iPod Nano and AirPods

Traverse

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From what I've read, the AirPods can be used as standard BT accessories mi us all the magic crap. So they should work with non-iOS iPods right?
 

pika2000

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What??? What's this about?

OK - I just googled and found the apple page. Thanks for the heads up.

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201869
Wow thanks for the link. It's great that Apple provided these information.

One thing I like about Apple is that they are pretty comprehensive in their technical specifications. Compare that to PC companies where they don't even list the video resolutions supported by their video/HDMI out.
 

0x100

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I love that they even go as far to mention that you can't use both a 3.5 mm and lightning to route audio to both at the same time, haha. They know everything.
If I plug in a 30 pin adapter and then the ipod radio adapter, will I get 2 headphone jacks?
 

ftaok

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If I plug in a 30 pin adapter and then the ipod radio adapter, will I get 2 headphone jacks?
If you want 2 headphone jacks, why not use a cheap 3.5mm stereo splitter? All iPods have standard headphone jacks still.
 

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If you want 2 headphone jacks, why not use a cheap 3.5mm stereo splitter? All iPods have standard headphone jacks still.
Just asking if a convoluted way would work. Since on the ipods the Radio remote allowed you to have a 2nd jack.
 

ftaok

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Just asking if a convoluted way would work. Since on the ipods the Radio remote allowed you to have a 2nd jack.
Wow! I've never even seen the radio remote adapter before. Pretty cool.

Alas, I don't know the answer to your question. Sorry