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Dynex iPod Dock with Remote Control connected to a tv. Volume not loud enough even though volume on tv and ipod volume are all the way up.

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  • Anonymous Apr 07, 2009

    I am having the same issue with volume. I have used the remote to manually increase the volume to the max and the audio is still fairly low. I'm thinking it may be a quality issue. I have to turn my receiver volume up to 30 out of 50 for it to be slightly above audible.

    Is this a poor quality product or another issue?


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I had the same problem. it seems that you have to use the remote to turn the volume up on the ipod instead of doing it manually. that worked for me.

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

  • n-c-m-t- Jan 18, 2011

    I never had mine hooked up to a TV, but when I had it hooked up to a Bose stereo I found that you had to use the remote to turn the volume of the dock up first, then adjust the volume of the ipod/stereo accordingly, and it worked fine. Unfortunately, I have since lost my remote and cannot increase the volume on the base, which resets to a low volume when power is lost. Let me know if you want to get rid or a remote.

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How To Connect Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod To The TV


The following devices have support for TV out:
  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • iPod touch
  • iPod nano (3rd generation and later)
  • iPod classic, iPod (5th generation), and iPod photo
Note: Other iPod models may support viewing of photos or slideshows on the iPod display but do not support TV out.
The following docks support TV out when used with an iPod model or iPhone that supports TV out:
  • Apple Universal Dock (requires either the Apple Composite AV Cable or the Apple Component AV Cable-will not work with the iPod AV Cable). Search the store for part number MB125G.
  • iPod Universal Dock or iPod with color display dock (iPod photo dock)
Important: The iPhone dock does not support TV out.
iPod models that support TV out can support viewing on a television in several ways. Use the tables below to see which cables and docks can be used with each iPod model. Check the documentation that came with the cable or iPod for information on how to connect and enable TV out.
Note: If you choose to use a third-party cable, make sure it has the "Works with iPhone" or "Made for iPod" label. Learn more about iPod and iPhone accessories.

All you need to get TV out is a compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod and the correct cable. If your device works with the component and composite cables, then the choice depends on the TV(s) you will be connecting to.

  • Apple Composite AV Cable (part number MB129LL) will connect any iPhone, iPad, or iPod to your TV using RCA Cables.
  • Apple Component AV Cable (part number MB128LL) will connect any iPhone, iPad, or iPod (except iPod with color display (iPod photo), and iPod (5th generation)) to your TV using Component Cables.

A dock can be a welcome addition if you're going to keep your cables connected to the TV. The Apple Universal Dock includes an Apple Remote so you can pause and adjust the volume from a distance. The docks and cables are sold separately.

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My speaker makes a realy loud buzzing noise when I turn the power on


Try turning the volume down before disconnecting.

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Only the volume controls work on my Skullcandy Pipe remote control. I can't advance songs or use the shuffle etc


turn on your ipod before putting it into the dock -make sure dock is on aswell then connect it and you will hear a noise like plugging into the computer and then the whole remote will work ! !

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Wake up with the radio is always set to level 19... I would like to set my radio alarm with a lower volume... my centrios is a Speed to Sound CENTRIOS IPOD/IPHONE CLOCK RADIO I will return this


We also have this problem. Found this info in the product's Q&A on the website: http://answers.thesource.ca/answers/9026/product/1218694/centrios-centrios-ipod-iphone-clock-radio-white-questions-answers/questions.htm

"Ok. there is a way that you can LOWER the wakeup radio volume. turn on the radio (forget about the alarm right now) and go to the station that you want. when you get to the station, you should be able to press the 'skip/fast forward' button on the remote. when you do this, number 5 should show up beside the station #. When you do this, it lowers the overall volume of every volume level, so now level 19 is equal to volume level 9/10, which for me is loud enough to wake me, but not give me a heart attack! so, now when the alarm goes of, the volume is a lot lower. BUT if you want to wake up to your ipod, this method will NOT work, it will still be up at level 19. so when you turn on your ipod, it will be really LOUD. again, this only works with the radio."

Also if you are waking to ipod and not radio this was in the reviews:
"Fooled with it for a bit and discovered that you have to turn down the volume of the iPod first before putting it on the dock. We've tried it a few times just to make sure and it worked every time!!"

Still not a perfect solution, but a great improvement. Hope this helps someone.

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My problem is that the remote for my skull candy pipe speakers only adjust the volume but it used to work when i first got it


turn on your ipod before putting it into the dock -make sure dock is on aswell then connect it and you will hear a noise like plugging into the computer and then the whole remote will work !

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  • Compatibility: iPod 3G, 4G, 5G, 6G; nano 1G, 2G, 3G; iPod touch; iPod mini
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For more iPhone / iPod touch tips, click here. Feel free to comment on any of my tips if you have other questions.


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