what is the max voltage input for iPod touch 2nd generation

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  1. Neutreno 300

    Neutreno 300 New Member

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    I've just bought a charger that gives 10v 1a output will it work?
  2. River

    River New Member

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    Uhhhhhhhhhhhh... Google?
  3. Killa-X

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    Yeah uh, the problem is, IPODs charge off usb. USB = 5V 500ma. Anything over 5V, wont be the best to even try on a ipod. I even made a charger for my ipod that charges off a 9V battery. 5V into the USB connector, 2.5V into both data pins, works great.
  4. Monkey Jam

    Monkey Jam New Member

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    iPods are flexible with charging cos FireWire voltages can be between 3-12v. so its probably ok.

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