Question about Sonic Impact Technologies IF22 Docking Station for Apple iPod (648027050846)
Just make sure that the VOLTAGE and MILIAMP input rating match what it says on the Sonic unit itself, and that the connector is the correct size. More importantly, make sure that the polarity of the plug is correct. Some are inner connector = positive and outer connector = negative or vice-versa. That also should be on a sticker on the Sonic unit or embossed into the case near the connector. DC voltage is UNFORGIVING when the polarity is reversed. The unit itself doesn't care WHAT is supplying the current to run it AS LONG AS ALL THE ABOVE FACTORS ARE MET. If this has been helpful, please rate it accordingly. Thanks and good luck. FYI: check eBay for universal power supplies that include different tips. One should fit your unit. $15-$30
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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Had the same problem for a while, not
been able to find any useful info anywhere.
Got a little bored today and decided to
have a go myself.
First remove the battery.
The exterior zipped cover is glued to
the plastic electronics compartment, careful prising (the cover is
fairly flexible) can loosen the glue enabling you to remove the
Unscrew the plastic cover under this
you will see the the pcb that the dock connector is attached to,
along with lots of glue holding the wires for the speakers.
Unscrew the pcb and remove all the pcb
connectors (all glued secure), then you will have access to the side
you need to solder.
Now all you need is a hawk-eyed
soldering genius as the tabs on the connector are extremely fine and
After testing I'd also recommend gluing
the dock connector to the pcb for added future security.
Hope this helps.
Mar 28, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders
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