When I turn on the Ipod, the volume is on but I can't hear the songs. I know there is nothing wrong with my headphones, because I have the 'clicker' sound set, and I can hear that when I scroll around.
When I select a song to play, the time isn't even going, and 10 seconds later it just automatically goes to the next song, (which also doesn't play) and then when I pressed next, the ipod starting working on its own and going to next song after the next, and so on so on, until it went through every song in the list.
What is going on here? Please?
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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
<p>He the volume of the iPod Touch can be affected in some way,
the definition of musical sound check the volume limit set in the settings
device preferences. The tool of sound check, which can also be found on iTunes,
check your iTouch music and video library for the stabilization of the
equalizer song for a constant level, the volume limit reduces the volume to
grow beyond a set point, which helps the potential adverse effects of hearing
loss caused by loud music. <br />
<p>1. Press the button to the left of the iPod Touch. The
volume switch top left of the iPod Touch increases the sound volume, and gives
a volume icon on the screen as it grows. Accident on the volume button for the
iTouch, it seemed sound problems. Touch the "Music" icon to start
playing the song, press the volume for music to grow. <br />
<p>2. Adjust the volume control settings. Tap Settings on the
iPod screen Touch, Touch "Music" and tap "volume limit."
Slide the tab to the right of way to reduce the volume bar to change the limit
of the maximum. Press the Home button to save and Settings. <br />
<p>3. Sound Check off. Tap "Music" in the Settings
window and slide the guide Sound Check to the left to the sound check feature
off. A Sound check song keeps playing very hard at the same level. While the
function prevents sudden jumps in volume, can also lead to a series of songs to
play very soft, depending on the quality of the music. <br />
<p>4. Adjust the volume to your headphones. Press the
"+" button on your Apple headphones, the volume of a music or video
playback to increase. If a song or video does not play, the volume control
adjusts the volume on the iTouch. <br />
Check the volume using the buttons on it and also in your settings/volume limit. If that doesn't work, resync it with iTunes and see if there is a parental control in place preventing music to be played.
okay if you notice, the headphone switch should have a + for increasing volume and a "-" for decreasing volume, in the middle is this groove part, which can be clicked aswell. Click the middle to play/pause. And double click it twice really fast to skip to the next song! Enjoy
This is different on every stereo, but generally the RCA ports in the back of the stereo are labeled "Aux" or something to that extent.
First, you must purchase a headphone jack to RCA cable which can connect to both your stereo and your ipod.
Connect the cable, turn your ipod on and start playing a song. Turn the volume on the stereo to a moderate volume so you can hear when the song is being played through your stereo. Then, using the selector switch, turn the stereo from "Radio" to "Aux" or whatever it says next to the the RCA plug ins on the back.