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i.Sound AV Cable Works with iPhone and Made for iPod (White)

by i.Sound
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  • Compatible with all iPhone and iPod models and most mobile media devices
  • Allows you to watch and view pictures on TV
  • Allows you to listen to music on your home stereo
  • Charges all iPod models with a 30-pin connector
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Technical Details
Brand Namei.Sound
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions1.6 x 5 x 7 inches
Item model numberDGIPOD-296
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB001H9NX3O
Best Sellers Rank #157,853 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

Connect your iPhone, iPod, or mobile media device to your television or stereo with i.Sound's AV Cables. Free yourself from limited picture quality and watch your iPhone or iPod videos and slide shows on a full-size television. Connect the audio cables to your home stereo to experience the rich, vibrant sound that i.Sound's advanced cable technology delivers. i.Sound's AV Cables include a USB charge cable compatible with all iPods that use a 30-pin connector.

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Customer Reviews

These cables work great with the iPhone 3Gs.
Intelligentsia
Also the connector doesn't seem long enough for a secure fit, it wobbles a lot and if you bump it, it loses the connection.
Dennis Heinle
I recommend this if you have a "regular" tv or system that you need just a simple RCA adapter for audio and video.
Rhonda

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

71 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Delta Echo on February 12, 2010
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In shopping for a video out cable, I quickly found myself concerned with Apple branded quality versus many aftermarket brands. This product is nearest Apple brand quality as any I have seen.

Simple, easy to use and has ample cable to connect to RCA jacks.
Pros:
-The contacts are gold coated and also color coded Yellow (Video), Red (Right), White (Left)
-The cable is long and will reach easily around most TV's, DVR's, LCD's
-Optional Power Cable plugs directly into Apple connector so you can power the phone while using it as an output device

Cons:
-Would be nice if optional Power Supply cord was the same length as the video cables.

Note to buyers: Make sure you read the enclosed instructions on how to set your iPhone to "Video Out- ON" before thinking the cable doesn't work...(see video)

Great quality for the low price, simple to use, very plug and play.

I have an iPhone 3GS 16GB that I travel with and use to play DVD's downloaded to my iPhone..the 16x9 resolution DVD is extremely clear and I only wish Apple made an iPhone remote as well.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By bigoil on August 10, 2009
These actually work as advertised, even though we bought this for the 3GS, it works on our ipod touch and video ipods as well. We have had many cables that work some of the time, these work all the time. Note there are three pieces to this set, a 3 pin microphone jack to three lead RCA cable (for use with older video ipods), a mini-usb connector, and a dock unit that plugs into the bottom of the newer units that the first two cables can then plug into. It is a lot of cables, only the latter one is unique, but it has worked flawlessly so far. We got ours for about $30 at a Marshalls store.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Heinle on June 16, 2010
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Works with Ipod touch 3rd gen and iphone 3g with iOS4.

This cable does what it says and works with Ipod Touch 3rd gen (64gb) and an iPhone 3G. However I dislike how it comes in 3 parts. I thought the USB cable was a standard micro-usb port, but it's not. It's some proprietary crap. Also the connector doesn't seem long enough for a secure fit, it wobbles a lot and if you bump it, it loses the connection. The USB cables falls out as well. With all the negatives, it does work, just not the greatest.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Clayton Fraga on January 23, 2010
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I encode my dvds (bought at my expense) with Handbrake, they are all on my computer and can be loaded to my iPhone 3GS. On road trips I load a few movies and it keeps my son entertained, and nice to watch while at the hotel. The only thing I don't like are the plugs, they are bulky and stiff. But I can live with it cause it works like it should. I've seen these at the AT&T store and laugh at the price they charge, I'm glad I bought from Amazon.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ralph Rotten on December 23, 2009
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I bought this cable for use with my car's built in composite connectors. These cables deliver sound and video from my Ipod Touch to my car's audio/video system; no complaints. I'm glad I did not purchase the Apple brand cables at twice the price.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie on April 6, 2010
I was reluctant to purchase these cables. I have purchased a lot of cables for my Ipod and none of them have worked with the video to my t.v. (I have the newest version of Ipod available) These cables actually WORKED!!!!! We hooked the Ipod up to the t.v and watched movies off of my ipod. It had great picture and sound quality. At first I couldn't get the cables to work but I went into Settings on my Ipod and changed the video settings to NTSC instead of PAL. It worked like a charm. I am so excited!! A++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeffry Steele on May 19, 2010
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My hope was to play songs through iTunes with lyrics displayed on a TV for my music classes. But as you can read in another helpful review, video out is activated only by the Photo and Movie player apps -- which does not include the iTunes player. In past years, I would show the lyrics along with images to students using my laptop and presentation software. Fortunately, Apple has provided a "pdf to iphoto" option in the printer dialog box [which really means "jpg to iphoto"] that allows me to convert those presentations to iphoto "albums" with one click. When synced to my ipod touch, I can project the lyrics as a slideshow [usually about four lines of text per slide] onto either the TV screen or LCD projector [though I find the latter has more trouble recognizing the ipod's video signal]. But one still has to start the audio from the music player app before starting the photo slideshow. No matter what duration you've set for each slide, once you start pressing the arrows, you're given manual control over the timing, fortunately. A more elegant option in its presentation -- though its preparation consumes far more time -- is to create a quicktime movie in iMovie for each song. Be warned also that when you use the audio out from this interface, you will not be able to control volume from your ipod. The headphone out is still active, though, and is still under control of the volume buttons -- but sometimes that signal gets interrupted, requiring me to unplug and re-plug the 1/8" plug. Apart from these anomalies, the interface works as promised [using OS 3.1.3].
Added 5/28: It is also worth mentioning that when inserting the 1/8" plug into the ipod directly (rather than via the AV adapter plug) the yellow (formerly video) plug becomes a mic level input for recording!
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