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I have a new ipod touch and when I plug it in it recognizes it and plays but there is no sound. I saw that changing the setting to ipod on the AV1 othtion handled the issue with other people but not me. Can you help?

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Please provide some more details, what recognizes the ipod touch. this is mostly a settings or connection problem. post back with these details then i will assist you.

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