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Cant get my ipod touch to play when using my special audio cables i thought it was plug n play

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Yes,if ur ipot touch is have plug and play and video capability.Use the HDMI cable.Plug the HDMI cable in one side to the ipot to the USB port hub,the other side to the tv USB port hub.The ipot should,work fine.

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