Griffin iTrip w/ Dock Connector
Product Type: Griffin digital audio accessories
Description:Model ID 6066-TRIPDA / Griffin iTrip w/ Dock Connector - Digital player FM transmitter - white / 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 ... more
Griffin iTrip w/ Dock Connector ... innovative features that make the iTrip the most popular iPod FM transmitter in the world.
The large, easy to read backlit LCD screen makes setting its digital tuner easy and intuitive. A convenient switch on the side of the iTrip makes it a breeze to select broadcast frequency. But you won't have to adjust the settings very often - iTrip remembers its settings for convenience. The compact, self-contained design makes controlling iTrip a snap, perfect for use in autos.
One of iTrip's innovative new features (something not found on any other FM transmitter) is selectable LX or DX modes of broadcasting, which allow you to adjust for the absolute best possible audio under real-world conditions. Even in large cities with lots of radio stations crowding the dial, iTrip's DX Mode delivers a background noise level below that of a cassette tape adapter, allowing the music to punch through cleanly. The results are stunning.
Another innovative feature gives you the ability to set the iTrip to either US or International tuning modes. International mode allows access to all available frequencies throughout the world. US mode limits tuning to those frequencies relevant to US stations. The result: no unnecessary scrolling through channels.
iTrip requires no batteries, drawing its power directly from the iPod, so there's never a power issue to silence your tunes.
Newest Review: ... This sets it apart from other transmitters that plug into the headphone jack with a relatively long lead. It is white and ... more
Customer Griffin iTrip w/ Dock Connector Reviews (6)
by - written on 01/11/06 (Very useful, 1094 readings)
Iíve always felt a bit uncomfortable about willfully breaking the law Ė even when that particular law is a bit of an ass. The Ďnot-entirely legalí status of my Griffin iTrip has always meant that Iíve been a bit cagey about taking it out in public and I donít use it as much as Iíd like to. Nearly four weeks ago I had to go down to London for the day and whilst strap-hanging on the tube and reading over the shoulder of a fellow passenger I learned that my life as an outlaw was about to end. So put away the hand cuffs officer Ė Iím nearly legal now, so I can tell dooyoo about my favourite gizmo. According to an article in the Metro on October 6th, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
The Griffin iTrip is an FM transmitter which is now a legal way of playing music through your radio. What it does is emit your music at an FM frequency of your choosing which, when you tune your radio into said frequency, hey presto, you can listen to your music. This means it can be ideal for listening to your music collection in your car or simply on your old radio without buying a docking station. -------------Neat----------- The iTrip is the neatest of the FM transmitters that I have seen. It is the width of the iPod classic and is only about 2cm high and under 2cm deep. This makes it slightly deeper than the classic but it plugs very neatly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/08 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I have an Ipod classic 80g which I use with this itrip. I have previously owned two other similar devices which allowed me to listen to my ipod in my car. The first one I was given for Christmas last year and it never worked that well as it was just very difficult to find a frequency that it worked on. The second was one that lasted for about 7 months before it just started turning itself off for no reason and it was OK but when I drove far from home the frequency it was on stopped working. This griffin itrip however is far superior to the others I have had. Firstly, there is no need for wires as it just plugs straight into the doc where you connect your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
The iTrip. For those of you that don't know what the iTrip is, basically this acts as a connector between your iPod and your stereo, usually your car stereo, but it can be any around the house too. Basically, all that is needed for the iTrip to work is an iPod (it doesn't matter which model) and an FM receiving radio. I have my iTrip permanently in my car and love to listen to the podcasts I have downloaded on it. There is absolutely no problems connecting to stations. The only thing you need to be wary of is interference from other broadcasters on that frequency and other drivers who may be close by that are using the same frequency too. The best ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/07 (Useful, 194 readings)
This is a handy little item if you are in the car or having a party. It transmits the the music from your ipod to a radio. It has a pretty good range - I have been upstairs listening with my ipod being downstairs and is simple to use, you just plug it in the ipod, choose a frequency (one that doesn't have a major radio station on) then press play. It is handy to have in the car as it isn't always sociable to have your headphones in with a car full of people. This also comes in black so it doesn't look odd if you have a black ipod. It also is available for mini's etc. It is also available for older generation models - the older ones ... Read the complete review
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