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New Griffin iTrip works with most any portable audio player

Posted in FM Transmitters by Nino Marchetti on August 10th, 2008

Griffin iTrip Universal

The iPod accessory loving people over at Griffin Technology were showing off this week the latest iteration of the popular iTrip family of FM transmitters. This one is called the Griffin iTrip Universal and it will cost you around $40 to own one.

The Griffin iTrip Universal is actually designed to be compatible with most portable audio players. It allows audio to be played via FM by connecting a audio source to its 3.5mm headphone cable. It includes a three station memory and backlit LCD screen.

CES 2008

Monster shows off new iPod FM transmitter

Posted in CES 2008,FM Transmitters,iPod Accessories,Monster by Nino Marchetti on January 10th, 2008

Monster iCarPlay 250Monster unveiled during the Consumer Electronics Show what it is calling the most advanced wireless FM transmitter yet for the iPod. It is called the Monster iCarPlay 250 and Monster is pricing it at around $100.

The Monster iCarPlay 250 lets you enjoy your iPod audio through your car’s FM radio while at the same time charging your player. This particular FM transmitter offers some technologies to help do this in the most efficient way possible: autoscanning to lock in the clearest FM frequency, line-level audio signal output for “minimal distortion” and automatically adjustment of power output on individual frequencies for maximum signal strength.

Belkin TuneBase for iPod

Posted in Belkin,Chargers,FM Transmitters,iPod Accessories by Matt on September 19th, 2007

Belkin iPod TuneBase
The Belkin TuneBase gets a face lift with some welcomed improvements to this FM Transmitter. With ClearScan technology, users won’t have to wait for a stop light to adjust the station for clearer reception, instead the technology automagically finds the clearest station for you.

The button interface has been replaced with an LCD screen displaying the current station. A new Pro mode for improved audio quality and volume boost is integral, and an indicator informs the user when the mode is active.

Kensington Rolls Out LiquidFM

Posted in FM Transmitters,Kensington by Reuben Drake on September 17th, 2007

Kensington LiquidFM Plus FM Transmitter for MP3 playersToday Kensington unveiled the Liquid FM Plus FM transmitter as part of a multi-product mass launch of devices. The LiquidFM Plus provides some MP3 listening convenience in somewhat of a ho-hum FM transmitter which houses a few nice but mostly not uncommon add-ons.

The gadget allows users to connect an MP3 player through the standard 3.5mm headphone jack (or through a 2.5mm adapter for cell phones) and then sends and FM signal to a car FM stereo, allowing you to listen to your MP3 player in virtually any car on the go.

BTCUP iPod FM Transmitter/Bluetooth Gadget

Posted in Automotive,Bluetooth,Dock,FM Transmitters,iPod Accessories by Darrin Olson on September 13th, 2007

BTCUP iPod dock, Bluetooth hands free system and FM transmitter designed to fit in a cup holderMacallay has a gadget designed for use on the go that provides conveniences in more ways than one. The whole device is designed to fit in the cup holder of your car and can handle both your music and phone conversations in one handy package.

For one, the BTCUP is an iPod dock, compatible with the 1st and 2nd generation nano’s, 4th and 5th generation iPods and the iPod Mini. The BTCUP is powered off of the cars cigarette lighter and will charge the iPod while its docked.

When connected the FM transmitter inside the device can send music from your iPod through the cars FM stereo in a range of frequencies from 88.1MHz to 107.9MHz, which you can adjust on the small backlit LCD screen.

In addition to this, the BTCUP is also …

DLO TuneStik iPod Remote/FM Transmitter

Posted in FM Transmitters,iPod Accessories,Remotes by Chetz on August 17th, 2007

DLO TuneStick wireless iPod remote and FM transmitterThe DLO TuneStik provides the combination of an FM transmitter and a wireless remote control for your iPod into one package. The remote control uses RF and works from up to 40ft away providing control of your iPod and up to 4 preset FM transmission signals. It also comes with a cradle for your steering wheel so you can control your iPod playing through your car FM stereo without taking your hands off the wheel.

Belkin TuneCast 3 tunes in MP3 players over FM

Posted in Belkin,FM Transmitters by Nino Marchetti on August 9th, 2007

Belkin TuneCast 3Belkin has begun selling through its Web site a new FM transmitter for broadcasting digital music on a radio. The TuneCast 3 is priced at around $50.

The Belkin TuneCast 3 connects to a digital music device like a MP3 player or laptop through a headphone jack. This device, which is targeted towards iPod owners, lets you choose any open FM station on your radio to wirelessly broadcast to. You can even program the clearest frequencies with preset buttons.

iCast FM Transmitter

Posted in Accessories,FM Transmitters,Radio by Darrin Olson on July 5th, 2007

iCast FM Transmitter finds best signal frequencyFM transmitters for portable music players and pretty commonplace anymore, and not too often does one have features to make it stand out like the iCast AutoScan FM Trasmitter.

The iCast has that ever-so-common iPod compatible name prefix to link it to the popular player from Apple, but really it can work with just about any media player that has a standard headphone jack. It runs on one AAA battery or a cigarette lighter port, and will transmit the music to an FM station of your choosing, but here is where the unique feature comes in. The iCast will scan the different frequencies and find the clearest open one in your area to broadcast in, in order to avoid interference. It can also save up to 4 selected stations.

The iCast AutoScan also has a power saving feature, so if you shut off …

iPod FM Transmitter

Posted in FM Transmitters,iPod Accessories,Proporta,Radio by Darrin Olson on June 30th, 2007

iPod FM Transmitter from  ProportaThis little attachment for your iPod is an FM transmitter that will send the music on your iPod through your FM radio at home or in your car through an FM frequency of your choosing. There are plenty of FM transmitters on the market that work with iPod’s, but this one from Proporta has got a few stand-out features.

It’s compatible with the 1st and 2nd generation iPod nano, 5G iPod with Video, iPod mini, iPod Photo, and 4G iPod, and fits right into the docking port, only expanding the dimensions of the player by a little over an inch in length. You can set which channel you want the FM to come through on and the tuning information is displayed right on the iPod screen. Also, even though this gadget takes up the docking port, it extends it and offers the port …

Griffin iTrip Auto FM Transmitter for iPod

Posted in Accessories,FM Transmitters,Griffin by Quagmire on December 14th, 2006

iTrip AutoThe iTrip Auto from Griffin Technology is a combination FM transmitter and integrated charger for your iPod.

The iTrip Auto is designed specifically for use in the car to listen to your iPod and act as a charger. The iTrip transmits on frequencies 88.1 -107.9MHz, which can be controlled manually with a toggle switch on the side of the device. The speaker volume is controlled using the car stereo controls, without having to adjust the iPod’s volume level.

The device features a large backlit LCD screen for easy station selection and also displays the frequency that you want to transmit on.

The iTrip Auto comes in both white and black and will accommodate every dock connector iPod, iPod nano, and 5th Generation iPods with video. The iTrip Auto is available now for $69.99.

FMP3 Watch is MP3 Player with FM Transmitter

Posted in FM Transmitters,MP3,Watches by Quagmire on November 15th, 2006

FMP3 Watch has MP3 player and FM transmitterAt first glance the FMP3 Watch appears to be just another watch that plays MP3s. Upon closer inspection we find that this watch includes a handy FM transmitter which allows you to transmit your MP3′s to FM radio. The FM transmitter will playback music on FM radio frequencies between 88.1MHz, 88.5MHz, and 88.9MHz with an approximate range of 6m-10m.

The FMP3 watch also contains an MP3 Player, Voice Recorder, and Line-in Recording capabilities. With the watch, you can control common operations such as play, stop, next, and back. Transfer your MP3 files to the watch via USB with memory capacities of 512MB and 1GB. Like a secret-service agent the hidden, built-in microphone allows you to discretely record your voice or sound directly to the device, and line-in recording is possible by connecting to an external source. Enjoy a continuous …