it does not. any suggestions/

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Hi, The Pure fi elite only support apple product up to the 3rd generation ( That does not include iphone 3GS ) Streaming functions are not supported on this hardware as the pure-fi can not detect the audio flux, it automatically switch off as there is no signal detected the Pure-fi go to sleep mode as if there were nothing connected to it. Ehrn the pure-fi as been designed the streaming apps from devices were not taken into consideration by Logitech, Unfortunatly there is no much we can do... Thanks and have a nice day ! J -

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