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Logitech Pure-Fi Elite Review

nismozcar    -   October 9, 2007
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Installation:

The Quick Install guide can be found in the bag that the User Manual is shipped in. The front side details all the parts included in the kit. All the items shown have been numbered and listed for your convenience. The opposite side explains which of the 9 adapters correspond with the various makes of iPod. The guide finishes by detailing all the remaining connections that have to be made in order to make the Pure-Fi Elite operational.

 

 

 

 

Pictured is the User Manual which houses all the information concerning button layout (Unit and Remote), operation, and troubleshooting. The items included in the accessories tray are as follows: 9 Universal Dock adapters(each numbered 2-11), power cord, FM antenna, remote holder, AC adapter brick, the remote (backlit), and finally the AM loop antenna.

 

 

To begin the install, you will need to first select the appropriate adapter for your iPod. I own the 5th Generation Video iPod, which narrows the selection of adapters to just two. And since mine is the wider 60GB version, I am required to use adapter 10. Then, gently seat the adapter in the Universal Dock.

 

 

With the adapter in place, you can set your iPod into the dock and continue making the necessary peripheral connections. First, connect the power cord into the AC adapter and then connect the power cord from the main unit into the AC adapter as well. Connect the AM loop antenna into the two terminals and finally, the FM antenna into its terminal.

 

 




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look continued
  3. Installation
  4. Configuration
  5. Configuration continued
  6. Configuration continued
  7. Specifications & Features
  8. Testing
  9. Conclusion
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