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Q: What versions of the iPod are compatible with the audio system?

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What versions of the iPod are compatible with the audio system?

A: While the audio system in your car was desi...

While the audio system in your car was designed to support some devices, including the iPod, it doesn’t support all versions. Here’s what you need to know concerning whether your particular device can be connected:

Supported Versions:

  1. Classic iPod (both 80 and 160 GB versions)

  2. 120 GB iPod Classic

  3. 5th generation iPod (with video)

  4. iPod Nano (first through fifth generation)

  5. iPod Touch (first and second gen)

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