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Q: How do I select a play mode with my iPod?

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How do I select a play mode with my iPod?

A: You can use your iPod to play music, audiob...

You can use your iPod to play music, audiobooks or podcasts through your radio system.

  1. Press the 6 button or Browse to find the menu mode on the iPod.

  2. Turn the right knob clockwise to see the different play modes. It goes from Playlists to Artists to Albums to Songs to Podcasts to Genres to Composers to Audiobooks.

  3. Press the right knob button to choose your preferred play mode.

  4. Press button 3 to select the choice that is displayed.

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