I have just found something very weird...

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  1. Akskater009

    Akskater009 Member

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    While charging my phone in my car, I wanted to play music. So I plugged in my monster iCarPlay (the cassette one) and just touching the band gave me feedback. I plugged it in and no sound came through the speakers. I tried my iPod toch and it worked. I played my iPhone through the speakers.

    Then I thought it was just my case. So I unplugged the charger (thinking nothing of it) and took off the case. Then I plugged in the cable and my musi played. Then I tried charging again and when I plug in the charger, I get feedback then no music. If I remove it, music plays again.

    Can anybody make any sense of this?

    I'm charging it with an apple USB cable plugged into an AC-DC converter for the car.

    Thanks,
    Alex

    (typed on my iPhone)
  2. chort27

    chort27 Member

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    Yes. If you are using an iPhone, you will get feedback, because the phone will interfere. Turn it on airplane mode and that will solve your problem.
  3. slowklopdop

    slowklopdop New Member

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    metal and metal interfere happened with my ipod touch as well.
  4. kixphlat

    kixphlat Member

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    If you touch the metal bezel you wont hear it

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