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The GX-M10 has a dock for iPod and iPhone. Is there a reason that you are not using that method of connection?
Please let me know so that we can continue.
Hi, I used the ipod in the dock and it said the same thing. I also have an iphone 5 and it's got the new 8 pin connector instead or the usually 32 pin so it won't fit on the dock. The manual of the GX-M10 says you also can connect via USB. The iphone 5 works perfectly via USB but the ipod don't.
What is the model and generation of your iPod?
>>>HERE IS A LIST<<<
...just in case you are not sure.
Fifth generation 30G ipod
According to the instructions >>>HERE<<< the boom box is not compatible with 5th Gen Ipod, only 'Classic' which is 6th gen.
Here is the specific part of teh instructions: http://files.sharpusa.com/Downloads/ForHome/HomeEntertainment/Audio/Manuals/aud_man_GXM10.pdf
This is why your iPod will not work with the boom box.
I am sorry. I know it is not what you wanted to hear.
Please let me know if I can help you further.
Thank you, thought there was a way of making it work.
What you can do is this: on the back of the boom box is a 3.5mm input shown here (#8): http://screencast.com/t/fNrKiDzCRa20
Get yourself a 3.5mm patch cord for about a dollar: http://deepsurplus.com/Home-Theater-Audio-Video_2/3-5MM-Mono-Male-to-Male-Cables/10ft-3-5MM-Mono-Male-to-Male-Audio-Patch-Cable
...and plug the iPod in using the headphone jack.
That will work.
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