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iPod - fire wire cord for old ipod charger


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n2soccer31

 
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Where can I find the proper fire wire for the old iPod charger? Misplaced mine. Don't know all the proper specifications (400, 800, 6-pin, 4-pin, etc.).
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I believe that was a standard Firewire 400 cable. You should be able to find that anywhere online such as Newegg.
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Best Buy carries a Dynex dual headed cable, has a Firewire 6 pin end and a USB end to a normal ipod dock connector....usually goes for about $20 or....just don't plug both the firewire and USB ends in at the same time....one or the other....

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