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Blitzsafe working with Apple on iPod adapter for car

It still wont play out the front speakers

Posted by Sam Stringer-Hye on June 18, 2003 at 7:33 PM (CDT)

Blitzsafe working with Apple on iPod adapter for car

what are preouts exactly?

Posted by Sam Stringer-Hye on June 18, 2003 at 7:31 PM (CDT)

Blitzsafe working with Apple on iPod adapter for car

seems like that RCA input is for your CD changer. You can burn a 60 minute silence CD. And use it with that.

Posted by pbox on June 18, 2003 at 7:31 PM (CDT)

Blitzsafe working with Apple on iPod adapter for car

Also, I have to set it to “CD” and just pause the CD otherwise itll play on top of it.

Posted by Sam Stringer-Hye on June 18, 2003 at 7:22 PM (CDT)

Blitzsafe working with Apple on iPod adapter for car

I’ve got it connected, and its playing through only the back speakers. Can anyone tell me why? thanks.

Posted by Sam Stringer-Hye on June 18, 2003 at 7:22 PM (CDT)

"Old and New iPods, Side-by-Side" Review

Well, I suppose if I’m going to dish it out (by occasionally writing a negative review), I have to be able to take it (when I get a negative review of my review).  The post was meant to be my first impressions of the two models side-by-side.  The format of Sparkshop is very much a weblog style, which means I make frequent posts, and frequently revisit topics I have already posted about, so I’m pretty sure I’ll have more to say about my iPod as I log more hours with it both at home and on the road (I have already added more information in the comments section).  As with everything that gets posted on Sparkshop, take it for what it’s worth to you.  Sorry you did not find the post helpful.

Christian

Posted by Christian Cantrell on June 18, 2003 at 6:51 PM (CDT)

VW Audio Interface Adapter

The sound quality of the iTrip is orders of magnitude less than that of a direct input.

Check out:

http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=509131

Go to page 11 for a how to for 3G iPods.

Posted by Alric on June 18, 2003 at 6:46 PM (CDT)

VW Audio Interface Adapter

Don’t bother with this device. Use an iTrip.
I do; it works fine!

Posted by jjr on June 18, 2003 at 6:29 PM (CDT)

Bose Announces QuietComfort 2 headphones

nicholas,
Thanks for adding to my doubt about the effectiveness of the QC2’s. Glad it wasn’t just me :-)

Posted by MadPict in UK on June 18, 2003 at 5:11 PM (CDT)

Blitzsafe working with Apple on iPod adapter for car

Be careful, if it’s a pre out it might cook your ipod.  I would read the manual that came with the Pioneer.

Posted by cougardew on June 18, 2003 at 4:58 PM (CDT)

iSkin for iPod 5GB and 10GB for $10

kidding aside, I just got an email from thinkdifferentstore.com and they are setting up their website to accept the sale price. Check them out before the week is out.
Our site is another thing, I am in the hands of my programers and how fast they can finish the multiple order asp code. 
The new iSkin is out and will be anounced soon by a number of my online resellers and stores in the USA and also on my site www.iskin.biz with or withou asp code

Posted by Lajo Cymbalski on June 18, 2003 at 4:40 PM (CDT)

"Old and New iPods, Side-by-Side" Review

very true indeed

Posted by Sparks9 on June 18, 2003 at 4:38 PM (CDT)

Warning: Don't buy an European iPod, its volume is too low

Recently bought a Goodmans GMB20/2 jukebox, 20gb Mp3 etc player, when i tried the lineout on my hifi it required near 100% volume ( PS2 required about 25% ) and so produced a distinct hiss, is low volume a more general problem?

The player was returned and i’ve ordered a 15Gb iPod, if this has the same problem i’m going to buy a nice cheap, low tech, compact cassette player!

Posted by simon on June 18, 2003 at 4:38 PM (CDT)

Bose Announces QuietComfort 2 headphones

No noise cancelling headphones will eliminate speak.  Not enough consistancy in speach, to “hear” and “cancel”  Babies crying consitantly, that works for some reason.  Sounds, constant and loud.  That works too!

As for the new ones, I don’t think they are better.  LOVE the new design, bought them for my GF, but sound seemed inferior to old ones.

Posted by nicholas on June 18, 2003 at 4:18 PM (CDT)

Blitzsafe working with Apple on iPod adapter for car

thanks a bunch, Im gonna go get a RCA/Minijack converter tonight.

Posted by Sam Stringer-Hye on June 18, 2003 at 4:14 PM (CDT)

Warning: Don't buy an European iPod, its volume is too low

Wow, could we please all be civilized. I’d like to see some constructive arguments. If anybody has links to Apple documentation or independent docs on the subject, please provide the link.

Tony, you say the output level of the earphones do not give the same Amp than what has been registered. what level would that be then?

Trive, you talk about this being on iPod 1.2.2 only. When I look at the About screen on the iPod I see version 2.0. An the updater I downloaded lately from Apple said 1.3?... Which version do I have in your opinion?

A word about Mac lovers. I’m a last year switcher and it took me some time to get into things, but I must say that I really appreciate very very much my Powerbook. I really think it is an extraordinary piece of equipment. I use it now preferrably to my PC. However, I haven’t been disappointed by XP either (which we are deploying at work and which I have on my home desktop).

It is true people should try to simply express their opinion without trying to impose them to others, and we readers have to understand that they are nothing more than personal opinions.

Posted by Christopher on June 18, 2003 at 4:09 PM (CDT)

Blitzsafe working with Apple on iPod adapter for car

If it is an RCA input, you can use an RCA connector with 2 male ends and a 3.5mm jack.  Once it is plugged in, your receiver should recognize it as “AUX” or something like that.

Posted by Marvin Hayag on June 18, 2003 at 3:50 PM (CDT)

Blitzsafe working with Apple on iPod adapter for car

I have a question? In my car I replaced the stock CD Player, with a Pioneer DEH-3400, When I put it in I saw a red and white (RCA) jack on the back of it. I’m not sure if this is input or output, or what the heck it is for. Also if it is for input how would you select it in the menu, because right now you can go to “CD, and Radio” so how would that work. Thanks.

Posted by Sam Stringer-Hye on June 18, 2003 at 3:29 PM (CDT)

Griffin iTrip FM Transmitter for iPod: $32.95

I heard rumours of iTrip not working in Europe. Is this true? I find it hard to believe, because how is the FM frequency in Europe different from the one in the USA?

Posted by Daan on June 18, 2003 at 2:43 PM (CDT)

Warning: Don't buy an European iPod, its volume is too low

Gopher, I sugest that you read up on some basic electronics before coming out with s**t like that!

Just because the iPod’s internal Amp is rated at 106dB, and has been limited to 96dB, does not mean to say that the earphones are giving that much out!

Also, do you KNOW how the dB system works?  I think not, after reading your “post”.

And another point that you have totally missed, is the fact that, if the recording was made at say, a peak level of -1dB, which is common for compressed pop/rock music, then you MIGHT get somewhere near your 96dB figure, but not all music is recorded at the same level.

You try listening to some classical, or other high quality recordings first.  THEN come back and read your mindless drivel, after you have found out that setting the volume control to 100% is not enough to hear most quiet passages of classical music, especially whilst out and about.

Do some more research before “contributing”! Fool

Posted by Tony on June 18, 2003 at 1:50 PM (CDT)

iSkin for iPod 5GB and 10GB for $10

no im not…just a wise consumer…nice try though….deflection

Posted by robert on June 18, 2003 at 1:43 PM (CDT)

VW Audio Interface Adapter

Is this passthrough cable made specifically for VW automobiles? Do you have a part number?

Posted by Jeremy on June 18, 2003 at 1:42 PM (CDT)

Warning: Don't buy an European iPod, its volume is too low

The volume cap is like 8 decibles from 104 and 96 if I remember correctly.  Goodness, that’s louder than a vacuum cleaner.  Anyone listening at louder than 90 decibels is risking hearing loss if listening at that loudness for extended periods of time.  If the complaint is that it isn’t loud enough and you are listening at louder than 90 decibels, fine, don’t complain to Apple when you need to buy a hearing aid, or furthermore, learn sign language.  To learn what decible levels are safe, visit:

http://www.planet-stuff.freeserve.co.uk/Standards/SoundLevels.htm

Posted by gopher on June 18, 2003 at 1:36 PM (CDT)

Griffin iTrip FM Transmitter for iPod: $32.95

yourmom—before you flame someone how about doing a little more research first.

Had you done so you would realize that the iTrip gets ALL of it’s power via the headphone jack!!!!  There is NO Firewire connection.  This is obvious upon inspection and ALSO stated in the owner’s manual!!!

I speculated that the reason it may not work with the new iPod because of software differences.  You see, the software in the IPod signals the selected transmit frequency to the iTrip via the headphone jack (this is essentially a “song” of sorts that the iTrip listens for).  I don’t know if the new iPods would do this the same way.

Now let’s relax and listen to some nice music :)

Posted by Tom on June 18, 2003 at 1:04 PM (CDT)

Blitzsafe working with Apple on iPod adapter for car

It’s called humor…

Posted by mp on June 18, 2003 at 12:53 PM (CDT)

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