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Ipod dock i plug my ipod in but the speakers are not working

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  • Jessica1207 Jan 25, 2009

    I plug the ipod in also and the music only plays out of the ipod itself, not the speakers.

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I had this problem too. the thing is when you plug the USB cord into it that just charges your ipod. you have to buy a cord that goes into the headphone hole and the other side plugs into the hole beside the USB slot on the treadmill. i got mine at Radioshack. so once you buy that the speakers will play your music and you can charge your ipod at the same time. =)

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A speaker bar is a (usually portable) speaker system that includes a dock for an iPod. The unit is usually bar-shaped, with either a rectangular or cylindrical cross-section. Connecting an iPod to a speaker bar is usually as simple as plugging it in. Many speaker bars will also charge the iPod while it is connected. However some do not have an iPod dock, in which case the iPod must be connected by a 3.5mm audio cable.


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