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Chapter 9. Accessories > Adaptive Technology

Adaptive Technology

Although the iPod's audio jack is labeled with the headphones symbol, that jack can accommodate more than the iPod's earbuds. Unlike the headphone jack on some other electronic devices, the iPod's audio jack can send out perfectly clean audio from this port to your computer's sound input port or to a home or car stereo. All you need to perform this feat is the right cable. The same goes for the third-generation iPod and iPod mini Dock. Its Audio Out port is comfortable with a variety of audio cables. In this section, I'll show you exactly which cables to use and how to string them properly from the iPod or Dock to the device of your choice (Figure 9.8).


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