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Ipod Touch Help

Discussion in 'Home Cinema, Hi-Fi and Gadgets' started by Alba77, Sep 25, 2008.

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    [Sep 25, 2008]
    Anyone advise which of the two cables below would allow me to connect my ipod touch (not the newer version just out like in last 2weeks, but the 'older' model) to a tv and therefore allow me to watch movies and view photos held on ipod on the tv?
    Does that make sense?lol..:unsure:

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    [Sep 26, 2008]
    It depends on your TV.
    If it's a basic TV, it will probably only accept composite (red/white/yellow jackplugs).
    In which case, cable 1) should do you.
    But composite is ****, the worst connection possible for picture quality.

    If your TV is an LCD it can probably accept component,also known as progressive scan (red/green/blue jackplugs marked Y/pbcb/Prcr).
    In that case you need these cables below.
    http://store.apple.com/us/product/M...ipod/ipod_accessories/shop_by_type/ipodtouch1
    With component, there are seperate sound feeds (L+R), but those are in the box too.
    Component will give you much better picture quality than composite.

    Hope this helps.:drag:
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