Griffin Itrip FM Transmitter with Dock Connector for iPod
Product Type: Griffin in Car Audio
Description:Now compatible with all full sized dock connector iPods, including the very newest ones, the new iTrip follows in the tradition of Griffin's iTrip line, with superior performance and innovative features that make the iTrip the most popular iPod FM transmitter ... more
Newest Review: ... work. Well I've been using it everyday since and it works fine. On one longer trip I had to change the setting once, but that ... more
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Customer Griffin Itrip FM Transmitter with Dock Connector for iPod Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/01/09, updated on 25/06/09 (Very useful, 284 readings)
Recently I got a new car that doesn't have a aux plug and so i couldn't use my Ipod. I was a bit upset but started to live without it. One of my Christmas pressents was this transmitter and I thought it's a good idea but will it actually work. Well I've been using it everyday since and it works fine. On one longer trip I had to change the setting once, but that is hardly a down point! I have a rather long drive everyday and it works without the need to adjust which is great! One end goes into the car charger / or cig lighter and the other into the Ipod. The Ipod charges the whole time it id connected which is an added bonus. You need to tune the radio to be on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/07 (Useful, 867 readings)
I had an Ipod for around a year before I decided I wanted an FM transmitter for my car, so I brought a very cheap one off ebay which plugged into the cig lighter, but I got fed up of having to put it into the lighter socket each time I wanted to play my ipod in the car, so I decided it would have another look on ebay and I came across the itrip. It cost me roughly £15 delivered and came from USA off Ebay. When I purchased the itrip it was illegal to use them in the UK apparently although I was never stopped and a police officer even saw me using it, but they didn’t care. Although I believe it is now legal to use these as they are only low powered ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/06 (Very useful, 7061 readings)
My most well used Christmas present from last Christmas is arguably the Griffin Itrip FM Transmitter that my parents bought for me. Previous to actually receiving the itrip transmitter I had no idea what one was or that they even existed but it’s proved to be an invaluable present that I simply wouldn’t be without now. The Itrip is produced by the company Griffin which was formed back in 1992 to produce items to complement products from Mac – these include innovative video, audio, serial, USB, FireWire and ADB adapters for Mac. Their latest range of products supports the range of ipods currently available from Apple and includes cases, docking systems, ... Read the complete review
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