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Griffin iTrip nano


$50.00 Released March, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Built with sturdy, heavy-duty plastics that can take being dropped a few times. Connects snugly to the USB connector on the Nano. Controls are very intuitive, not much of a learning curve.

The Cons:Need to be careful when disconnecting it from the Nano, tends to pivot on the way out and stress the physical connection on both devices. No way for the device to give you CD quality sound. Can experience significant interference if there's a broadcast station above OR below the one you're using.

The Griffin iTrip nano is an extra-compact and chic iPod FM transmitter that allows users to play and control their iPod via an FM stereo. Designed to fact look like a perfect fit with the iPod Nano, the iTrip Nano first connects to an iPod, and then directly to a car’s dash or cigarette lighter opening.

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Once hooked up, it relies on SmartScan technology and adjustable LX/DX modes to ensure seamless signals, top-quality sound, and superior performance. Users can in fact control their iPod directly from their dash, thereby making operation simple and easy. For a less fancy module, albeit one that is iPhone compatible, please consider the Griffin iTrip AutoPilot.

Features

  • Compact iPod FM Transmitter
  • SmartScan Technology
  • 1-Cable Design
  • FM Frequencies
  • Digital LCD Screen
  • Built-in Antenna
  • Zero Batteries
  • Selectable Stereo/Mono

Compatibility

  • iPod      
  • iPod Mini   
  • iPod Photo   
  • iPod Nano  
  • 2nd Gen iPod Nano   
  • iPod w/Video   
  • iPod Classic  
  • 3rd Gen iPod Nano  
  • iPod Classic  
  • iPod Touch   
  • 2nd Gen iPod Touch 
  • 4th Gen iPod Nano

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Pros
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    built with sturdy, heavy-duty plastics that can take being dropped a few times

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    connects snugly to the USB connector on the Nano

  • 1

    controls are very intuitive, not much of a learning curve

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    sound quality is about as good as a typical radio station

Cons
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    need to be careful when disconnecting it from the Nano, tends to pivot on the way out and stress the physical connection on both devices

  • 1

    no way for the device to give you CD quality sound

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    can experience significant interference if there's a broadcast station above OR below the one you're using

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    need to place the device near your car's antenna, which is a bit awkward if your antenna is in the rear

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    draws on the Nano's battery power to operate, reduces play time

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