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    Can you get this cable ??
    Hi All,

    Is there such thing as a single male to dual female dock connecter.

    This is so I can run two devices to one dock in car.

    Like the attached but with another female connection.

    I hope someone can help me. I'm stuck


    Thanks.

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    Woohoo over 325 views and no replies!

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    I've never seen one, but the place to look would be Monoprice. If they don't have it, it probably doesn't exist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike JD View Post
    Woohoo over 325 views and no replies!
    You made the same mistake as many other impatient people do...those 325 views DO NOT mean that they are from actual human beings or registered Mac-Forum members.

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    How would the target (the car) know which device you wanted to be in use at that moment?

    I'm inclined to think there's not such a cord for what is now hopefully obvious reasons.

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    Because obviously I need to females for two inputs. Select on the car head unit which one I would like to use.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike JD View Post
    Because obviously I need to females for two inputs. Select on the car head unit which one I would like to use.

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    Does the car stereo specifically say it can support 2 iPods on the same input? You better check on that, as I haven't seen any models that do. There are some that can support 2 devices, but 1 is plugged in USB, the other on a CD-changer port.
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    It has two IPod inputs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike JD View Post
    It has two IPod inputs.
    OK, just to make sure I understand correctly. You say that your head unit supports 2 iPod inputs, but the cable you propose would in fact use one input.

    Every i device has a female socket, so I am not sure what a cable with one male and 2 female is going to do for you. What is the intended purpose of this project?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike JD View Post
    It has two IPod inputs.
    Exactly, like I said before, there is 1 port for the 1st iPod and 1 port for the 2nd iPod. They won't share the same port.
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