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Monster Cable iTV Link to IPOD Classsic 80Gg

I hook the cable to the ipod and TV (I tried multiple TV's),I switch the ipod video setting to TV out on (also tried ask) and the ipod screen says TV out enabled please connect video accessory. The video accessory is connected I don't know what else to do.

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  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2008

    I have tried 3 different tv's. It says tv out enabled. Please connect video accessory.

    I can hear audio on the tv when I play music, but there is no video sound or picture.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2008

    same problem

  • kirstens311 May 26, 2008

    The cables are plugged into the appropriate video/audio inputs in the television, and connected to my iPod Video 80G. TV Out is selected on my iPod, and the cable is plugged into the iPod. I have selected the video first, then attached the cable; I have attached the cable, then selected video; I have turned off the iPod and attached the cable and turned it back on, etc., but I still receive the message, "TV Out Enabled Please Connect Video Accessory."

  • Anonymous Aug 15, 2008

    I have an 80GB Classic and everytime I plug it in after putting it on tv out it still says connect to video accessory.

  • census2000 Sep 05, 2008

    Purchased the ipod 80 Gb Classic from Best/Buy on 19 Aug 2008.



    I get the same error. If I don't select TV out I can still listen to audio using the Monster cables. Otherwise, no audio or video.

  • Anonymous Sep 21, 2008

    I have the same issue.

  • matthewcioch Mar 31, 2009

    So is there no soultion? Do i have to buy another cable?

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Yea, you can only use the apple cables with the newer gen of ipods.

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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It is my understanding that the iPOD Classic utilizes some new video chip technology that makes the monster cable incompatible with the Classic range. My monster cable worked with the 80gb iPOD video, but not with my 160gb Classic. I bought the Apple composite video cable and it worked fine. Go figure.

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Is it also plugged into the TV? Maybe it is expecting to see some signal on the other end.

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