User manual APPLE IPOD
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[. . . ] If there is no dock adapter for your model of iPod included with your iPod Hi-Fi, you can purchase one at www. With some newer iPod models, you can set how the backlight behaves when iPod is connected to your iPod Hi-Fi. You can also set whether you see the Now Playing screen or album artwork on iPod. You're able to change these settings if you see a Speakers item in the main menu when you connect your iPod. [. . . ] You connect audio devices or an older iPod using an audio cable with a standard 3. For higher-quality sound, you can connect an optical digital audio device using an optical digital audio cable with a Mini-Toslink connector. To play music from another audio device through your iPod Hi-Fi: 1 Connect an audio cable to the audio input port on your iPod Hi-Fi and to a line-level port or headphones port on the device. WARNING: Distortion may occur if you connect your iPod Hi-Fi to a device with an output higher than 2V (volts) RMS. Do not connect your iPod Hi-Fi to the speaker outputs from another device. To switch playback from an iPod to a device connected to the audio input port: If an iPod with a dock connector and an audio device are connected to your iPod Hi-Fi at the same time, your iPod Hi-Fi plays music from the iPod by default. You can also remove your iPod to switch to a device connected to the audio input port. To play audio from your computer using your iPod Hi-Fi: m You can connect an AirPort Express Base Station to your iPod Hi-Fi and stream audio wirelessly from a computer in another room. M In most cases, you can also connect a computer directly to your iPod Hi-Fi using an audio cable. If you have a computer with optical digital audio, such as a Mac Pro or a MacBook Pro, you can connect it using an optical digital cable for better quality sound. With some newer models of iPod, you can also adjust the volume using the iPod Click Wheel. When not in use, your iPod Hi-Fi enters a low-power standby mode to save battery life. However, if you don't plan to use your iPod Hi-Fi for an extended period, you may wish to remove the batteries to extend battery life even longer. Note: If you are using your iPod Hi-Fi with batteries (and not plugged into an electrical outlet) and you connect an iPod with a dock connector, the batteries in your iPod Hi-Fi will provide a minimum charge to iPod. If you don't want the batteries in your iPod Hi-Fi to expend power when iPod isn't playing, remove iPod from your iPod Hi-Fi. If your iPod Hi-Fi is plugged into an electrical outlet, the iPod battery charges until it is fully charged. Most problems with your iPod Hi-Fi can be solved quickly by following the advice in this chapter. If your iPod Hi-Fi won't play music or respond Â Make sure the volume isn't turned down all the way. If another audio device is connected, make sure the volume on that device isn't turned down all the way. Â Unplug your iPod Hi-Fi, wait about five seconds, and plug it in again. Make sure the power cord connectors on both ends of the power cord are pushed in all the way. Â If you're using batteries, make sure the batteries are inserted correctly. [. . . ] Then press and hold the Center and Menu buttons for about six seconds, until the Apple logo appears. Note: If you have an original iPod with a dock connector (with four buttons below the display), press and hold the Play/Pause (') and Menu buttons to reset it. Â If that doesn't work, see the documentation that came with your iPod for more information. If the remote isn't working Â Make sure to point the remote directly at your iPod Hi-Fi. [. . . ]
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