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Earphones are used in iPods, MP3 Players and sometimes computers and Laptops. If something is amplified out loud, you can plug in Earphones, and you can hear the sound through… the Earphones.
to listen to music yes you do but not for playing games and stuff like that
All earphones should work with any device that has a earphone jack... So yes it will work... I'm typing this on my iPod
First, you must have the newer iPod touch. As long as your headphones are not connected, it will play through its built in speaker.
Yes, they do work with the iPod Touch 3rd Generation. The earphones should have came with the purchase of the iPod itself. But yes they do work.
no. they don't.
On the big you put in your ear!
If you play some audio, feel around the back of the iPod touch (take your case off, if you have one). You should feel vibrations coming out from around the writing near the bo…ttom, that says how big your iPod is and patent stuff. That's around the location of the speaker, however the sound actually comes out through the dock.
No you do not you can listen to music with out earphones, or an idog, or speakers. You can let it play with nothing in it!
The mic in the new ipod earphones is on the opposite side of the volume buttons. it is a very small silver circle.
You can have any set of earphones as long as it has a 3.5mm jack to connect to your iPod Shuffle.
are you sure that your ipod is broken and its not just a blown out speaker? i suggest that you plug in someone else's earphones and try it. if it is till coming out of one ear…phone then take it to bestbuy or apple. they will usually fix stuff like that for free if you just act like youre really angry about it and argue if they say no.
the ipod it self have a mic, so no need to have a mic on the earphones
I've got one too, it's supposed to be used to shorten the wire of your earphones by wraping it around the fish but that's sort of pointless. If you want to shorten the wire ju…st tie it up. Not that anyone wants to. PS. try dropping in on your table and it sort of flaps a bit after it hits , I think that's a better use. Hope I've helped :)