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post #211 of 264
Hehe happy to help. Although since that post I'm now just using the bridged 11/15 as my ground which frees up space at the +ve end. Both ways work, just easier with thicker wire.
post #212 of 264
Anyone find their iPhone gets damn hot when using their LOD? The only other time I feel this thing get this hot is when I'm running some serious apps or I've been on 3G data for a while. Battery life also seems to drain off really fast.
post #213 of 264
Sorry to resurrect, but does anyone know if a 100k resistor will be too much?
post #214 of 264
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Originally Posted by FraGGleR View Post
Sorry to resurrect, but does anyone know if a 100k resistor will be too much?
I just made one yesterday w/ a 68 for a 2nd gen touch and it worked perfectly, so if you don't HAVE to use a 100 I'd just do a 68.
post #215 of 264
68 worked 10/10 times on the one i made
post #216 of 264
Does it matter what wattage the resistors are? Will 1/2 watt work?
post #217 of 264
My line out dock connector is working with no problems... my big issue is getting the line in on the dock connector to work. This has been brought up several times but seems to be disregarded. I can't seem to find any sort of answer on this so please help if you know or have the time to help figure it out.

Anyone know how to get the L & R line-in to work through the dock connector?
post #218 of 264
where do you buy the LOD connectors in the states?
TIA!
post #219 of 264
I don't think there is a source in the states. Ridax is in Germany, but it only took about 4 days for my order to get to me and it was only like $5 shipping. Qables also sells them, but I don't know about shipping costs or time.
post #220 of 264
Sorry am i missing something, when you say doesnt work do you mean no music or you cannot adjust the volume. Before i lost my iPhone, it would play music through my Fiio LOD but i cannot adjust volume. Is there anyway around my problem?
BTW i do understand that you guys want to DIY but just wondering...
post #221 of 264

Parts, audio-in, Q&A

I was able to get mine @ 30-pin Apple Dock Connector iPod iPhone which ships out of LA California.

Anyone know how connect a working left and right audio input on the dock connector? my audio out works great but I can't seem to figure out how to correctly make the Left/Right audio-in work through the dock connector. I want to use a stereo input. The headphone in is mono (left only).
post #222 of 264
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Originally Posted by brownandproud View Post
Sorry am i missing something, when you say doesnt work do you mean no music or you cannot adjust the volume. Before i lost my iPhone, it would play music through my Fiio LOD but i cannot adjust volume. Is there anyway around my problem?
BTW i do understand that you guys want to DIY but just wondering...
as I understood it, an ipod LOD cannot be volume adjusted... just sends out a clean, robust signal to your amp
post #223 of 264
yes, if you can adjust the volume, its not a line out
post #224 of 264
Let me ask some stupid stuff..
I've a USB (to Belkin micro car charger)/ 3,5 mm Stereo (Input to head unit/ auxgate connect) to dock cable which i bought in the shop. I'm using an iPhone 3g with FW 3.1.3.
I only get a line out signal and the volume slider in the iphone disappears as connecting the cable. If the iPhone is connected to the original Apple Dock i've the volume slider which i like to have also in car.
I bypass my head unit and connect to an i-sotec auxgate connect. So volume is only controlled by the input device - so i need the volume slider of the iphone in the car.
I opened the dock connect cable and found a resistor and measured 67.8 k OHM. Regarding this site Apple iPod - iPhone dock Connector Pinout - AllPinouts i need a 1k OHM resistor to get the volume slider?
My requirements:
I need the volume slider.
I don't want to see the "not copmpatible" message.

So what is the right resistor in my case?
post #225 of 264

Well I've been doing lots of reading but can't seem to find an answer.  The issue I have is I have a car audio deck (JVC KW-NX7000) and it has a female USB connector to connect to an ipod.  This worked fine with a regular IPOD and I had full control of the IPOD with the JVC deck and all that was on the IPOD screen was the JVC logo.  Fast forward and I have upgraded to a new Iphone 3GS.  Now the JVC deck says that its "not made for iphone" but I was wondering if there was a way to trick the deck into thinking its just a regular IPOD and allow me control through the stereo.  When I connect the iphone it does charge but thats it, the JVC does not recognize the device.  Any help is appreciated!

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