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    Hi,

    Is there a tool to bring out the iphone screen on a tv?
    I bought a cable on Ebay but it does not work

    http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...STRK:MERFB:IID



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    Why should it work ? Have you ever read the specifications for the iPhone? There are currently no video-out support.

    Steve's iPhone was a modificated one said by him self on the keynote in January where he showed it the first time.
    Also there might probably be ways to make it work but nothing public yet.. so keep your cable and wait, and really - what kind of cable did you bought? An iPod Video cable or what?

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    I need just the audio output to rca. (For my car's alpine system).

    Checked Ebay and was wondering whick one works, The current cable I use for my ipod dosen't fit into the iphone headphone jack (Hole too small)

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    belklin have a special adaptor to iphone try it....

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    to use that cable (if it works) you would need to run the demoapp. This is the same app that steve used for his keynote. I would say it's worth a try if you know how to add it to your springboard.app .


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    http://cgi.ebay.de/MALE-STEREO-3-5-m...QQcmdZViewItem

    Use this instead and follow these instructions:

    If using this cable for iPod video, you will need to following these steps: red plug to yellow jack, yellow plug to white jack, white plug to red jack.

    You might have to cut around the plastic a bit to fit in the ipone jack but it should work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kfernandes29 View Post
    http://cgi.ebay.de/MALE-STEREO-3-5-m...QQcmdZViewItem

    Use this instead and follow these instructions:

    If using this cable for iPod video, you will need to following these steps: red plug to yellow jack, yellow plug to white jack, white plug to red jack.

    You might have to cut around the plastic a bit to fit in the ipone jack but it should work.
    Are you sure the jack sends video? I doubt it..
    Petemag - Running on a 15" MacBook Pro 2.5 GHz and an 8GB iPhone SW unlocked - SW unlocked 45 iPhones and HW unlocked 2 iPhone

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    The iPod with video has a special jack for sending video. Normally, a "headphone" jack has 2 rings, one for left and one for right. The video cable has 3 rings, the third one being for video.

    This is by no means a novel idea...camcorders have been using it for a while. For some stupid reason, Apple used a different ordering of the rings. So if you use the Apple video cable, the colors are correct (yellow is video, red and white are audio). But, if you use a generic (and much cheaper) video cable, the order is different from Apple, hence the configuration kfernandes29 described.

    As for the iPhone, there are 3 rings, but I the third one is used for voice and not video.

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    These cables are fairly cheap so if you can, pick one up and give it a try and let us know how it goes.

    Quote Originally Posted by kurro View Post
    The iPod with video has a special jack for sending video. Normally, a "headphone" jack has 2 rings, one for left and one for right. The video cable has 3 rings, the third one being for video.

    This is by no means a novel idea...camcorders have been using it for a while. For some stupid reason, Apple used a different ordering of the rings. So if you use the Apple video cable, the colors are correct (yellow is video, red and white are audio). But, if you use a generic (and much cheaper) video cable, the order is different from Apple, hence the configuration kfernandes29 described.

    As for the iPhone, there are 3 rings, but I the third one is used for voice and not video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurro View Post
    The iPod with video has a special jack for sending video. Normally, a "headphone" jack has 2 rings, one for left and one for right. The video cable has 3 rings, the third one being for video.

    This is by no means a novel idea...camcorders have been using it for a while. For some stupid reason, Apple used a different ordering of the rings. So if you use the Apple video cable, the colors are correct (yellow is video, red and white are audio). But, if you use a generic (and much cheaper) video cable, the order is different from Apple, hence the configuration kfernandes29 described.

    As for the iPhone, there are 3 rings, but I the third one is used for voice and not video.
    I think that the extra ring on the iPhone jack is for the microphone, you are more than welcome to let us know how it goes though.


 

 
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