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I am unable to determine, from the meager instructions provided with my just-purchased Go Play speaker system, how to dock my iPod Touch (32 gb) to the speaker system. None of the eight supplied iPod Adaptors is clearly and unequivocally imprinted "iPod Touch." I am also puzzled by your manual's instructions (page 4) to "Turn the adjustable iPod knob ... to match your specific iPod model," as there appear to be no specific, labeled settings of any kind. I assume I can ignore the two "Pocket Adaptors" for Nano and Mini and hook up with one of the supplied "Docking Adaptors"? Please help; I feel like I've just failed an IQ test. Thank you, Leo Henzl: henzlleo@mac.com

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Aloha leo...we are not the Ipod support center, but we may be able to point you in the right direction...can you please provide the specific Ipod model number?

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Apr 26, 2008

    and who makes the Go Play speaker system?

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