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How do i get my ipod to play on my lg 4320 usb

Is there a way to play an ipod trough the LG 4320 HIFI usb connections?

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SOURCE: can I play my Ipod on my Lg tv through the ipod

Not if the USB port on the TV says "SERVICE" next to it. At least I don't think that it would work. But go ahead and try it. It can't hurt anything.
Plug it in and toggle through the input modes to see if there's an extra one showing your Ipod. Or look within the MENU settings to see about turning on or accessing the USB port as a video input.

Posted on Dec 05, 2009

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Hey - I'm in the same boat, did you get it working? I connect and get the USB menu up, but the tv says that the file is corrupt, even though the iPod works fine when it's not connected to the tv.

Posted on Jan 21, 2010

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The music files in your ipod is in a different format and not mp3 format which will not be recognizable if you connect it to your LG tv. Unfortunately your tv will just read mp3 files.

Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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Yes. Connect an audio cable from iPod to TV. This cable has the earphone type plug on the iPod side and 2 RCA audio plugs on the TV side. Connect to the TV's white and red audio IN jacks and select this input using the TV remote. Radio Shack or any online store like Amazon selss these adapter cables.

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