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Griffin iTrip 2 FM Transmitter for $28

Dealmac: MacResQ.com offers the Griffin iTrip 2 FM Transmitter for third-generation iPods for $29.99. Coupon code “DNEWSTRIP” knocks $2 off for a net price of $27.99, the lowest we know to be available. Shipping starts around $4. Offer ends March 19.

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I have two cars both of which the LCD backlit and some controls of the radio unexpectedly broke down. My brother is suspecting that my I-Trip is the culprit because both cars i used the I-Trip have similar problems. One is a Toyota and the other is a Honda. Coincidence?

Posted by AGA on October 23, 2004 at 4:17 AM (PDT)

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“An “in-line adapter” is a little box that plus into the antenna cable where it and the radio cable connect up. You then use a connector with two RCA connectors at one end and a 1/8” plug at the other.”

Posted by Sabon a while back

Sabon: Would you elaborate on this please and explain how to build or buy an in-ine adapter for an iPod.

Thanks

Posted by buxwheat on December 26, 2004 at 12:28 PM (PDT)

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“An “in-line adapter” is a little box that plus into the antenna cable where it and the radio cable connect up. You then use a connector with two RCA connectors at one end and a 1/8” plug at the other.”

Posted by Sabon a while back

Sabon: Would you elaborate on this please and explain how to build or buy an in-line adapter for an iPod.

Thanks

Posted by buxwheat on December 26, 2004 at 12:29 PM (PDT)

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buxwheat - check out http://www.mp3playerstore.com/stuff_you_need/accessories/FM-02.htm

Currently your radio antenna and your radio have “wires” that meet and connect in your dash. The device above connects between them. Meaning that you plug the antenna into one side and the radio connection into the other. You then pick one (of usually two) FM frequencies on the device and set your radio to the same frequency. Then you plug the last wire from the device into the headphone or line-out jack of the iPod or any audio device and play the song and you hear it over your radio.

Posted by Sabon on December 29, 2004 at 12:24 PM (PDT)

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