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Using my ipod in my car

I plug the ipod in my auxillary jack and it works no problem but the [problem I have is that i have to turn my car volume to max along with my ipod volume to hear any music.

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Your adapter in the headphone jack is bad. if it plays well on headphones the ipod is fine. try getting a new adapter. not the power adapter but the one for the speakers.

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Try the volume setting on your ipod. it may have to be adjusted. go to settings, volume and see where you are on the slider and adjust to the volume you want. ipods come factory set at a predetermined volume level.

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