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No audio sound with my IPOD

No audio sound on my Ipod.

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    Ryan Sharich May 11, 2010

    What kind of iPod do you have?


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Try using differandt earphones

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I have no sound on my ipod and apopup say generic volume running


Damaged hardware is responsible for the most obvious iPod sound problems.
In such cases, Apple may be able to help you fix the problem, depending on the status of your warranty.
All iPods have a one-year warranty according to Apple's website.
Software problems can also affect your audio.
For example, downloading a non-certified Apple application can stop your sound from working correctly.
Returning your iPod to its original factory settings fixes many of these software glitches.

Plug in a different set of headphones and test the sound.
If that set works, your old headphones were the cause of your audio problems.
If your iPod still doesn't work, proceed.
Remove an application on your iPod Touch if you installed it right before your sound stopped working.
Hold your finger over the top left corner of the application.
It will shake.
Touch the "X." Touch the "Home" button.
Restore your iPod to fix other potential software problems.
Open iTunes. Plug the iPod into your computer with a USB cord.
Click on your iPod on the left-hand menu.
The iPod will be listed under the name you assigned it when you first set it up.
Click the "Restore" button on the menu.
Leave the iPod alone while it restores.
It may take several minutes.
Test the sound once the restore is complete.
The iPod syncs after restoration.
Once the sync is complete, the process is over.
Contact the Apple Technical Support line at 1-800-275-2273 if your audio still doesn't work.
Have your iPod with you.
Damaged hardware is responsible for the most obvious iPod sound problems.
In such cases, Apple may be able to help you fix the problem, depending on the status of your warranty.
All iPods have a one-year warranty according to Apple's website.
Software problems can also affect your audio.
For example, downloading a non-certified Apple application can stop your sound from working correctly.
Returning your iPod to its original factory settings fixes many of these software glitches.

Plug in a different set of headphones and test the sound.
If that set works, your old headphones were the cause of your audio problems.
If your iPod still doesn't work, proceed.
Open iTunes. Plug the iPod into your computer with a USB cord.
Click on your iPod on the left-hand menu.
The iPod will be listed under the name you assigned it when you first set it up.
Click the "Restore" button on the menu.
Leave the iPod alone while it restores.
It may take several minutes.
Test the sound once the restore is complete.
The iPod syncs after restoration.
Once the sync is complete, the process is over.
Contact the Apple Technical Support line at 1-800-275-2273 if your audio still doesn't work.
Have your iPod with you.

Aug 01, 2013 | Apple iPod Audio Players & Recorders

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How to make a connection to an iPod and Sony SS2300


<p>The SS2300 is a Sony digital surround sound system with a Blu-ray player. This gives you the ability to play high-definition video, while experiencing the content in full surround sound audio. However, the speaker system audio inputs, so you can connect external devices, including Apple iPods. Although no direct connection to iPod, you can use a single cable to the signal from the iPod surround sound system. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Insert the end of 3.5 mm to 3.5 mm to RCA splitter in the headphone port on top of Apple's iPod. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Connect the RCA cables into one of the "Audio In" ports on the back of the Sony SS2300. Multiple connections exist and you better take note of the connection you use. This makes it easier later on if the connection to the iPod. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Power on the Apple iPod and Sony SS2300 receiver. Press the "Input" and select the connection to the iPod is connected. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Press the "Play" button on the iPod and play audio content through the Sony surround sound system. <br />

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Generic volume


Damaged hardware is responsible for the most obvious iPod sound problems. In such cases, Apple may be able to help you fix the problem, depending on the status of your warranty.
All iPods have a one-year warranty according to Apple's website.
Software problems can also affect your audio.
For example, downloading a non-certified Apple application can stop your sound from working correctly.
Returning your iPod to its original factory settings fixes many of these software glitches.

Plug in a different set of headphones and test the sound.
If that set works, your old headphones were the cause of your audio problems.

If your iPod still doesn't work, proceed.
Remove an application on your iPod Touch if you installed it right before your sound stopped working.
Hold your finger over the top left corner of the application.
It will shake.
Touch the "X." Touch the "Home" button.
Restore your iPod to fix other potential software problems.
Open iTunes.
Plug the iPod into your computer with a USB cord.
Click on your iPod on the left-hand menu.
The iPod will be listed under the name you assigned it when you first set it up.
Click the "Restore" button on the menu.
Leave the iPod alone while it restores. It may take several minutes.
Test the sound once the restore is complete.
The iPod syncs after restoration.
Once the sync is complete, the process is over.
Contact the Apple Technical Support line at 1-800-275-2273 if your audio still doesn't work.
Have your iPod with you.

Aug 01, 2013 | Apple iPod Audio Players & Recorders

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Cant hear my music


Damaged hardware is responsible for the most obvious iPod sound problems. In such cases, Apple may be able to help you fix the problem, depending on the status of your warranty.
All iPods have a one-year warranty according to Apple's website.
Software problems can also affect your audio.
For example, downloading a non-certified Apple application can stop your sound from working correctly.
Returning your iPod to its original factory settings fixes many of these software glitches.

Plug in a different set of headphones and test the sound.
If that set works, your old headphones were the cause of your audio problems.

If your iPod still doesn't work, proceed.
Remove an application on your iPod Touch if you installed it right before your sound stopped working.
Hold your finger over the top left corner of the application.
It will shake.
Touch the "X." Touch the "Home" button.
Restore your iPod to fix other potential software problems.
Open iTunes. Plug the iPod into your computer with a USB cord.
Click on your iPod on the left-hand menu.
The iPod will be listed under the name you assigned it when you first set it up.
Click the "Restore" button on the menu.
Leave the iPod alone while it restores. It may take several minutes.
Test the sound once the restore is complete.
The iPod syncs after restoration.
Once the sync is complete, the process is over.
Contact the Apple Technical Support line at 1-800-275-2273 if your audio still doesn't work.
Have your iPod with you.
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Jul 21, 2013 | Apple iPod classic MP3 Player

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Ipod classic has no sound


Damaged hardware is responsible for the most obvious iPod sound problems. In such cases, Apple may be able to help you fix the problem, depending on the status of your warranty. All iPods have a one-year warranty according to Apple's website. Software problems can also affect your audio. For example, downloading a non-certified Apple application can stop your sound from working correctly. Returning your iPod to its original factory settings fixes many of these software glitches.

Plug in a different set of headphones and test the sound. If that set works, your old headphones were the cause of your audio problems. If your iPod still doesn't work, proceed. Open iTunes. Plug the iPod into your computer with a USB cord. Click on your iPod on the left-hand menu. The iPod will be listed under the name you assigned it when you first set it up. Click the "Restore" button on the menu. Leave the iPod alone while it restores. It may take several minutes. Test the sound once the restore is complete. The iPod syncs after restoration. Once the sync is complete, the process is over. Contact the Apple Technical Support line at 1-800-275-2273 if your audio still doesn't work. Have your iPod with you. Hope it helps
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Jan 22, 2013 | Apple iPod Audio Players & Recorders

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CA MXXC68


Hello....sounds like there may be a problem with the audio portion of the Ipod dock....If the unit is still under warranty...I would return it...But first...I would try another Ipod because all Ipods may not be compatible with your system..Is there a way you can try a different Ipod?...If so...I would start there....Let me know.....I hope this was helpful.....PEACE.....

Dec 24, 2011 | JVC Audio Players & Recorders

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Works great , but Ipod dock only will give about half volume


All Ipod docks bypass the audio processor, so your volume and equalizer presets on the ipod will not work. Use the volume knob on the home theater unit itself.

Dec 20, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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No sound from my 30GB ipod in the car and Bose sound dock


It sounds like an issue with the internal motherboard and possibly the audio jack. I'd reccomend taking it into a local apple store to have them fix it or contacting them via their support website here. Also you may want to consider their price quotes vs purchasing a new one when you talk to them.

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hello how r u i can hear any audio sound from my ipod wat shaou i doo so give me sone solution

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