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iParty is a wireless transmitter for your iPod mini. Here is a link to its manual: [ftp://ftp.x10.com/pub/manuals/iparty-om.pdf]
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iParty is a wireless transmitter for your iPod Mini or Nano. Here is a link to its manual: [ftp://ftp.x10.com/pub/manuals/iparty-om.pdf]
  
If the iParty does not work try the following:
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If the iParty does not work please try the following:
  
 
#Unplug the iParty receiver from your sound system, then unplug the iPod from the iParty transmitter. Use an RCA 1/8th inch to stereo cable to connect the iPod directly to your sound system, hooking up to the exact same port where the iParty receiver was just plugged in. If you do not hear noise, then your iPod or sound system are not configured correctly.
 
#Unplug the iParty receiver from your sound system, then unplug the iPod from the iParty transmitter. Use an RCA 1/8th inch to stereo cable to connect the iPod directly to your sound system, hooking up to the exact same port where the iParty receiver was just plugged in. If you do not hear noise, then your iPod or sound system are not configured correctly.

Revision as of 20:46, 31 March 2008

iParty is a wireless transmitter for your iPod Mini or Nano. Here is a link to its manual: [1]

If the iParty does not work please try the following:

  1. Unplug the iParty receiver from your sound system, then unplug the iPod from the iParty transmitter. Use an RCA 1/8th inch to stereo cable to connect the iPod directly to your sound system, hooking up to the exact same port where the iParty receiver was just plugged in. If you do not hear noise, then your iPod or sound system are not configured correctly.
  2. Make sure both units are turned on .
  3. Make sure they're on the same channel. First try both of them on A, then both on B.
  4. Make sure the battery is good- swap it for the charged-up one in the receiver.

There are no other troubleshooting documents for the iParty.