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Ipod touch I have a JVC KD-G310 radio in my car and I have a KS-PD100 adapter that I used for my 20 gig ipod. I just purchased the ipod touch and the adapter does not recognize it. What do I need to do.

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Alright, so this adapter is only compatible with the older versions of the ipod, the newer ones will not be recognized by it I'm sorry to say. The signal coming from it is different than the earlier ipods and no matter what you do with this adapter it won't work.

Here are a few options


using the iPod Touch with the Dension icelink plus.

1. Automatic control where the playlists are treated as "discs" in the CD changer work fine
2. iPod interface control works fine

The problem comes from the menu system. The Dension sends menus as graphics, which work great on the previous generation iPods and iPod Videos. The Touch does not display any of these graphics making song title display and menu display non-functional. Because of the lack of menus, it also kills the ability to change between the two modes. So while it is easy to switch between iPod interface to virtual CD changer, it is impossible to switch back unless you use an older generation iPod to do so.

It should also be noted that the Dension does not use the USB mode, but rather the older mode that is compatible with the 3G and most if not all newer iPods.

So the recommendation if you own this kind of device is to use the iPod interface mode and not change it.


OR

The iPod touch should work with an Alpine CDE-9871. The search and control functions all work really well. When connected, the whole of the iPod touch screen shows a white iPod logo with the words 'iPod Accessory Connected'.

Let me know what you think and whether you need further help.

thanks

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The KS-PD100 is compatible with iPods that have a dock connector, including the following models: iPod with dock connector (software version 2.3), iPod with Click Wheel (software version 3.1), iPod mini (software version 1.4), iPod photo (5th generation - software version 1.2), iPod nano (1st, 2nd, 3rd generation) and iPod classic. The KS-PD100 is not compatible with the Apple touch or iPhone.

You'd probably want a Alpine CDE-9871 which includes the Fullspeed interface to work with your iPod Touch..

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    Swilin Sampson May 10, 2008

    You can try to keep the dock connector on, to charge the iPodTouch, and connect the AUX cord to actually have it play, bypassing the adapter.

    Or you could try THIS adapter.

    Hope that helps!

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Hi,

Do you mean that your PD100 adapter doesn't recognize your new ipod touch?

If yes then i would suggest you to only use the adapter which has been given to you with the ipod touch.Do not use anyother one.If you don't have one it is better to buy another new adapter.

Goodluck

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