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I have a JVC KD-AVX33 with an ipod connection but when i hook up my new 160gb ipod it says no device connected.

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  • lilwood22 Jul 01, 2008

    thanks for your help.

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Sir it wont detect 160gb ipods sir

please use a low capacity ipod

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  • dewan nafees ahmed Jul 01, 2008

    am sure that your player will detect low capacity ipods

    car players wont detect high capacity ipods.

    because they dont have capacity to sync heavy data .


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