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I've just brought one of these ipod fm transmitters http://www.mymemory.co.uk/memory/Griffin/iTrip/FM/Transmitter/for/iPod/Nano/-/2G http://www.mymemory.co.uk/memory/Griffin/iTrip/FM/Transmitter/for… Read More
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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
I've just brought one of these ipod fm transmitters http://www.mymemory.co.uk/memory/Griffin/iTrip/FM/Transmitter/for/iPod/Nano/-/2Ghttp://www.mymemory.co.uk/memory/Griffin/iTrip/FM/Transmitter/for/iPod/Nano/-/2G
and no matter what i do, can't hear anything when i try tuning it in to my stereo. Has anybody got any tips or ideas if i may be doing something wrong before it ends up going back to the shop?
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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
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I have a belkin one


All I had to do was plug it into my ipod and the frequency popped up on screen which I then tuned into my stereo. Easy as that. I'm pretty sure yours should be very similar
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finicky
I have a belkin one

http://www.fleshlight.com/main/index3.php?utm_source=fleshlight&utm_medium=ppc&utm_campaign=ga&gclid=CMiipaWv3owCFRm6EAodh2Bwyg

All I had to do was plug it into my ipod and the frequency popped up on screen which I then tuned into my stereo. Easy as that. I'm pretty sure yours should be very similar


haha i gotta quote this before you edit
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dave smith
haha i gotta quote this before you edit


Yes I'm blushing quite a lot right now!!!
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finicky
I have a belkin one

http://www.fleshlight.com/main/index...FRm6EAodh2Bwyg

All I had to do was plug it into my ipod and the frequency popped up on screen which I then tuned into my stereo. Easy as that. I'm pretty sure yours should be very similar


dave smith
haha i gotta quote this before you edit



HAHAHAHAHAHAHA aww man classic!
#5
I don't think that will fit my ipod :whistling:
Thanks people, have got it working on my home stereo, has to be about 1 ft away and in a certain place :S Will try it in the car in a minute to see if i can get it to work there too :thumbsup:
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littlesheepy
I don't think that will fit my ipod :whistling:
Thanks people, have got it working on my home stereo, has to be about 1 ft away and in a certain place :S Will try it in the car in a minute to see if i can get it to work there too :thumbsup:


Oh good - I was feeling guilty for hijacking your thread
#7
What stereo are you trying to tune it in on? If it's a car stereo I've found it can be more difficult as the car stereo will often choose an RDS station close to the frequency instead. In certain cars I can't seem to get it working at all, it justs skips straight past whatever mode I put it in. If you have a non-RDS mode where you can just manually move through the frequencies that's the best way to do it - as recommended above I find 88.1 useful as I've never had interference with it. Once you've got it working, save it to one of the memories in the stereo which saves you going through all the hassle again.

John
#8
All sorted now, thanks for your help guys. Works no problems in the car, was just my home stereo where it has to be in a certain place fo some reson for it to work!

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