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Griffin iTrip Universal FM Transmitter

Posted in Griffin by Conner Flynn on December 16th, 2010

Griffin has launched a new iTrip FM transmitter for iPods, iPhones and MP3 players, called the Griffin iTrip Universal. It comes with an integrated 3.5mm audio cable, a built in display, and two user programmable presets. The device is powered by two AA batteries and comes with an optional window mount for your dashboard or car windshield.

iTrip sends the music from your player to the closest FM receiver, in your car or at home, through your stereo speakers. Expect it to be available in the first Quarter of 2011, with the iTrip costing $25 and the optional window mount costing $20.

Griffin iTrip DualConnect FM Transmitter

Posted in Griffin by Conner Flynn on October 24th, 2010

The Griffin iTrip DualConnect hooks up the company’s FM transmitter technology with a plug for your car’s 12 volt power outlet. The integrated cable plugs into the dock connector on your iPhone or iPod touch so that iTrip can charge the battery while you drive.

You can also use the free iTrip Controller App to control iTrip and make the setup quick and easy. The Griffin iTrip DualConnect will cost you $59.99. Now you can take your device with you and keep it charged up.

Belkin TuneBase FM with HandsFree Review

Posted in Review by Shane McGlaun on August 6th, 2009

belkintunebasehf-sbToday I am going to look at a cool new FM transmitter for the iPhone and other iPods from Belkin called the TuneBase FM with Hands-Free. The device is actually several devices rolled into one so if you need a holder for your phone or iPod, a charger for dockable iPods, a hands free kit, and an FM transmitter this is the device for you. Read on for all the details.

Hands on: Griffin iTrip Auto Universal FM Transmitter

Posted in Review by Conner Flynn on March 27th, 2009

Hands on: Griffin iTrip Auto Universal FM TransmitterThe iTrip is a pretty simple device. The idea is that you plug one end into your car cigarette lighter socket and the other into the earphone jack of your MP3 player, replacing your car radio with the soothing sounds of your own music collection playing through FM radio.

It’s just that simple. Just plug it in and find a frequency where you hear only static. You’ll get better results if you find one that has some neighboring frequencies with static. Then use the + or – buttons to tune your MP3 player to the same frequency. Just like that your player has replaced your car radio.

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.

Monster iCarPlay 250 now shipping

Posted in Monster by Shane McGlaun on June 11th, 2008

Monster iCarPlay 250Once you get hooked on your own custom playlists and listening to what you want when you want on your iPod or iPhone, going back to normal FM radio in your car is hard to do. You could carry tons of CDs and listen to what you want in the car too, but that is so 1994.

At CES this January Monster announced what it claimed to be the world’s most advanced iPod/iPhone wireless FM transmitter called the iCarPlay 250. Monster announced this week that it is finally shipping the iCarPlay 250 at $99.95. The device allows you to play your digital tracks from your iPod or iPhone over unused FM stations on your radio in the car or the home.

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 …