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No sound on JBL ON STAGE MICRO ipod device

I try to use with a car charger and I think I blew something. Is there a way to open this unit and check for a fuse.

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Hi, I guess that's just a problem that can't be solved by yourself, you'll probably have to bring it back.

I have thesame speakerset, but I don't know how you can remove that thing where the ipod stands in. That plastic thing that comes in a lot of different sizes. I hope that you can help me with removing it and putting an other one in.

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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SOURCE: will the jbl on stage micro charge the new ipod touch

I can tell you that I have the on stage micro, bought this past winter. And it does charge my iPhone 3G. Works great, I love it.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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SOURCE: iPod Adapters problem

just go to jbl's website there download a pdf regarding the dock adapter or 5742d08.jpg

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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SOURCE: JBL on stage micro will not charge my ipod any

The JBL Onstage Micro is supposed to disable recharging of the iPod when running off AAA batteries to avoid draining them, but sometimes this setting gets stuck even when the unit is plugged in through the AC adaptor. The workaround that I found is pulling out and reconnecting the iPod to the Onstage Micro (while both are powered on) and then unplugging and reconnecting the AC adaptor. Sometimes you have to repeat this process, but the iPod should start recharging after that. I tried it on the new 5th generation nano and this seems to work.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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SOURCE: When plugged in, the ipod batteries go low immediately.

The JBL On Stage Micro is supposed to disable recharging of the iPod when running off AAA batteries to avoid draining them, but sometimes this setting gets stuck even when the unit is plugged in through the AC adapter. The workaround that I found is pulling out and reconnecting the iPod to the Onstage Micro (while both are powered on) and then unplugging and reconnecting the AC adapter. Sometimes you have to repeat this process, but the iPod should start recharging after that. I tried this on different versions of the iPod nano and this seems to work.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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SOURCE: I am thinking of getting and Ipod touch 3G. I have

When the OnStage speakers first came out, the charger was not compatible with 3g iPods or iPhones. Newer speakers have an upgraded charger and will charge all current iPods/iPhones (up to and including iPhone 3Gs)

Bad news is that there's no way to upgrade an old OnStage.

You can test yours by trying an iPhone 3G (if you have a friend with one, for example) to see if you have the old or the new charging circuit.


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When the OnStage speakers first came out, the charger was not compatible with 3g iPods or iPhones. Newer speakers have an upgraded charger and will charge all current iPods/iPhones (up to and including iPhone 3Gs)

Bad news is that there's no way to upgrade an old OnStage.

You can test yours by trying an iPhone 3G (if you have a friend with one, for example) to see if you have the old or the new charging circuit.


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Hi, I guess that's just a problem that can't be solved by yourself, you'll probably have to bring it back.

I have thesame speakerset, but I don't know how you can remove that thing where the ipod stands in. That plastic thing that comes in a lot of different sizes. I hope that you can help me with removing it and putting an other one in.

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