Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation — Audio Delivery System The iPod Touch The iPod Touch is a portable media player that delivers audio content to the patient during an education session. It wirelessly communicates with the Audio Control Station to send playback status and respond to commands to start and stop audio tracks. Press these buttons to increase or decrease the volume. These buttons are responsive when the application is running even while the iPod is locked. Recharge the iPod by connecting its USB cable to this port. When the iPod starts to recharge, it plays a short chime. Press this button to lock or unlock the iPod. When the iPod is locked, its screen is black and does not respond to touch commands. If the application is executing, it continues to play audio and communicate with the Audio Control Station. Press this button to close the application and return to the Home screen. This will stop ongoing audio and disconnect the iPod from the Audio Control Station. Connect headphones to this audio port.
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