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iXoundWear™ Knit Cap for Nano

Recommended installation - step by step

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Before you start...

Place in front of you the following elements: your new iXoundWear™ cap, your earbuds of choice, your iPod® Nano and one of the two wire-spools provided with the cap.


Step 1

Wind up the headset cord around the wire-spool. The length of wire left between the headset plug and the wire spool should be 3"1/4 (83 mm). The two stretches of wire left between the earpieces and the wire-spool should measure at least 7" (178 mm).


Step 2

Push the wire bundle inside the wire pocket.


Step 3

Run the headset plug into the first connector eyelet beneath the player pocket.


Step 4

Make the headset plug come out from the second connector eyelet beneath the player pocket.
Run the left earpiece through the left earpiece eyelet.
Run the right earpiece through the right earpiece eyelet.


Step 5

Slide your iPod® Nano into the player pocket.
Leave the Velcro® flap open.
Run the headset plug through the hole in the Velcro® flap.
Connect the headset plug to the mini-jack at the bottom of your iPod®.


Step 6

Tightly close the Velcro® flap.


Step 7

Fold up the lower part of your cap so as to cover almost half of your player (the crease will run immediately beneath the earpiece eyelets).

Done! Put it on and plug in your earbuds.
Enjoy your new iXoundWear™ cap.


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