drumrrr19: Thanks worked great used a 2.2 k resister. The phono jack ground is the rear of the phono plug. Tested with a ohm meter. my wires were red white and black was my ground. Terminals are small be patient take your time. Did not work at first unpluged and repluged in and it worked great. Used your video and the other guys video hooked aux up to main board
Junishiro Mansujiro: Thank you i've done it twice now.
omiskpr: Would really wish people would stop using the work hack for everything that has nothing to do with hacking. For instance mod is a good word or trick
Ruben Pastran: Matt thx for the tuto I can use other resistor more hig o lower
Dean Wagg: Hi Matt just wanted to say thanks for this tutorial - I had an old Dock lying around for years and I just did this and it's working like a charm! Got the tunes on right now. Thanks a lot.
Seba Muñoz: You are the best !!! thank you very much
Ervin Guinto: hey i know you!
Intense Bull Crap Gaming: never mind
Intense Bull Crap Gaming: how come his is only 24 pin instead of 30?
PussMag: great, or you can just buy that 30pin to 3.5mm cable or adapter even better, there is 30pin to Bluetooth adapter as well
versatil89: What about solder an audio female input instead a male one and make a hole on the back of the dock station, close to the power supply in, like the second version of this same dock station? Do you think this would be possible? So you wouldn't have a cable hanging always from your dock station and you could plug a male-male jack to your phone and dock station as a normal "Line in" like all the rest of the speakers :) (I'm asking because I don't really know if this is possible or if I'm talking s&$t)
basdekemp: why not just use a 30 pins bluetooth adapter, so you can play all your music from any bluetooth device
insta apz: Great job <3 , why u didn't chose a white wire :p
Kieran Wagstaff: FYI the cold (white/left) should be wired to 13 and hot (red/right) should be wired to 14
rex ventura: Thanks Matt it works.For other information the resistor is 2k ohm and 1/4 watt.
Nelson Belfort: Can I create a charging cable connector? I will like to power supply a bluetooth receiver with the same SoundDock... Does any of these pins have a 5V that I can connect to a micro USB cable.?
Doug Gremel: Matt, thanks for posting this video. Rescued an old Bose SoundDock from the trash made your modifications and it works great !
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How-To: Bose SoundDock LINE IN Hack AUX IN Modification NO iPOD NEEDED !!5
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