Since you put this into said dock, the headphone jack (well is it on my iPod) is right there ready for me to plug in my headphone.
Is this some one that must have it exactly their way? If so, what stopped them from modifying the usual dock to add the jack? Trivial work for any electronics person.
It seemed simple. Find a docking/charging station that would would work with an ipod nano 4gen and have a headphone jack. And that would get it's power from the wall, so I wouldn't always have to have a computer nearby. Well, I looked and looked. There certanly are plenty of ipod docking stations with big speakers but none seem to have that simple little hole with the little picture of headphones above it (otherwise known as the line out right?). I don't always want to share my music, and I don't want to be draining my ipod batery when I am not mobile. I don't even need a docking station with speakers. If only the headphone jack on the ipod wasn't on the bottom. Hey, is there an extention cable that would plug into the ipod then plug into the docking station, thereby making the headphone jack accessible?