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I have an apple composite av cable and it will not work

I have a composite av cable and it will not work with my ipod classic. The ipod says that there is no video accessory connected.

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I have the same problem. You had any luck yet?

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Can I connect my to iPod Classic to watch video on Sony DVP-FX970 Portable DVD player? If so, what connection do I need?


The DVP-FX970 uses a composite (3xRCA) to mini-AV (2x mini-plugs) reducing cable. This is Sony part 9-885-103-56 and was included with the DVD player in the original packaging. See https://sony.encompass.com/item/7054170/Sony/9-885-103-56/Av_Cable_(010-0001-206) . Other vendors may also have the cable. You will also need an RCA (3xF) coupler, see http://www.cablestogo.com/product/40647/composite-video-stereo-audio-f-f-coupler-taa-compliant for one option. Connect the composite end of the above cable to one side of the coupler and the other side to the DVD player. Next connect the appropriate iPod Classic video dock, https://www.apple.com/shop/product/MC748AM/A/apple-composite-av-cable , to the other side of the coupler and the iPod Classic. Now, turn on everything and press the Input Select button for the DVD player multiple times until the current input is 'Line In'.

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How To Connect Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod To The TV


The following devices have support for TV out:
  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • iPod touch
  • iPod nano (3rd generation and later)
  • iPod classic, iPod (5th generation), and iPod photo
Note: Other iPod models may support viewing of photos or slideshows on the iPod display but do not support TV out.
The following docks support TV out when used with an iPod model or iPhone that supports TV out:
  • Apple Universal Dock (requires either the Apple Composite AV Cable or the Apple Component AV Cable-will not work with the iPod AV Cable). Search the store for part number MB125G.
  • iPod Universal Dock or iPod with color display dock (iPod photo dock)
Important: The iPhone dock does not support TV out.
iPod models that support TV out can support viewing on a television in several ways. Use the tables below to see which cables and docks can be used with each iPod model. Check the documentation that came with the cable or iPod for information on how to connect and enable TV out.
Note: If you choose to use a third-party cable, make sure it has the "Works with iPhone" or "Made for iPod" label. Learn more about iPod and iPhone accessories.

All you need to get TV out is a compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod and the correct cable. If your device works with the component and composite cables, then the choice depends on the TV(s) you will be connecting to.

  • Apple Composite AV Cable (part number MB129LL) will connect any iPhone, iPad, or iPod to your TV using RCA Cables.
  • Apple Component AV Cable (part number MB128LL) will connect any iPhone, iPad, or iPod (except iPod with color display (iPod photo), and iPod (5th generation)) to your TV using Component Cables.

A dock can be a welcome addition if you're going to keep your cables connected to the TV. The Apple Universal Dock includes an Apple Remote so you can pause and adjust the volume from a distance. The docks and cables are sold separately.

on Feb 21, 2011 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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Is it possible to connect an ipod to a Bose V20 via a minijack?


You can only Connect a iPod via a iPod dock
Apple iPod Univeral Dock
and use either
Apple Composite AV Cable or Apple Component AV Cable
based on what Output you iPod Allows.

the list of which iPod that is supported is listed on each page of the AV Cables above.

You can use a IR Blaster Cable with the iPod Dock to control the iPod also.

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Composite av cable for iphone 4 will not output anything


Make sure that it is a genuine Apple branded cable, otherwise it may not work. If your iPhone is Jailbroken you can install a Cydia app called "resupported" which will make most non-apple cables work again.

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How to display movies from an iPod touch to the tv


iPod Model iPod AV Cable
(part number M9765G)
Apple Composite AV Cable
(part number MB129LL)
Apple Component AV Cable
(part number MB128LL) ht1454_1.jpg ht1454_20.png ht1454_30.png iPhone3 - √ √2 iPhone 3G - √ √2 iPhone 3GS - √ √1 iPad - √ √1 iPod with color display (iPod photo) √ √ - iPod (5th generation) √ √ - iPod classic - √ √1 iPod nano (3rd generation and later) - √ √1 iPod touch - √ √2 iPod touch (2nd generation) - √ √1 iPod touch (3rd generation) - √ √1 Notes:
  1. 480p/576p.
  2. 480i/576i.
  3. Requires iPhone software version 1.1.1 or later.

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IPod Classic won't play video with AV Component Cable


I have the exact same problem, having previously tried the component cables. I called tech support who stated that my ipod classic must have some sort of hardware malfunction when otherwise fully functional. I can get sound through the RCA cables, but no video. What gives?

Jul 16, 2009 | Apple Composite A/V Cable for iPod...

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Cant view music videos


buy composite av adapter from apple, make sure its composite and not component adapter

May 15, 2008 | Pioneer AVIC-D3 Car DVD Player

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Ipod classic


You have to roll back the firmware to 1.0.2 in order to get video its the only thing i have been able to find that works and i have been searching for a long time

Jan 09, 2008 | Pioneer AVIC-D3 Car DVD Player

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IPod 160 Classic


From an Amazon Post: 5 of 6 people found the following review helpful: stars-3-0._v47082372_.gif An iPod Classic 160gb CAN BE made to work with one of these units, December 22, 2007 By Technophile "Technophile" (Detroit, MI USA) - See all my reviewsThere is a way to make the iPod Classic 160 gb work with the Philips line of Portable DVDs with iPod docking but its awkward and requires the purchase of Apple's Composite AV Cable ($50). Apple installed in the 6th generation iPods what amounts to an electronic lock. When you set the player up to send out video externally it will ask you to "Please Connect Video Accessory". It's looking for the sixth generation Apple Composite AV Cable plug. Somewhere embedded in the plug's configuration is the key to the lock that the player is looking for. Once you insert this plug the movie you have selected will begin to play and all you have to do then is remove the cable and insert the unit into the dock and you should see your video displayed. As i said before, this is an awkward work around and should you go back to the main menu to select a different movie you will have to perform these steps again. For those of you (like me) who were stuck with one of these units, this work around just might make you feel a little better about your purchase. Good Luck!!!!

Dec 29, 2007 | Philips DCP855/37 Portable DVD Player

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