JENSEN iPod Interface Cable

JENSEN iPod Interface Cable


The JENSEN iPod Interface Cable plugs directly into the rear of a stereo system and offers full iPod control and charging capabilities.


  • Protective cap helps keep dirt and dust out of cable
  • Keeps iPod out of the way and stored in a safe place
  • Functions with Jensen MSR series stereos only
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This iPod interface cable is compatible with the following

JENSEN iPod Ready Stereos ONLY:
- AWM970 - Revisions A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H & I
- AWM970IP
- DV2007
- VR182
- VR182G3
- VR209
- VR209TP
- MSR2007
- MSR2010
- MSR2107
- MSR3007
- MSR7007

Supported iPod Models:
- iPod 3rd Gen - With firmware 2.2 only
- iPod 4th Gen
- iPod Photo
- iPod 5th Gen
- iPod Classic 80GB
- iPod Classic 160GB (2007 edition only)
- iPod Mini
- iPod Nano 1st, 2nd & 3rd Gen
- iPod Touch 1st Gen
- iPhone (Original)
- iPod Nano 4th Gen - (Chromatic Series) This model will function but will NOT charge the iPod.

Unsupported iPod Models:
- iPod 1st Gen
- iPod 2nd Gen
- iPod 3rd Gen - With firmware other than 2.2
- iPod Shuffle - All versions
- iPod Touch 2 or 3rd Gen
- iPhone 3G, 3Gs & 4G
- iPod Classic 120GB
- iPod Classic 160GB - Late 2009 edition
- iPod Nano 5th Gen
- ALL new iPod & iPhone models introduced after September 1, 2008
NOTE: These unsupported iPod models may be connected to the radio using one of the Auxiliary Inputs.

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