[DML] Re: iPod adapter?
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[DML] Re: iPod adapter?


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Ryan Wright" <ryanpwright@...> wrote:
> Why is the Belkin the best? Simply, when you 
> remove power from it, your iPod will pause.
> I can only assume the Belkin unit sends an
> actual signal to the iPod some how. Other
> adapters don't do this, so you have to manually
> pause the iPod when you get out of the car. 

The Belkin has a resistor in the plug which tells
the iPod to power down upon loosing power, just like 
when You're using an Apple Dock at your computer...

I've got my iPod connected to my Aftermarket Kenwood 
Head Unit with Kenwoods KCA-iP500 interface, which 
actually does the same power down, and on top of that 
gives me control over the iPod on the Head Unit and 
gives Readout of the tracknames and such on it's display.

So the iPod can be stowed away out of sight and 
still be used to (allmost) its full potential.

Another great system is the ICE>link Plus system 
by Dension, which is available for allmost all 
big brand s of After Market Stereo's.

Good Luck,

JAN van de Wouw
The Netherlands

Former owner of #05141,
now driving a Toyota Aygo 1.0 VVT-i

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