bash3388: Done - thanks mate, works perfectly! If you're in the UK, you might find that there are only 2 wires when you remove the covering from the 3.5 jack. If you look closely though, there will be some copper wiring running separately alongside each of the audio wires. These are the grounding wires. You can twist these together, and solder them to the grounding point. Just make sure these stay separate to the audio wires going to points 13 and 14.
Miguel Olivella Bendeck: Gracias!
IAmGaboAlejo: I bought a sound dock for around 35$, the ipod doesn't charge nor play, will I be able to use it, at least with the 3,5mm jack? (the unit beeps when plugged, and there is no physical damage in the connector, so I think it will be fine, if not I will just pass through the speakers and connect them to an amp
windshieldvipers: I did this. Worked great with a 100k resistor!
Saúl Zavala García: it works perfectly, thanks man
Pepe Jara: muchas gracias mi bocina ya está funcionando
Ricardo Rodriguez: nice DIY i have a ? i have the same bose dock but i dont power cord can i just make one ??? wich is ground and power
Pepe Jara: para qué fué la resistencia de 33k ??
Bob Mike: Congratulations information. Only an alert. The PCB Doc is very sensitive and can drop the gold-plated contacts.
MR1BRIGHTSIDE1: 2 k omhs or 2.2 ?
David Moore: thank you I used a smd resistor as it made my work a little tidier than when i used an inline one. Thank you.
MR1BRIGHTSIDE1: Tengo está bocina deck serie 1 y me falta el cargador podrías hacer el diagrama de la entrada Jack conector
valveman12: Thanks for the video. I went the bluetooth route with my Dock by purchasing the aftermarket bluetooth adapter for the Bose Sounddock.
nicetarek: Just finished hacking mine, thanks a lot mate.
OXSquadRC: Years later....thank you for the video it worked even with a 4.7k resistor.
mandovi braz rocha: Thanks. I get one 2004 Bose out of order, made only for Ipod.
I follow your crystal clear voice instruction.
I fix problems with 24 and 20 veins flat "challenging" cable and then... voilá!
Magic music with Bose quality! Helpever Hurtnever. Be happy! Godblessall...
arsim kafexhiu: why did you lie about loosing ure ipod?
Elizabeth Miranda: or you can buy this wireless 30 pin adapter and connect anything you want using Bluetooth. CoolStream Duo
Martin Gautreau: Worked like a charm, only cost me $0.35. Thanks so much.
buzzlightswitch: ....or, if the budget allows, you could search for Invebo.
How-To: Bose SoundDock LINE IN Hack AUX IN Modification NO iPOD NEEDED !!5
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