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Depends on the the type of aux input. if the reciever has a usb port use the standard ipod charge cable, however if it has something that looks like a head phone input you will have to buy a male-male auxilary cord from an audio or hardware store.

Posted on Jun 21, 2010

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How do you charge an ipod shuffle


Connect the included USB cable to your iPod Shuffle.

Plug the opposite end of the iPod Shuffle cable into an open USB port on your computer, which must be turned on.


Check the light on the iPod Shuffle. If the light has turned on, the iPod Shuffle is properly charging.


Using iPod charger

Plug the iPod charger into a working electrical outlet.


Connect the included USB cable to your iPod Shuffle.

Plug the opposite end of the iPod Shuffle cable into the USB port on the iPod charger.


The iPod Shuffle should begin charging immediately.

hope this helps

Sep 18, 2012 | Audio Players & Recorders

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How to connect an iPod to a TV


<p>The iPod is a very capable media player personal, but sometimes that tiny screen just does not cut it. Fortunately for owners of iPod, Apple allows users to connect their devices to a TV, so that the videos from your iPod to transmit to the screen. For this connection, iPod owners to buy an extra TV out cable, which is sold in most electronic stores. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Buy a cable TV output compatible. Apple sells three TV-out cables, iPod composite cable, composite cable Apple and the Apple Component Cable. See the References section for an iPod TV out cable compatibility list to ensure that you have purchased the correct cable. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Connect your iPod to TV out cable TV. Depending on the output cable TV you bought, the cable connects the input of the composite or component input on your TV. Each entry is color coded to the appropriate plug-ins to handle. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Connect the other end of the cable to your iPod. The cable consists iPod is connected to the headset connector iPod, Apple, while the other two-plug cables into the wall socket. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Turn off the TV mode on your iPod through the opening of "Video Settings" from the "Videos" menu on your iPod and change "TV Out" to "On." <br />

on Aug 09, 2011 | Apple iPod touch

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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.

on Feb 21, 2011 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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How to Unlock an iPod Nano Code
With the latest iPod Nano model, you can set a four-digit code and lock all intruders from accessing your iPod. In order to use the device's functions again, you need to enter the correct code. However, if you happen to lose or forget the code, you will need to find another way to unlock your iPod Nano.
Things You'll Need:
iPod Nano Mac or PC computer iPod USB cable
1 Plug the iPod USB cable into the bottom of your iPod Nano. Plug the other end of the USB cable into a free USB port on your Mac or PC computer. Open the iTunes program by using the Dock on a Mac or the Start menu on a PC.
2 Select your iPod Nano from the "Devices" list in the main iTunes window. Click on the "Sync" button to make a connection between your computer and your iPod Nano.
3 Click on the "Eject" symbol once the syncing process is complete. Remove your iPod Nano from the USB cable. The iPod's lock code will now be reset and you will be able to access all features again.
4 Navigate to the "Screen Lock" option in the iPod menu to lock your iPod's screen again. Since your iPod's lock code was just reset, you will be prompted to select a new four-digit code.

Jan 05, 2012 | Apple iPod nano

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Don't how to connect iphone to ear speaker


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A speaker bar is a (usually portable) speaker system that includes a dock for an iPod. The unit is usually bar-shaped, with either a rectangular or cylindrical cross-section. Connecting an iPod to a speaker bar is usually as simple as plugging it in. Many speaker bars will also charge the iPod while it is connected. However some do not have an iPod dock, in which case the iPod must be connected by a 3.5mm audio cable.


Instructions

Things You'll Need:

* 3.5mm cable (for some speaker bars)


Turn the iPod on. Look to see if the speaker bar has a dock for the iPod. The dock will fit an iPod perfectly and will generally be located in the center of the speaker bar. There will be a connector that resembles the connector on the docking cable that came with the iPod. Place the iPod on the docking station and turn on the speaker bar. Such is the case with the "2.1 Channel Bar Speaker with Dock for iPod" or the "Yamaha YAS-71BL Front Surround Speaker System"


iPod headphones use a 3.5mm audio cable.

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Connect the iPod via the 3.5mm cable. If the speaker bar does not have a docking station it will have a 3.5mm cable connector with a jack like the headphone jack on iPod ear pods. Plug the 3.5mm cable in the iPod headphone jack. Plug the other end in the iPod. Turn on the speaker bar. The procedure is straight forward and Apple specifically designed the headphone jack with third party stereos in mind.


Select a song on the iPod and play it. The speaker bar will play the music from the iPod.

Hope that helped..

have a nice day.

Feb 23, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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USA SPEC PA11-Vol unit will not play iPod using the iPod cable.


where did you plug this behind the radio ? or at the cd changer cable ?, the interface needs to be plug into the radio not the cd changer cable

Dec 20, 2009 | USA Spec (PA11-VOL) for iPod

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Ipod touch connector


Hello serafineb,

The Alpine Full Speed cable for the iPod supports the following versions:

Fourth generation iPod
Fifth generation iPod
iPod photo
iPod mini
iPod nano

According to their website it does not appear that Alpine currently has a cable for the iPod touch. They do, however, make a "generic" cable for most MP3 players that connects directly to the earphone jack. Although this would not allow you to control the iPod from your stereo's head unit, you should be able to connect the iPod touch via this cable to play music through your car stereo.

More information about the "generic" cable can be found here.

Best Regards,
Ken
"Go Ahead. Use Us."

Jun 17, 2008 | Apple iPod touch

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5th generation ipod av cable


Hi,

Check these links on how to connect your ipod to tv.

You have to buy a cable, which will enable it.

http://labnol.blogspot.com/2006/05/connect-ipod-to-your-tv-watch-videos.html

Or

http://www.podguide.tv/archives/2005/11/how_to_watch_ip.html

Hope this helps.

Good Luck.

Live, Love, Laugh.

May 13, 2008 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player

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Jensen VM 9311 iPod Classic


You might need the jenson media module,that might have came with it.Mine did and I bought it 2nd hand.and a special ipod cable that hooks from the media module to your ipod.

Mar 16, 2008 | Audiovox VM9311TS

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