GuitarJack Stage

Studio Quality I/O and Pedal Control for Desktop and Mobile


GuitarJack Stage Guide

Features & Tech Specs

Hardware features, specs and what's in the box.

Compatibility

GuitarJack Stage System Requirements

F.A.Q

Frequently Asked Questions



Features & Tech Specs

Features Overview
  • 2-in/2-out audio interface and guitar-pedal-style controller
  • 24-bit/48kHz AD/DA converters
  • Mono Hi-Z ¼ inch input for guitar and bass with 60 dB of gain
  • Stereo mic/line ¼ inch input for vocals or keyboards with 60 dB of gain
  • 2 analog input level knobs with LED metering
  • Expression pedal jack to control wah, volume, or other effects
  • 2 line level ¼ inch outputs (left and right) for monitors, amps, or a mixer
  • 1 stereo ¼ inch output for headphones
  • Rugged aluminum chassis
  • 5 Knobs, 4 foot switches, and 4 LEDs control MIDI enabled software
  • Works with dynamic and battery powered condenser mics. Provides 3.3 V Plug-in Power for mono or stereo Electret Condenser microphones.
  • Device powered (so no batteries or external power is required for any of the above features). To charge your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (or reduce power consumption for compatible Android devices) while you play, add a standard guitar pedal 9V DC power supply (e.g. Godlyke Power-All or Truetone 1-SPOT). Power supply not included.
  • See GuitarJack Stage tech specs below.

    Included in the Box
  • GuitarJack Stage
  • Lightning™ Cable with Rugged Connector 1.2m (47 inches)
  • OTG (Micro USB) Cable Adapter* 1.2m (47 inches)
  • Standard USB Host Cable 1.2m (47 inches)
  • Free GuitarJack Stage Control iOS App to Control Many Third-Party iOS apps that support MIDI Input


  • *Android users only: The first batch of GuitarJack Stages include a 3 inch OTG adapter for Android that attaches to the included standard USB cable. This solution works great. Future GuitarJack Stages will include a custom OTG (Android) cable. If you are an Android user who would prefer the custom cable, please email support@sonomawireworks.com for details about how we may be able to help.

    Compatibility

    System Requirements
  • Made for iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad (4th generation), iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad mini, and iPod touch (5th generation).
  • Android™ with Samsung™ Professional Audio Technology (eg. Samsung Galaxy Note 4). Android Lollipop and Marshmallow compatibility is pending. Results will be posted here as soon as possible. Email support with specific questions.
  • Mac OS X®
  • Windows®
  • Audio software (by Sonoma or other companies) is required for recording and amp and effects processing (eg. FourTrack, StudioTrack, GuitarTone™, GarageBand®, Logic®, and more)
  • Works with dynamic and battery powered condenser mics. Provides 3.3 V Plug-in Power for mono or stereo Electret Condenser microphones.
  • FAQs

    GuitarJack Stage Frequently Asked Questions
    1. What is GuitarJack Stage?
    2. What are the differences between GuitarJack Stage and StudioJack Mini?
    3. What are the differences between GuitarJack Stage and GuitarJack Model 2?
    4. What sets GuitarJack Stage apart from other audio interfaces?
    5. Can I adjust the input levels with GuitarJack Stage?
    6. Does GuitarJack Stage require batteries or a power supply?
    7. Does GuitarJack Stage provide pass-through charging for mobile devices?
    8. Can I use GuitarJack Stage as the audio interface for my computer?
      Do I require any special drivers?
    9. What are the best settings to use with GuitarJack Stage’s ASIO driver?
    10. Where can I download firmware updates for GuitarJack Stage?
      How do I update the firmware for GuitarJack Stage?
    11. What bit depths and sample rates does GuitarJack Stage support?
    12. Which DAWs are compatible with GuitarJack Stage on Mac/Win?
    13. Does GuitarJack Stage work with RiffWorks Standard for Mac/Win?
    14. Does Sonoma make iOS applications that work with GuitarJack Stage?
      What other iOS applications work with GuitarJack Stage?
    15. How does GuitarJack Stage interact with GuitarTone?
    16. Does Sonoma make Android applications that work with GuitarJack Stage?
      What other Android applications work with GuitarJack Stage?
    17. Does GuitarJack Stage support MIDI?
      What MIDI messages does the GuitarJack send/receive?
    18. What is the latency for GuitarJack Stage?
    19. How do I get the lowest latency setting on Mac OS X?
    20. How do I get the lowest latency setting on Windows?
    21. How do I get the lowest latency setting on iOS?
    22. How do I get the lowest latency setting on Android?
    23. What kind of microphones will work with GuitarJack Stage?
    24. Does GuitarJack Stage provide phantom power?
    25. What kind of audio cables do I need to use GuitarJack Stage?
    26. Can I plug in two mics at the same time?
    27. Which expression pedals does GuitarJack Stage work with?
    28. Can I use GuitarJack Stage as a DI?
    29. Can I connect the output of GuitarJack Stage to the input of a guitar amp?
    30. What is the warranty for GuitarJack Stage?
    31. What is the return policy for GuitarJack Stage?
    32. Where is GuitarJack Stage manufactured?
    33. Where can I purchase a GuitarJack Stage? In USA? Internationally?
    34. Are there any known issues for GuitarJack Stage?
    35. Something seems wrong with my GuitarJack Stage. Who can I contact?
    36. What are GuitarJack Stage Technical Specifications?
    37. What are GuitarJack Stage Trademarks?
    1. What is GuitarJack Stage?
      Transform your computer or mobile device into a guitar amp and effects rig!

      Control your favorite guitar software on stage and in the studio with assignable knobs and foot switches.

      GuitarJack Stage is two accessories in one: a rugged pedal controller and a premium quality audio interface for compatible Mac, PC, iOS and Android systems. Featuring studio quality I/O with 24-bit AD/DA converters, 1/4 inch jacks for all connections, an aluminum chassis, customizable pedal controls, and multi-platform compatibility, GuitarJack Stage is one of the most versatile pieces of gear on the market. GuitarJack Stage is device powered. Add an external power supply to charge an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (or reduce power consumption for compatible Android devices) while you play!

    2. What are the differences between GuitarJack Stage and StudioJack Mini?

      GuitarJack Stage and StudioJack Mini are the successors to GuitarJack Model 2. They offer the same high quality audio designed by Joe Bryan, continue to be device powered, and are also made in the U.S.A. StudioJack Mini has an ABS molded plastic housing with knurled aluminum knobs - it is still rugged but less heavy than GuitarJack Model 2. GuitarJack Stage and StudioJack Mini offer major improvements over GuitarJack Model 2, including pass-through charging for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch; iOS/Android/Mac/Win compatibility; input level control knobs with LED metering; and an improved connection to iOS devices with a proprietary, detachable, sturdy Lightning™ cable connector that won't come loose. GuitarJack Stage has similar features to StudioJack Mini, but it adds an expression pedal jack to control wah, volume, or other effects; 2 line level ¼ inch outputs (left and right) for monitors/amps/mixer; 5 knobs, 4 foot switches, and 4 LEDs for controlling MIDI enabled software; all encased in a rugged aluminum chassis.

    3. What are the differences between GuitarJack Stage and GuitarJack Model 2?

      GuitarJack Stage and StudioJack Mini are the successors to GuitarJack Model 2. They offer the same high quality audio designed by Joe Bryan, continue to be device powered, and continue to be made in the U.S. A. GuitarJack Stage and StudioJack Mini offer major improvements over GutiarJack Model 2, including passthrough charging for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch; Android/Mac/Win compatibility; and input level control knobs with LED metering. GuitarJack Stage adds an expression pedal jack to control wah, volume, or other effects; 2 line level ¼ inch outputs (left and right) for monitors/amps/mixer; 1 stereo ¼ inch output for headphones; 5 knobs, 4 foot switches, and 4 LEDs for controling MIDI enabled software; all encased in a rugged aluminum chassis.

    4. What sets GuitarJack Stage apart from other audio interfaces?
      • GuitarJack Stage can be used as both a pedalboard for effects control (with either a high impedance instrument like a guitar, a line level instrument like a synthesizer, or a mic for input), and as an audio interface.
      • GuitarJack Stage is more multi-platform than most interfaces as it works with compatible Mac, PC, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Android devices. Includes a proprietary, sturdy Lightning cable connector for iPad/iPhone/iPod touch, OTG (Micro USB) cable adapter for Android, and a USB cable for Mac/Win.
      • GuitarJack Stage is device powered and does not require batteries or a power supply. A feature we are most excited about is that you can now charge your iOS device (or reduce power consumption of a compatible Android device) while using GuitarJack Stage, by simply adding an external 9V power supply, like the Godlyke Power-All, or the Truetone 1 Spot®. Finally, no worries about iOS device battery life while playing!
      • Critically acclaimed as being "top-of-the-line...impeccable sound with no discernible noise" (Rolling Stone), "better fidelity" (Premier Guitar), and "very quiet with plenty of headroom, and not a hint of RF hum" (Tape Op), GuitarJack studio quality interfaces are the result of a partnership between renowned audio designer, Joe Bryan, known for the Universal Audio 2192 Master Digital Audio Interface, and Sonoma Wire Works. The instrument input is optimized for guitar with warm, mojo-infused tone, while the stereo mic/line input is ultra clean. Passionately designed 24-bit/48kHz AD/DA converters move two channels in and out with clarity and vitality. Read more hear about how the sound of the GuitarJack line compares to other interfaces.
      • GuitarJack Stage works with Sonoma's iOS apps (FourTrack, StudioTrack and GuitarTone), which take advantage of GuitarJack Stage's MIDI mapping features. It also plays well with some apps from other companies which have MIDI mapping capabilities - see the GuitarJack Stage forum for details. GuitarJack Stage works with RiffWorks for Mac/Win, which will be adding MIDI capabilities soon.
      • Works with dynamic and battery powered condenser mics. Provides 3.3 V Plug-in Power for mono or stereo Electret Condenser microphones.
      • Rather than being made at a factory overseas using inexpensive parts, the entire GuitarJack line is Made in the U.S.A. with high quality components that are mostly Made in the U.S.A. GuitarJack boards are built, and the units are assembled and tested in a factory in San Jose, California. The factory is 15 minutes from Sonoma Wire Works' office, which helps Sonoma keep a close eye on quality and testing.


    5. Can I adjust the input levels with GuitarJack Stage?
      Yes! GuitarJack Stage features two analog input level knobs with LED metering, offering 60 dB of continuously variable gain (72 dB with 12 dB pad), allowing for fine level control. Observe the LED meters to prevent clipping and set gain level appropriately.

    6. Does GuitarJack Stage require batteries or a power supply?
      No, GuitarJack Stage does not require batteries or a power supply. It is device powered entirely by your computer or mobile device. However, if you would like to charge your iOS device (or reduce power consumption of a compatible Android device) while using GuitarJack Stage, simply add an external, 9V power supply, like the Godlyke Power-All, or the Truetone 1 Spot®.

    7. Does GuitarJack Stage provide pass-through charging for mobile devices?
      When used with an external power supply, like the Godlyke Power-All, or the Truetone 1 Spot®, GuitarJack Stage will charge your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, so you don’t have to worry about battery life while performing or recording! While using an external power supply won’t charge an Android device, it does reduce power consumption for compatible Android devices.

    8. Can I use GuitarJack Stage as the audio interface for my computer?
      Does it require any special drivers?

      Yes, you can use GuitarJack Stage with Mac OS and Windows. GuitarJack Stage does not require any special drivers, as it will work natively on both Mac (OSX 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, and 10.11) and Windows (7, 8, and 10) systems. For Windows users, if you prefer to use an ASIO driver, please register your GuitarJack Stage then contact support to ask for a download link.

    9. What are the best settings to use with GuitarJack Stage’s ASIO driver?
      The lowest recommended setting for the ASIO driver is a buffer size of 256 samples with the USB streaming Mode set to Standard. Lower buffer settings and streaming modes are possible, but are highly dependent on your system configuration and the other drivers installed. If you would like the lowest possible latency, but are experiencing audio dropouts, contact support, and we can assist you with additional troubleshooting information. Buffer settings above 1024 are not recommended, and settings above 4096 are not supported by RiffWorks. Contact support for the ASIO driver download link, and to ask any further questions.

    10. Where can I download firmware updates for GuitarJack Stage?
      How do I update the firmware for GuitarJack Stage?

      The firmware installed on all shipping GuitarJack Stages is the most current. If a firmware update becomes available, we will update this FAQ, and provide the latest versions of the installer files for Mac OS and Windows. Information regarding possible future firmware updates for GuitarJack Stage can be found here: http://www.sonomawireworks.com/downloads

      To update the firmware, once you have downloaded the update installer file from our website, connect GuitarJack Stage to your computer using the included USB to micro-USB cable. Launch the installer file you downloaded, and follow the steps on screen. Make sure not to unplug your GuitarJack Stage while the firmware installer is running.

    11. What bit depths and sample rates does GuitarJack Stage support?
      GuitarJack Stage supports 16-bit and 24-bit, and can be run at either 44.1kHz or 48kHz sample rates. Why not 96kHz? The Codec (AD/DA) chip Sonoma uses for GuitarJack Stage and StudioJack Mini is 96kHz, however the USB controller chip, which we chose because it was capable of charging iOS devices, is bandwidth limited to 2 in - 2 out at 48kHz 24-bit. The practical need of charging far out-weighed the desire for 96kHz. Please take a listen to Sonoma's interfaces, which sound incredible compared to other devices. You can read what reviewers have to say about the preceding device, GuitarJack Model 2 sound quality, and listen to sound sample comparisons created by reviewers. Also compare the pricing and features to anything else on the market, and you'll find many aren't really designed to actually be mobile as they often require a power supply, and see how many interfaces you can find that offer GuitarJack Stage's feature set, the ability to charge, and are made in U.S.A.

    12. Which DAWs are compatible with GuitarJack Stage on Mac/Win?
      Because GuitarJack Stage can be used as a system-wide audio interface for your Mac or PC, there’s no limit to the DAWs that will work with GuitarJack Stage, as long as they support the same bit depths and sample rates.

    13. Does GuitarJack Stage work with RiffWorks Standard for Mac/Win?
      Yes. You can select GuitarJack Stage as your audio interface when using RiffWorks Standard.

    14. Does Sonoma make iOS applications that work with GuitarJack Stage?
      What other iOS applications work with GuitarJack Stage?

      Sonoma makes several iOS applications that are compatible with GuitarJack Stage, including FourTrack, StudioTrack, and GuitarTone (which work seamlessly with the GuitarJack Stage controls). Sonoma offers a free GuitarJack Stage Control app that enables Sonoma's GuitarJack Stage hardware interface to control third-party apps with MIDI input (e.g. amp simulators, effects processors, recording apps). Click here to learn how to set the MIDI channel and map midi parameters for third-party iOS apps using Sonoma's GuitarJack Stage Control app. Because GuitarJack Stage works as a global audio interface for your iOS device, it is compatible with most iOS audio applications as an interface, including GarageBand, Multitrack DAW, and many others. Check the GuitarJack Stage forum for apps that Sonoma and other users find work well.

    15. How does GuitarJack Stage interact with GuitarTone?
      Here is the control scheme diagram for using GuitarJack Stage with Sonoma’s GuitarTone app for iPhone and iPad. See below for how to control other apps with GuitarJack Stage.
      GuitarJack Stage Control Scheme Diagram for GuitarTone

    16. Does Sonoma make Android applications that work with GuitarJack Stage?
      What other Android applications work with GuitarJack Stage?

      GuitarJack Stage was developed to work with Android devices that include Android with Samsung™ Professional Audio Technology (eg. Samsung Galaxy Note 4). Sonoma has not yet released our multitrack recording or amps and effects apps on Android because there is not a decent enough synchronized record and playback system on shipping Android devices, which is necessary for Sonoma’s high standards for multitrack recording and amps and effects processing. Lollipop latency wasn’t quite low enough, but we are hopeful that Marshmallow will offer a solution with low enough latency. Until then, feel free to experiment with GuitarJack Stage on compatible Android devices, using third party software, and post your findings in the GuitarJack Stage forum.

    17. Does GuitarJack Stage support MIDI?
      What MIDI messages does the GuitarJack send/receive?

      Yes. GuitarJack Stage is MIDI mapped.

      GuitarJack Stage MIDI map:
      • Knobs: (hex in parens) range 0-127
        • Gain: 16 (0x10)
        • Volume: 7 (0x07)
        • Bass: 17 (0x11)
        • Mid: 18 (0x12)
        • Treble: 19 (0x13)
        • Expression: 11 (0x0b)
      • Buttons: (down==127 (0x7f) up==0)
        • Button1: 80 (0x50)
        • Button2: 81 (0x51)
        • Button3: 82 (0x52)
        • Button4: 83 (0x53)
      • LEDs: (on>=64 (0x40) off<64(0x40))
        • LED1: 20 (0x14)
        • LED2: 21 (0x15)
        • LED3: 22 (0x16)
        • LED4: 23 (0x17)


    18. What is the latency for GuitarJack Stage?
      Latency is dependent on the USB audio implementation, drivers, operating system, host application, and buffer sizes used on your computer or host device. For more information on configuring your settings for lowest latency, see the appropriate guide information (below) related to your host device.

    19. How do I get the lowest latency setting on Mac OS X?
      On OS X, latency is determined by the settings on your host application. In our tests, we found that 128 sample buffers will give you the lowest latency, and 256 sample buffers will provide the highest reliability.

    20. How do I get the lowest latency setting on Windows?
      See the ASIO driver configuration panel to adjust your latency settings. You can download an ASIO driver for your GuitarJack Stage here: http://www.sonomawireworks.com/downloads

    21. How do I get the lowest latency setting on iOS?
      Latency is controlled purely by the application you are running. GuitarTone is designed to run around 15-20ms, depending on your iOS device.

    22. How do I get the lowest latency setting on Android?
      Low latency is still in progress for Android. Some Lollipop devices can achieve latency less than 50ms, but Marshmallow is promising to improve this further. We will post a comprehensive list of devices we have tested in a forum post, as we learn more about this. More information may be found above in the Android FAQ.

    23. What kind of microphones will work with GuitarJack Stage?
      GuitarJack Stage will work with any dynamic microphone, or battery-powered condenser microphone. The mic input will also take a stereo signal, if you’re using a stereo mic like the Audio-Technica AT2022.

    24. Does GuitarJack Stage provide phantom power?
      No, GuitarJack Stage does not provide phantom power, and will therefore only work with condenser mics that are battery-powered.

    25. What kind of audio cables do I need to use GuitarJack Stage?
      All of the audio jacks on GuitarJack Stage are ¼”, and all will take mono cables, except for the headphone jack, which requires a stereo connector. The MIC input will also take a stereo cable, as it will detect whether the input is mono or stereo.

    26. Can I plug in two mics at the same time?
      Using Sonoma’s Dual Mic Breakout Cable (TRS to 2XLF Y Cable - 4 ft.), you can easily mic two sources at the same time! This custom, 4 foot cable features a 1/4 inch stereo (TRS) plug on one end, for connecting to the mic input of your GuitarJack Stage or StudioJack Mini, and two mono female XLR plugs on the other end (with 6 inch fan-out) so you can plug in two mics. Ideal for when you want to get a stereo recording, or record an amp and vocals, or even capture two vocals at once! The possibilities are endless!

    27. Which expression pedals does GuitarJack Stage work with?
      We have tested GuitarJack Stage with the following expression pedals:
      • Roland EV-5
      • Line 6 EX-1
      • Ernie Ball VP Jr. Volume Pedal (connect OUT to EXP only)
      The expression pedal sends the standard MIDI CC message number 11 (0x0b).

    28. Can I use GuitarJack Stage as a DI?
      Yes! GuitarJack Stage features a mono Hi-Z ¼” input for use with your guitar or any other high impedance instrument, allowing you to use it as a direct box.

    29. Can I connect the output of GuitarJack Stage to the input of a guitar amp?
      Sure! You can always re-amp your signal by passing the output of your GuitarJack Stage into the input of a guitar amp, but be mindful of your levels!

    30. What is the warranty for GuitarJack Stage?
      Here is the GuitarJack Stage warranty information.

    31. What is the return policy for GuitarJack Stage?
      Here is the GuitarJack Stage return policy information.

    32. Where is GuitarJack Stage manufactured?
      GuitarJack Stage is Made in the U.S.A., manufactured in San Jose, California using quality components, which are mostly made in America. GuitarJack's boards are built, and the units were assembled and tested in a factory in San Jose, California. The factory is 15 minutes away from Sonoma's office, which helps Sonoma keep a close eye on quality and testing.
      Sonoma's Corporate Social & Environmental Responsibility Statement

    33. Where can I purchase a GuitarJack Stage? In USA? Internationally?
      Click here for GuitarJack Stage dealer information.

    34. Are there any known issues for GuitarJack Stage?
      Not yet, but as we learn more, we will post issues here and in our support forums.

    35. Something seems wrong with my GuitarJack Stage. Who can I contact?
      If you are having difficulties with your GuitarJack Stage, please contact Sonoma Support via email at support@sonomawireworks.com. Normal support hours are M-F from 10am-6pm PST, except holidays. Expect to receive a response from us within 24 hours' time.

    36. What are GuitarJack Stage Technical Specifications:

      Headphone Output

      • Stereo 1/4 inch (6.5mm) output
      • Continuously variable gain
      • Supports USB volume & mute controls
      • Maximum output level (into 32 Ohms): 1.09 Vrms (34 mW)


      Line Output

      • Separate 1/4" (6.5 mm) unbalanced outputs for each channel
      • Fixed output level independent of headphone output volume changes
      • Maximum output level (into 10 kOhms): 1.00 Vrms (+2.2 dBu)


      Line/Mic Inputs

      • Stereo 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) input
      • Continuously variable gain
      • Provides 3.3 V Plug-in Power for mono or stereo Electret Condenser microphones


      Instrument Input

      • Mono 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) input
      • Continuously variable gain
      • High-impedance instrument input
      • Discrete Class-A input buffer


      CV (Control Voltage) Input

      • One 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) TRS input
      • TRS or TS (mono) cable compatible
      • Bias provided for passive pedals

      • Pedal and CV Compatibility

        • Roland/Fatar style (TRS) expression pedals (includes Roland, Fatar, Nord, Moog, M-Audio, Clavia, CME, Emu, Kurzweil, Oberheim, Voce, and others)
        • Line 6 style (TR) expression pedals
        • Active CV sources (connect using mono cable)
        • Passive volume pedals (connect pedal output to CV input with mono cable)
        • Note: Not compatible with Yamaha FC7 and similar (Korg, etc.) expression pedals without a polarity converter


      Specifications

      • Expression Pedal Polarity: Roland/Fatar style (Tip=CV, Ring=Bias), and Line 6 style (CV+Bias=Tip)
      • Input impedance: 10 kOhms
      • CV input voltage for full-scale value: +3.3 VDC
      • CV input voltage for minimum value: 0.0 VDC
      • Bias provided to TRS Tip Connector: +3.3 VDC, 100 kOhms
      • Bias provided to TRS Ring Connector: +3.3 VDC, 6.8 kOhms


      Materials

      • Aluminum chassis, metal input level knobs, metal switches, and plastic chicken head knobs


      GuitarJack Stage Dimensions (Without Packaging and Cables)

      • Height: 2.9 in. (7.4 cm)
      • Width: 10.2 in. (26.1 cm)
      • Depth: 6.2 in. (15.7 cm)
      • Weight: 2.1 lbs. (963 g)


      Packaging Dimensions (Including Cables)

      • Height: 7.9 in. (20 cm)
      • Width: 10.94 in. (27.8 cm)
      • Depth: 5 in. (12.7 cm)
      • Weight: 3.2 lbs. (1.45 kg)


    37. Trademarks

      © 2015 Sonoma Wire Works. GuitarJack and GuitarTone are a trademarks of Sonoma Wire Works. Apple, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, the Mac logo, Mac OS, Retina, GarageBand, and Logic are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPad Air, iPad mini, and Lightning are trademarks of Apple Inc. iOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries and is used under license. Android is a trademark of Google, Inc. Samsung is a trademark of Samsung in the United States or other countries. Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies.

      "Made for iPod," "Made for iPhone," and "Made for iPad" mean that an electronic accessory has not been designed to connect specifically to iPod, iPhone, or iPad, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod, iPhone, or iPad may affect wireless performance.

      The Android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.



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