Could be somthing wrong with the speaker.. Get a hair dryer and blow the air into the speaker its self. ods are you have gotten water or some liquid into the speaker its self and messed it up ... I would advise getting a new speaker for it or somthing =)
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Yes, the docking station is damaging the iPod. The vibration when used load is causing damage to the iPod. If you notice, the iPod will only freeze when it is playing load in the docking station. To avoid the problem, you'll need to play the music at a lower sound with less vibration. Once I began to play my music at more reasonable sound levels, I discontinued the problem. Very disappointing solution...but it is the answer. I too called Altec Lansing. They are not aware of this issue...I told them to search the internet - it's all out there.
Lol, sounds like that iPod sucked the power out of your house. Just kidding. If it is plugged into a wall outlet, make sure that the conections are not bent or warped in any way (remeber this stuff is very fragile so look for the smallest stuff). If it is plugged into one of those multi outlet devils, make sure that is not too clogged up. For those I always use the Male Bathroom Ediquate rule, never stand (nor plug) next to a guy in another urinal.
have you checked the voltage requirement of the speakers?possibly, the voltage requirement of your speakers isn't adequately supplied by your batteries.if this is the case,please purchase the necessary batteries that would suffice the needs of your speakers.