Q: How do I select from an iPod?

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How do I select from an iPod?

When you are playing your iPod through the audio system, you can use many of the audio controls to control the iPod. Here’s how to use the audio system to fully control the iPod: 1. Press the Setup button to display the Menu. 2. Press and turn the selector knob to select an item. 3. Press the selector knob again to select the item. 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 as necessary.

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