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Keyspan cable connects iPod to Ford Sync system

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Keyspan has introduced its Sync Cable for iPod, a cable designed to connect Dock Connector iPods to Ford’s new Sync media system. Once connected, the iPod’s content is automatically displayed on the screen on the system, and the player can be externally controlled by the Sync system. When connected, the iPod will also charge while the car’s engine is running. “The Keyspan Sync Cable for iPod provides the most universal solution for connecting iPods to the Sync media system,” said Mike Ridenhour, president at Keyspan. The cable features a Dock Connector at one end, USB and mini-jack plugs at the other, and is available now for $49.

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I have a nano my grandson put numers on the volume controlan cant remember what he put. how do I get back my volume?          Lois

Posted by lois Mcginty on October 10, 2007 at 12:58 AM (PDT)

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