Speakers for iPod touch 3G

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  1. yihkun

    yihkun New Member

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    I just bought an iPod touch 3G and it's coming in the mail sometime this week. Hopefully I won't have any problems since I took Amazon's deal but heard some complaints about it. But anyways, I was planning to buy an iLuv i177 speakers or any other similar speakers online, but none of the speaker products say anything about iPod touch 3G compatibility. I know the iPod is new and it will take a while for compatibility specification but I kinda want the speakers now haha. Anyone know any speakers similar to the iLuv i177 that are compatible with the new iPod touch?
  2. James11

    James11 Member

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    If the speakers are compatable with a 2G, it should work with the 3G
  3. Crushader

    Crushader New Member

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    Yeh, if it's compatible with iPod Touch 2G or iPhone, it should works just fine.
  4. synchac

    synchac New Member

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    I think 2G & 3G are not different about this.
  5. 4NewHop3

    4NewHop3 Well-Known Member

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    it should work...i have a speaker that was meant for the 1G iPod touch then i tried it out for my iPod touch 3G and it worked
  6. KevinX

    KevinX New Member

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    I have speakers from Creative. They worked perfectly with the 1G.
    But now on the 3G everything also works, except that it doesn´t load it anymore. That´s an annoying thing, when the battery is low.

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