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Ipod dock plugged it, switch to DMPORT no sound from speakers

When I connect the ipod, there is no sound. What could be going wrong?

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  • jmbroad Feb 28, 2009

    I solved my own problem by using the CORRECT dock insert. Never let the husband do a wife's job!!! hahahahahahah

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I had the same problem. I tried everything and finally following two fixed the problem:

Dock insert has to be put before inserting Ipod in the dock. Dock insert usually comes with iPod when you buy it....After inserting the doc I was able to hear the sound but it was very faint. Then I updated the ipod's firmware. My Ipod classic was two years old. I updated the firmware by connecting it to the PC and opening itunes. Clicked on 'ipod' link and clicked to update button.

After the update, this ipod started working with my home theater system's DMPort.

HTH.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

  • Aar Bee Jul 18, 2009

    One more thing. In the Ipod's Video settings you have to turn ON the TV output by going to video settings.

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