Released March, 2009
The Pros:Runs off the iPod - doesn't need batteries or car power cord. Easy to position nearest a car's antenna for best sound quality (due to not requiring a power source). Compact and easy to carry.
The Cons:Many different versions being sold under the same name with no obvious distinction. Sound quality is far from as clean as a direct wired connection. Often simply refuses to turn on.
The Griffin iTrip is a tiny and compact FM transmitter built for iPods. Once connected, users can tune into FM radio stations anywhere from 88.1 up to 107.9. Plus, the unit sports selectable LX or DX modes of broadcasting, which means superior sound quality with reduced background interference.
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Note also the unit’s digital LCD screen, which makes tuning into a desired station easier. Additional features of the Griffin iTrip include a built-in antenna, no batteries (power is received from the iPod), and a USB mini “B” port that works with the PowerJolt and a USB-to-mini-USB cable—useful for powering the iPod while using the iTrip.
- Compact FM Transmitter for iPod
- FM Frequencies
- Digital LCD Screen
- Built-in Antenna
- Zero Batteries
- USB Mini
- Dimensions: 2.45" x 1.43" x 0.9" (62.5mm x 36.5mm x 22mm)
- Weight: 0.6 oz
- Antenna: Built-in
- Power requirements: iPod connection (no batteries needed)
- Modulation: FM Stereo
- Frequencies: 88.1-107.9 MHz
- Oscillator: High stability crystal oscillator, phase-lock loop control
- Frequency response: 50 Hz to 15 kHz
- Operating range: 10-30 ft
- FCC compliance: (FCC ID # : PAV4026)
- 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
User Reviews (7)
runs off the iPod - doesn't need batteries or car power cord
easy to position nearest a car's antenna for best sound quality (due to not requiring a power source)
compact and easy to carry
compatible with Griffin's PowerJolt charger (sold separately) - allows users to charge their iPods while still using the iTrip
many different versions being sold under the same name with no obvious distinction
sound quality is far from as clean as a direct wired connection
often simply refuses to turn on
weaker transmitter - does not work well in all cars or in positions further from the car's antenna
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