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This adapter allows an iPod portable digital music player including the iPod
video (5th generation), iPod
touch (1st/2nd generation), classic (80/120/160GB) and iPod nano (3rd/4th generation) or iPhone/iPhon3G with a dock connector
to be hooked up to and controlled by 2002 or later Eclipse head units that
support E-LAN. All the iPod's buttons will be disabled when connected to this
adapter and the iPod will be controlled from the receiver.
Note: This adapter will not charge the iPhone3G, iPod
touch 2nd generation, or iPod nano 4th generation without the Scosche passPORT (142IFWA). The iPod classic and nano 3rd generation should
have the latest version 1.1 or higher installed for compatibility. This
version can be downloaded from Apple's website.
Controls: Many 2007 and 2006
Eclipse CD and AVN head units support the iPod controller mode, allowing almost all of the iPod's functions to be operated from the main unit. While connected, the head
unit will power the iPod, and charge the iPod's battery. You can perform
playlist, album, artist, genre, or song searches. Playback functions include
track up/down, fast forward/rewind, track repeat, track random play, and album
random play. Display selections include song, album, or artist. If the main unit
does not support iPod controller mode, you will have limited control of the
iPod, including music advance, repeat play, random play, and text display. On
these units, the iPod must be controlled in Changer or SIRIUS mode. The IPC-106
Interface Adapter for iPod is compatible with the following:
*supports iPod controller mode with full iPod control
Connections: The IPC-106 has
the following connections:
- iPod: 13-pin jack that
connects directly to the iPod using the supplied interconnecting cable
- LAN 1: 13-pin jack that
connects to an optional changer
- LAN 2: 13-pin jack that
connects to the head unit using the supplied DIN cable
- PWR: 2-pin jack for use
with the supplied power harness