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Old 06-08-2011, 08:02 AM - Thread Starter
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I have a Russund CAV 6.6 and would like to connect my ipod touch, or iphone, as a source so I couls access internet radio such as Pandora. I have the Russound i Bridge dock kit but it only seems to be compatible with the regular ipod, not the TOUCH. I tried a generic ipod touch dock with a "line-out" jack, which I connected to a source input on the 6.6 but the sound was terrible, a lot of static.

Any suggestions on how to play Pandora on my ipod Touch through my russound CAV 6.6? any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Go with a Bluetooth receiver like Belkin's unit. You can then take the iPod touch with you to the couch to manage content selections instead of it being tethered to the equipment. What ever model you go with look for auto pairing, A2DP, and a clean line audio output - 1V Peak to Peak would be good too as many Bluetooth units have low audio output levels.
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any luck finding a solution for this? Which belkin model is best?
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1V Peak to Peak would be good too as many Bluetooth units have low audio output levels.2.gif
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