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This is always tricky with 1st generation iPod touches. After a while they can't handle the new software anymore and some functions won't work anymore. Maybe try to downgrade the software. Otherwise you should probably get a new iPod.
yes you need to buy an ipod coonector that has the rca plugs at the other end - plug the cable end into the auxiliary ports on the rear of the amp processor unit, then connect the ipod as normal but switch the out put selector to aux and you clan play your ipod through the speakers. one thing this wont charge the ipod while playing
That is a tough one. Is your iPod fully seated -- will it play music in the im600? Have you tried a different iPod in the im600 to see if it charges? Does your iPod recharge normally in other players, in a wall charger and your computer? If not, your iPod could possibly need a new battery.
Also: since it was unplugged for 3 weeks, you may just need to run the im600 through a full cycle or two (let the FM radio play until the battery is dead, with no iPod in it), then recharge the im600 for 5 or 6 hours, and THEN mount your iPod into it and see if it charges it. Be sure to unplug/plug-in the adapter into the im600 to ensure it is getting full power from the wall outlet. One last thing: the im600 will only charge the iPod when it is plugged into AC power; it won't charge the iPod while it's running on its own battery power. Good luck!
Lets you watch and listen to your iPod player through your home entertainment system, while simultaneously powering and charging it through the docking station
Includes a remote control that uses wireless radio frequency (RF) technology and works from up to 120 feet away, regardless of barriers such as walls, ceilings or windows
Basic functions include: play/pause, next/previous track, volume up/down, song shuffle, and repeat
Cradle that comes with this unit connects to your home entertainment system via an included A/V cable
he Belkin F8Z065 TuneCommand A/V Dock with Remote for iPods lets you watch and listen to your iPod player through your home entertainment system, while simultaneously powering and charging it through the docking station. The included wireless remote control allows you to roam freely as you play your tunes from virtually anywhere in your home.The remote control that comes with the F8Z065 A/V system uses wireless radio frequency (RF) technology and works from up to 120 feet away, regardless of barriers such as walls, ceilings or windows, making it perfect for distributed audio systems. The TuneCommand A/V's eight basic functions include: play/pause, next/previous track, volume up/down, song shuffle, and repeat. Used with your iPod video or photo, TuneCommand A/V even lets you watch your downloaded videos, or view your photos on your home television. The cradle that comes with this unit connects to your home entertainment system via an included A/V cable, and it docks, displays, powers, and charges your iPod all at once. Compatible with any iPod with a dock connector--including the iPod nano 1G, iPod nano 2G, iPod mini, iPod 3G, iPod 4G (Click Wheel), iPod color, and iPod 5G/5.5G Video--via the included interchangeable trays, the F8Z065 comes in a white that perfectly complements your iPod, and it's backed by a manufacturer's 3-year warranty. What's in the Box Belkin F8Z065 TuneCommand station and remote, interchangeable iPod adapter trays, surface mounting hardware, user's guide and warranty information.
Product DescriptionTuneCommand lets you roam and play your tunes from virtually anywhere in your home, delivering the flexibility and convenience that iPod users desire. Using wireless radio frequency technology, the TuneCommand Remote works from up to 150 feet away, regardless of barriers such as walls, ceilings, or windows that limit traditional remotes. Connect your iPod to headphones, your home entertainment system, laptop, or computer-even if you stash it away in the glove box, control of your iPod remains at your fingertips.TuneCommand includes a multi-clip, surface-mount hook and lanyard, providing a variety of options for securing your Remote on the road, in the car, or at home. It features eight basic functions: play/pause, next track, previous track, volume up and down, shuffle songs, and repeat. When used with the iPod photo, TuneCommand lets you scroll through your slide shows or presentations-wirelessly.
Press and hold the Home button for at least six seconds, until the application you were using quits.
If that doesn't work, turn off iPod touch and turn it on again. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button on top of iPod touch for a few seconds until a red slider appears, and then drag the slider. Then press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the Apple logo appears.
If that doesn't work, reset iPod touch. Press and hold both the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button for at least ten seconds, until the Apple logo appears.
If iPod touch continues to freeze or not respond after you reset it
Reset iPod touch settings. From the Home screen choose Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings. All your preferences are reset, but your data and media are left untouched.
If that doesn't work, erase all content on iPod touch. From the Home screen choose Settings > General > Reset > "Erase All Content and Settings." All your preferences are reset, and all your data and media are removed from iPod touch.
To reset the iPhone or iPod Touch, press and hold down the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button simultaneously at the same time for at least ten seconds, then the LCD display will clear and the Apple logo appears on the black background. When Apple logo appears, reset is done.
How old is it? if it's under warranty apple may fix it. Simply, if you charge your iPod through you computer then the battery could be damaged. USB ports only put out 5 volts. If you have an AC charger that puts out 9.5 volts then consider charging it with that. Some AC adapters only put out 5 volts for the purpose matching the USB standard, but it's not good for the ipod.