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  • fafinette Apr 12, 2009


    I would like to play my ipod on the speakers of my Sony CMT-NEZ7 DAB and i have  a black cable that connects the ipod to the (Audio in) plug the only problem im having is actually hearing the music on the speakers.


    I dont know what setting to put it on e.g Tape or CD or Radio and non of them work cause in the car its simple there is an AUX setting so could you please help me 


    thank you :)


    my email fafinette@hotmail.co.uk


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In such cases, Apple may be able to help you fix the problem, depending on the status of your warranty.
All iPods have a one-year warranty according to Apple's website.
Software problems can also affect your audio.
For example, downloading a non-certified Apple application can stop your sound from working correctly.
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Plug in a different set of headphones and test the sound.
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Open iTunes. Plug the iPod into your computer with a USB cord.
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For example, downloading a non-certified Apple application can stop your sound from working correctly.
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Remove an application on your iPod Touch if you installed it right before your sound stopped working.
Hold your finger over the top left corner of the application.
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Touch the "X." Touch the "Home" button.
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