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IPod Touch TV Out not working

I've been reading on your site about the trouble using the TV Out feature of iPods on the Pioneer AVIC-D3 (which I just bought along with an iPod Touch to use with it). I am wondering if anybody has tried using the Apple Universal Dock with an AVIC-D3, the Pioneer iPod cable and an iPod Touch. I am under the impression that the Universal Dock has the required chipset to unlock the TV Out feature, but wanted to find out if anybody here has successfully tried it.

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    I have a d3 and a ipod touch videos will not play i only hear sound, any clue?

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Not sure if that works, but me us know if it does. Everything I have read suggests that it will not work. Apple has blocked any after market products from working like avic-d3. I think what you would also need with that is Apple TV. Let me know

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