Okay, so if you unplug the headphones from the iPod, and scroll, you hear a clicking noise. My question is this, if you can hear the clicking noise outside the iPod with no headphones, then why can't you hear the music without headphones as well?
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Re: Music outside the iPod
You can't because you can't. It is not a speaker that is meant for music, last time i checked it was pseudo something but forgot the exact name, its not able to make audio, just ticking sounds. Its sort of like the 'beep' that happens when your computer starts, you can't make that speaker play music it just beeps..
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<p>Take your music with you on your iPod, portable media player
from Apple. Depending on iPod model can hold between 500 to 40,000 songs. No
matter how small or large your music collection, not content with mediocre
sound quality while enjoying your music. Using a combination of hardware and
software settings of the iPod add-ons to your iPod pump up the jam like never
before. <br />
<p>1. Change the iPod music equalizer. These changes and
increases the sound from the iPod to better match a specific style or genre of
music. Press "Menu" on the front of Click Wheel iPod. Go to
"Settings" and press the middle mouse wheel. Scroll down and select
"EQ". Select the type of music you listen to (e.g. "Rock")
and press the middle button of the Click Wheel. <br />
<p>2. Sound set control function for all your iPod music
playing in the same volume as surprising increase or decrease in volume between
songs. Click "Settings" from the main iPod menu and choose
"Sound Check" to turn it off. <br />
<p>3. Use headphones instead of earphones that came with your
iPod. While the earbuds feature enough for everyday use, audiophiles cannot
enjoy the limited range of buttons compared with headphones bigger and more
powerful. Additional benefits in some models of headphones, such as blocking
noise canceling ambient noise, also can help improve your iPod listening
experience. <br />
<p>4. Connect the iPod to a stereo amplifier or iPod
compatible. This adds low-range and headsets that many cannot create and is
ideal for cases where you connect your iPod to share with a group sounds like a
party. <br />
un plug ear buds
reset ipod by holding menu and center at the same time for 30 seconds till you see the apple logo
- then reconnect ear bus make sure they make a clicking sound and there is no gap
play a song to test
It sounds like it's definitely a problem with your iPod. . . Sometimes the connectors on the inside of the unit can go bad. I've not heard now this can be fixed though. I would try calling apple and seeing it the unit is still under warranty.
ther is many things to be checked
1 check ur headphone or use another headphone and check whether it is working or not.
2 if step1 doesnt work then reset ur ipod through internet and checkout .
3 if the 2step deosnt work then there might be problem in the ipod take it to the nearest apple care centre and get the problem solved. u get one year warranty for ur product
If all your music is in iTunes, format and restore the iPod to a Mac formatted iPod in iTunes. There are some firmware updates as well, which restoring will give you, and these should help. After doing so, iTunes will copy all your music back to the ipod.