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PocketDock AV iPod Adapter

Posted in iPod Accessories,SendStation by Chris Weber on May 31st, 2007

PocketDock AV iPod Adapter connects just about everything to you iPodNow that iTunes Plus has launched with their higher quality songs you’ll want to be able to share your music and videos on something other than you computer and a $15 set of speakers. SendStation, the same company that brought you the iPod Dock Extender, has just made that a little easier with the PocketDock AV iPod adapter.

The PocketDock AV consists of two parts. The first is a small dock that connects to any iPod that has a dock connector on it. The other is a set of 45″ cables that connect the dock to your home theater through S-video, composite video and right and left audio channels. There is also a USB adapter for charging your iPod through the PocketDock AV.

As a bonus the cable alone can connect your 15″ or 17″ PowerBook to …

Ion Rugged iPod case with Kickstand

Posted in iPod Accessories by Darrin Olson on May 29th, 2007

Ion Rugged Bodyglove iPod case with kickstandAfter spending a chunk of change on your iPod, the last thing any new owner likes to see is scratches and scrapes on the case and on the screen, and usually a protective case of some sort is a purchase made shortly after the iPod.

Body Glove, known mostly for their line of protective wetsuits, also has a line of protective, custom fit cases for the Apple iPod. This one in particular is called the Ion Rugged, and is a protective case made out of the same materials of other Body Glove products designed for your MP3 player. It has a protective, transparent layer over both the screen and the clickwheel with the black (black only) material covering the rest of the iPod to protect it from scratches and scrapes.

The reason we chose to write about this particular Body Glove iPod case …

Podxtreme Super Mini Sound Box

Posted in iPod Accessories,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on May 29th, 2007

Podxtreme Super Mini Sound BoxWould you like your iPod or other MP3 player to BOOM? We can’t guarantee this device will do that exactly as the ad claims but the design intrigues us so here we go talking about the Podxtreme Super Mini Sound Box ($30).

The Podxtreme Super Mini Sound Box attaches to the headphone port of your favorite digital audio player. Unlike some portable speakers which draw their power from the attached player the PodXtreme Sound Box has its own built-in rechargeable battery to let you draw upon internal power. This gets what is claimed to be more volume.

The internal battery is joined by an interesting design for bass boost which includes a “secret resonator” and expanded tunnel to create a “deeper bass and richer sound.” We wonder if, based upon the tunnel, the speaker could collapse back into the body of the Sound …

A Cheaper iPod Connection

Posted in Belkin,iPod Accessories by Chetz on May 25th, 2007

Belkin TuneCommand iPod dockIf you’re not into spending a couple of Ben Franklins on an iPod dock station / entertainment unit since you’ve already spent a lot of green on your home theater system, Belkin’s TuneCommand deserves a look.

Slip in your iPod (fifth generation video or fourth generation color display models and up) into the TuneCommand, connect it to your electronics via the AV cable it comes with and you can watch your ‘pod’s videos or listen to your music via your rec room sensory experience. The unit also charges your iPod at the same time you’re running content from it and it comes with a RF remote that works up to 120 feet away that includes eight basic functions like shuffle, repeat and pay your credit card online (just making sure that you’re paying attention.) The TuneCommand costs $89.99.

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iFreePlay Headphones for the iPod shuffle

Posted in Headphones,iPod Accessories,Monster by Chris Weber on May 23rd, 2007

iFreePlay headphones have a dock for the iPod shuffle without wires.These iFreePlay headphones rid the need for that pesky cord from your pocket or where ever your iPod shuffle is clipped, up to your headphones.

The headphones have a dock built right into the left earpiece where the shuffles’ headphone jack can connect directly without the need for any wires. The iFreePlay headphones and shuffle combined are light enough so that both can rest on your head while you go about your day without the problem of getting your hand caught in the headphone cord.

They also have no need for Bluetooth or any type of wireless technology since it connects directly to the shuffle, and the $49.95 price seems to reflect this. Most wireless Bluetooth headphones you find are considerably more expensive and will still require you to have the player in your pocket.

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iLoad copies CD’s to iPod, no computer necessary

Posted in iPod Accessories by Chetz on May 23rd, 2007

iLoad copies CD’s directly to your iPod without a computer.Take a CD that you want to copy onto your iPod but instead of hooking it up to a computer and downloading it the old fashioned way, why don’t you stick it in your iLoad instead? This white cube is from Wingspan Investment Partners, not a sexy company name we know, but it promises to remove the middle-man from your music experience.

Simply slip in the CD that you want to record into the iLoad, dock your iPod in the top slot of the unit and the iLoad will transfer the music and track info into the iPod in lickety split time. iLoad can also be used to back-up other video, music or data files onto USB external hard disks.

You also get a 90 day parts and labor warranty with your $299 iLoad unit and a 3 …

iPod Dock Extender

Posted in iPod Accessories,SendStation by Darrin Olson on February 17th, 2007

iPod Dock ExtenderWe all know the number of iPod accessories available these days, and some of them are actually kinda’ nice to have. There are many types of iPod cases available as well, but the problem is that once the case is on your iPod it increases the size of the device and the docking connector can’t reach the port anymore.

SendStation has made a small, simple and very useful looking adapter that simply extends the docking port to reach outside of the case. Having to peel off the case every time you want to dock to a speaker system or any other of the hundreds of accessories available just isn’t convenient, and depending on the case can be difficult and time consuming. The adapter just plugs into the docking port of any iPod with the 30-pin dock connector, extending it enough so it can extend into …