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#18038 23-Dec-2007 23:22
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Ok so I have another problem, I purchased a Belkin AV Cable and well it's not working for me.  I tried it on all 4 of my televisions and none of them work!!.  My iPod is a touch and yeah I need help so much help is appreciated thanks.

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  #101608 23-Dec-2007 23:25
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The Belkin AV cables available from the likes of DSE etc, do NOT work with the ipod Classics, touch or iPhones.

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  #101609 23-Dec-2007 23:28
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Is it a 3.5mm to 2xRCA? Should work fine just try the audio plugs in the video in (yellow port) on your TV







 
 
 
 


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  #101610 23-Dec-2007 23:31
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It is is 3.5mm to 3xRCA. And for some reason they just do not work. Maybe the earth is on the wrong connector?

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  #101619 24-Dec-2007 01:33
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With the latest and....(un)greatest iPods, Video out has been crippled. You can only get it from the dock cock connector using apples way over priced cables, which you can't even get from the nz store right now. Not even their own universal dock will help you.



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  #101684 24-Dec-2007 16:38
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Oh wowza umm I have done some research and it looks to me that it does work but yeah, it aint even working for my PSP but not too sure whether or not it does work on the PSP or not.


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  #101687 24-Dec-2007 16:58
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As Fossie has said, it will not work.

As for the PSP, I think it will work but only for certain applications. I do not think you are able to play games or watch movies unless you use the component cable?

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