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I have a sound dock series 2 that I just bought last year and a sound dock portable that is about 9 years old. I have 2 30GB iPods, one is working on both speakers and the other one is not working on either. I have a 160 GB iPod classic that I got last year that is not working on either speaker also. I connect the iPod directly to the speakers on the connector. This just started last week. Before that they were all working fine.
Yes, it is connecting to other things like my MAC fine. I will try cleaning the charging ports with qtip and alcohol. I think it is just odd that one iPod works fine on both speakers and 2 iPods do not. Ironic.
No I have not tried that that. I know the speakers both work because the other 30 GB iPod is still playing on both. One speaker is not ever 1 yr old and the other is 9 years old. Always worked fine
But both Bose speakers are working fine on the other iPod. I doesn't recognize the other 2, won't even charge them. Not recognizing them at all.
So really there is nothing that I can do.
But the Bose speakers are working fine. It has to be the 2 iPods. What is power cycling? I find it hard to believe that 2 speakers have issues when I use the other iPod in them both and it works just fine.
I don't think it is the speakers. I am trying to figure out what could be going on with the iPods.
Now my MAC is not recognizing the 160 GB iPod. The headphones are working fine.
the other iPod that is not working on the speakers is responding to the MAC, just no sound on the speakers. the 160 GB not charging, no response on MAC and no recognition on speaker.
So what do I do now?