which signals are in the connector at the bottom connector,

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which signals are in the connector at the bottom connector,

Post by pootna » November 16th, 2006, 3:17 am

Got a 5th gen ipod video.

bought a Belkin car dock (the one with cig. lighter)
modified the dock
- added headphone jack with fixed level output
- added DC jack
- removed the whole cig. jack, and stalk thing
- moved FM modulater and switcher inside the dock
- added swivel mount to dock

thing works well

audio is wired into aux input of headunit

I want to know how to sent a powerdown signal to ipod from dock. The dock gets power from the accessory line in vehicle.
Currently when I dock the Ipod, and accessory has 12V, the ipod powers up and plays music.
Now when I turn off the vehicle the acc(essory) will go to 0V, and would like the ipod to turn off automatically.

Thanks in advance

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Post by ilandboi14 » November 18th, 2006, 12:02 am

the ipod is powered by batterie you have to set it so that the

ipod turns its self off

i think its alredy like that so

just wait for it and it should turn off

the music has to be paused or just nothing playing at all

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Post by shadesdude » February 8th, 2007, 10:08 am

Take a look at pin 21 on this pinout chart
Should be what you are looking for.

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