AuxDock

    AuxDock

    Play and charge iPod in the car

    Easily enjoy crisp, clear sound from your iPod through your car stereo. Use the included 3.5 mm cable for a direct connection to your car's auxiliary jack. Securely cradle and charge your iPod, and rotate for easy access. No installation required! See all benefits

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Play and charge iPod in the car

with static-free sound via 3.5 mm AUX

  • No installation required

    Quick and easy to use, it requires no custom installation. Simply plug into any 12V auto outlet and you're ready to go, straight out of the box.

  • Aux connection for use with 3.5 mm jacks

    It's easy to connect your audio device directly to your stereo via the auxiliary line-out connection. Simply connect to the 3.5 mm AUX input using a mini-jack cable, or use a cassette adapter (available separately) to play your device's audio content clear and static-free over your stereo system.

  • Auxiliary cable included

    Use the included stereo mini-jack cable to connect your device to your stereo's AUX input (or auxiliary input jack) for a clear, static-free sound straight from your device's 3.5 mm jack.

  • Charge from a car's 12 V outlet

    The compact charger plugs into a car's 12 V outlet, and connects to your device for easy and convenient charging on the road.

  • Detachable power socket included

    Reclaim your 12 V car socket with the included power socket. When you need to charge your cellphone, GPS unit, laptop or other portable device, simply plug in the detachable power socket. Then, using your device's existing power adapter, you can simultaneously charge a second device.

  • Secure car mount with a flexible neck and rotating cradle

    Securely mount your iPod in the car in a flexible, rotating cradle. The neck is flexible for best positioning, while the rotating cradle allows easy access and at-a-glance horizontal viewing of the iPod touch.

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