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When I connect my ipod touch to the dock - I get the words "Accessory attached" on the screen - nothing else just that - it wil not play music - all the other cables are fixed properly I am sure

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  • damcka Jan 16, 2009

    Hi there, did you get this problem solved, i'm having the same issue!



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Did you "enable" this input on your Denon? After seeing it, you still need to enable it in souce

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