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Chapter 2.  Going Mobile

Chapter 2. Going Mobile

Here’s what you’ll explore in this chapter:

  • Using the iPod’s scroll pad and buttons to play music

  • Repeating and shuffling songs and albums for playback, and defining an “On-The-Go” playlist

  • Connecting your iPod to home stereo systems, portable stereos and speakers, headphones, and car accessories

  • Controlling the sound quality with the iPod’s equalizer presets

The iPod is designed to play music right in your hand, while you move about the world—hiking, jogging, driving a car, riding in a boat, and so on. It offers all the features of high-quality music, but not just for home stereos in living rooms. You can leave your CDs at home and take your music with you, connecting your iPod to everything from portable stereos to headphones to car tape decks to tiny battery-powered portable speakers. You can even use it with an old-fashioned car radio.


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