Griffin iTrip - FM Transmitter for 1st Generation iPod nano - £7.99 - HotUKDeals
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My first deal post, so hopefully it will work out alright. Spotted this yesterday and ordered it last night and decided to make the effort and post. Have done a search on google and they appear to be £20+ at other places and even £15+ on ebay.

Not sure if it will be that good, but if its not i can sell it on ebay and make a few quid!

Technical Details:
On-screen tuning
Supports worldwide tuning modes
Stores last 3 used station presets
Selectable mono/stereo modes
Charge and sync iPod nano while iTrip is connected
On-screen tuning
Stores Last 3 used station presets
Selectable mono/stereo modes
Charge and sync iPod nano while iTrip is connected
Not compatible with 2nd generation Nanos

Please note, it IS NOT compatible with the new dedigned colour nanos. Only the first generation..just throw some other stuff into your basket to get free delivery. (oh i wish it was before xmas with that book which gave free delivery!)

Manufacturer's Description:
We've completely rethought how the product interfaces with the user both aesthetically and functionally. iTrip now uses the iPod's high resolution LCD for optimal viewing of station information. Additionally the sled design and minimalist controls make this the thinnest FM transmitter for the slimmest iPod to date.
Griffin's SmartDisplay technology seamlessly integrates all functions and features with the iPod nano. iTrip information is displayed on the best screen in the industry: the gorgeous iPod nano screen. One touch navigation puts all iTrip functions at your fingertip. This also makes iTrip for iPod nano the easiest-to-operate FM transmitter, ever. The exclusive SmartSound volume control, dynamically adjusts iPod's volume level for optimal audio quality. Additionally, users can control iTrip's volume level through the iPod's click wheel.

iPod nano slides into iTrip and securely connects via the iPod's dock and headphone connectors. iTrip accomplishes all this without adding bulk to the slim, sexy iPod nano. To stay securely attached it uses patented micro grip technology. This technology uses microscopic material to provide a secure grip without ever losing its holding properties.

iTrip's innovative selectable mono or stereo modes allow the user to adjust for the absolute best possible reception under real-world conditions. Enable the Mono mode in tough situations, such as large cities with stations crowding the dial for unparalleled reception. Switch to stereo mode for the best audio reproduction when you have a clear station.

Keeping your music broadcasting is no problem. iTrip draws its nominal power directly from iPod nano, requiring no batteries or AC adapters. A built-in USB port allows iPod nano to charge or synchronize music. Perfect for use in autos or at home.

- h2w

- Available again by Amazon.co.uk for £7.38..
Eligible for free Super-saver delivery (on orders over £15) - you_never_know
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#1
Does anyone know if a nano in a silicon sleeve will fit in this dock?

TIA
#2
Price increased to £10.40 ....
#3
I bought this from Amazon

This one:
http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/21CVV38G17L._AA177_.jpg

I have got a iPOD nano (First Gen). I tried to connect this FM Transmitter to my iPod and it connected very well.. I could see (on the iPod screen) it was tuning to various FM Frequencies..

But the FM transmitter does not have any socket to insert my iPod stereo headset.. the only thing it has got is mini USB socket..which is for charging (as they say in the manual )..

Anybody having this FM transmitter..please guide..where to insert the 3.5mm stereo headset (that came with the iPod) to listen to my iPod when connected to the FM transmitter ??
#4
you_never_know
Anybody having this FM transmitter..please guide..where to insert the 3.5mm stereo headset (that came with the iPod) to listen to my iPod when connected to the FM transmitter ??


As far as I know, you can't. Why would you want to have headphones in while the unit is transmitting to an FM radio? Either listen to it on the radio or unplug the iTrip and use your 'phones.

If you insist on having both headphones and fm transmission, better to buy one of those Belkin units which aren't iPod specific, and use a headphone splitter.
#5
Noghar
As far as I know, you can't. Why would you want to have headphones in while the unit is transmitting to an FM radio? Either listen to it on the radio or unplug the iTrip and use your 'phones.

If you insist on having both headphones and fm transmission, better to buy one of those Belkin units which aren't iPod specific, and use a headphone splitter.



I am confused now..

whats the basic function of this FM transmitter? I might be completely wrong here as I am new to ipod.. I thought, if I connect this device to ipod..I would be able to 'listen' to FM radio over my ipod... (just like some mobile phones..one just has to attach earphones and listen to radio)..

So could please let me know what does this FM transmitter do? I am totally confused :?
#6
you_never_know
I bought this from Amazon

This one:
http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/21CVV38G17L._AA177_.jpg

I have got a iPOD nano (First Gen). I tried to connect this FM Transmitter to my iPod and it connected very well.. I could see (on the iPod screen) it was tuning to various FM Frequencies..

But the FM transmitter does not have any socket to insert my iPod stereo headset.. the only thing it has got is mini USB socket..which is for charging (as they say in the manual )..

Anybody having this FM transmitter..please guide..where to insert the 3.5mm stereo headset (that came with the iPod) to listen to my iPod when connected to the FM transmitter ??



You cant, but why would you want to?

Pull it out if you want to use headphones. Even with other fm transmitters you would have to use a headphone splitter to use both headphones and tm and then there will be a load of stuff dangling down from the ipod and ill defeat the point of this nice little device! :giggle: :roll:
#7
you_never_know
I bought this from Amazon

This one:
http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/I/21CVV38G17L._AA177_.jpg

I have got a iPOD nano (First Gen). I tried to connect this FM Transmitter to my iPod and it connected very well.. I could see (on the iPod screen) it was tuning to various FM Frequencies..

Anybody having this FM transmitter..please guide..where to insert the 3.5mm stereo headset (that came with the iPod) to listen to my iPod when connected to the FM transmitter ??


Wait a minute... are you under the impression this is an FM receiver? So think if you plug in your headphones you'll be able to hear FM radio? It's not! The unit sends the output of the iPod to your FM radio, which can be in your car or even in your kitchen at home, so everyone can listen. It's not for picking up FM radio...

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