Connectable iPod models Type C audio:

Type D audio:

Type D audio:

Do not connect an iPod other than

Do not connect an iPod other than the previously stated models. Doing so may result in a malfunction or, depending on conditions, cause a fire.

NOTE
- iPod is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

- You are only permitted to personally copy and play copyright-free material or material that is legally permitted to be copied and played by using an iPod and iTunes. Copyright infringement is prohibited by law.

- To check the firmware version of an iPod, connect it to a computer and check the device manager. For further information, see the Users Guide that comes with the iPod - To update the firmware version of an iPod, visit the Apple Inc. website.

- Depending on the model and firmware version of an iPod, it may not work properly or not operate at all.

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