Life is about sharing. You want to watch your video and photo collection on your IPod and show it to your family and friends. You could actually connect ipod to your televison using standard ports that TVs uses anyway.
Here are just a few options that you can have:
Apple iPod AV Cable – The iPod AV Cable provides composite video and audio output for viewing photo slideshows with music on a TV. You can also hook the AV Cable to your stereo or powered speakers.
iPod AV Connection Kit – It comes with a Universal Dock and an iPod AV Cable that connects the iPod to the Audio In ports of the home audio system or the composite video input on a TV or computer monitor.
Apple iPod Universal Dock – This lets you display photos or videos on a TV or Monitor using an iPod AV Cable or a standard S-video cable.
Monster iTV Link for iPod photo – Use the Monster iTV Link to connect the S-Video and 3.5mm Audio jacks on the back on the iPod photo Dock to give you the highest quality images possible on your S-Video equipped TV.
DLO HomeDock Deluxe – This non-Apple device lets you play iPod videos on large screen TV via AV connection or S-Video. It turns you TV into a Media Center like as even the iPod navigation is controlled by the supplied remote control. Works with dockable, click wheel iPods – including iPod nano, Video iPod, 4G iPod and iPod mini [not iPod Shuffle]
Griffin TuneCenter – Like the DLO device, TuneCenter (from the makers of iTrip) displays the iPod playlists and song information on your TV screen. TuneCenter also plays internet radio stations.
Here’s something even better. Erica Sadun, author of “Modding Mac OS X” presents you with pictures and a detail guide on how can DIY you way to watching ipod videos on TV.
When it’s all done, sit back and just enjoy your media on big screen 🙂
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