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I heard something about a setup that will let me play the videos I have on my ipod on my TV. How Do I do this? I guess it would need a cable that plugs into the RCA jacks on the TV and can plug into the AC in the wall to keep charged. Something like a docking station.

Does such a thing exist? If so how much and where do I get one?
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I do believe that you are looking for: http://www.google.com/products/catal...=result&c.d.=2

but i bet you could find it cheaper
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