As a Bluetooth device, how is this compatible with iPod Classic 160GB (2009)? Is this through the USB port, or how, otherwise? Thank you
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You will need a readily available 3.5mm jack (male to male) lead to connect from the headphone socket on your iPod to the input stereo port on the speaker which is also 3.5mm if you haven't got bluetooth on your iPod. The speaker is primarily designed for bluetooth wireless connection but will work equally as well with a wired connection. The USB is used for charging the speaker's battery and for firmware updates. The package contains the charger and USB lead. Have a look at someYouTube reviews formore details of this excellent little speaker.
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