How to Use an iPod : Knowing the Cords & Cables for iPod Basics

How to Use an iPod : Knowing the Cords & Cables for iPod Basics


Hi! My name is Eric. On behalf of expertvillage.com,
I’m here today to talk to you about the different cables that are available for you
iPod. Currently, shipping with all current models of iPods, is the dock connector to
USB cable. USB is signified by the pitchfork icon, as demonstrated here with the Apple
logo on the other side. This cable works for all 3rd -5th generation and current model
units. Originally, shipping with the original 3rd generation dock connector was the fire
wire, signifies by the Y shaped icon with the interior circle and the Apple logo on
the other side. These cables are no longer available for any current model units and
have been discontinued by Apple as of late. One of the other things that’s available
as a secondary purchase is the photo video adapter for the iPod, which contains a 3 ring
tipped 3.5 mm plug and 3 RCA jacks, which are available to plug in to your TV with right
and left audio. The differences between these are signified by the outer rings of these
cables that have red and white for left and right audio and the yellow for video. On behalf
of expertvillage.com, my name is Eric. Thank you for watching and have a good day.

One thought on “How to Use an iPod : Knowing the Cords & Cables for iPod Basics

  1. fire wire sucks

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