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Using the Apple Universal Dock Congratulations on purchasing your Apple Universal Dock. You can use this Dock with iPhone or any iPod that has a Dock connector. Here are the things you can do with your new Dock: Â Connect the Dock to your computer, and then place your iPod or iPhone in the Dock to charge the battery and sync content from iTunes (page 6). Â Connect the Dock to a power outlet (using an Apple USB Power Adapter, available separately), and then place your iPod or iPhone in the Dock
Important: Never force a connector into a port. If the connector and port don’t join with reasonable ease, they probably don’t match. Make sure that the connector matches the port and that you have positioned the connector correctly in relation to the port. Your Universal Dock includes the following: Universal Dock Dock adapters (5) Apple Remote 4 4 English E nglish 5
Universal Dock at a Glance Infrared (IR) Dock connector port Dock connector receiver Line out port Component What You Can Do Infrared (IR) receiver Control playback from a distance using the Apple Remote. Dock connector port Connect the Dock to your computer or a USB Power Adapter using the cable that came with your iPod or iPhone. Or connect an Apple Composite or Component AV Cable to view photos or videos on a TV or other video device (with iPhone and some iPod models). Dock connector Pla
To use the Dock with your iPod or iPhone: 1 Attach the cable included with your iPod or iPhone to your computer or to a USB Power Adapter (sold separately) that’s plugged into a power outlet, and connect the other end to the Dock. 2 C ho ose the adapt er tha t fits y our i P o d or i P hone . Y our i P o d or i P hone fits snugly in t o the correct adapter. The number (9–18) shows which iPod or iPhone fits iPod and iPhone iPod touch iPod nano iPod nano iPod classic 9 15 16 17 18 5th gen
3 Insert the dock adapter into the connector well of your Dock, and then put your iPod or iPhone in the Dock. Dock adapter Connector well You can remove the dock adapter with your fingernail by using this slot. If the Dock is connected to your computer and iTunes is set to sync your iPod or iPhone automatically, syncing begins as soon as you put your iPod or iPhone in the Dock. For more information about syncing content to your iPod or iPhone and using all of its features, see the user guide
Viewing Photos and Videos on a TV or Other Video Device With iPhone and most iPod models, you can use the Dock to view photos and video on a TV or other video device (such as a digital projector). The TV or other device must have standard RCA type connectors that support either composite or component video signals. To connect the Dock, you need an Apple Composite AV Cable or Component AV Cable. Choose your cable based on the available inputs on your TV or video device. These cables are avai
Playing Music Through External Speakers or a Stereo Using the Universal Dock, you can play music from your iPod or iPhone through external speakers or a stereo receiver. You need an audio cable (available separately) with a standard 3.5 millimeter stereo miniplug (many external speakers use this type of cable). To use your iPod or iPhone with the Dock to play music through speakers or a stereo: 1 Place your iPod or iPhone in the Dock. 2 Connect the speakers or stereo to the Dock line out
Using the Apple Remote You can use the included infrared (IR) remote to control playback from your iPod or iPhone connected to the Dock. Make sure there are no obstructions between the remote and the Dock. IR window Volume Up Previous/Rewind Next/Fast-forward Volume Down Play/Pause Menu Battery compartment 10 10 English E nglish 11
To use the Apple Remote: To Do This Play or pause a song or video Press ’ Change the volume Press ∂ or D Skip to the next song Press ‘ Start a song or video over or Press ] once to start a song or video over. Press it twice to play the previous song play the previous song. Fast-forward or rewind a song Press and hold ‘ or ] or video Note: Y ou can ’ t use the r emot e t o cho ose a diff er en t pla ylist. U se the i P o d or i P hone controls instead. To set the Dock to work with only a p
Note: You may want to pair your other Apple Remote compatible devices with other r emot e s , so the r emot e y ou use with y our D o ck do e sn ’ t aff ec t those de vic e s . For instructions, see the documentation that came with those devices. To reset the Dock to work with other Apple Remotes: Follow steps 1 and 2 above. Then press and hold both » and ] on the Apple Remote for about six seconds. The Dock now works with any Apple Remote. To change the battery: The Apple Remote include
Important Safety Instructions WARNING: Failure to follow these safety instructions could result in injury or damage. Avoid Hearing Damage Permanent hearing loss may occur if your iPod or iPhone is used at high volume. Set the volume to a safe level. You can adapt over time to a higher volume that may sound normal but can be damaging to your hearing. If you experience ringing in your ears or muffled s p eech, st op list ening and ha v e y our hear ing check ed . T he louder the v olume ,
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