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New MARWARE SportSuit Convertible available for pre-order

if i ever tet a new ipod i would definitly either get the a case from the marware line or the dlo jam jacket

ps i submitted this story a few days ago, why wasnt it posted?

Posted by ari on June 5, 2003 at 1:01 PM (CDT)

Zip your iPod, new case announced

And what about using the dock with this case on the iPod?  Do you have to take it out to dock it?

Posted by Scott on June 5, 2003 at 12:53 PM (CDT)

Zip your iPod, new case announced

Looks pretty good… but does it have holes for the headphones and hold switch? I imagine it’s got to, but it’d be nice to see.

Posted by Adrian on June 5, 2003 at 11:15 AM (CDT)

Belkin Auto Kit for new iPod may not fit some cars

Nightfly, you are correct. Line out is much cleaner than an amplified headphone out and as such preferable for car hi fi with a line in jack.

R E S E A R C H

Posted by Mist on June 5, 2003 at 9:54 AM (CDT)

Belkin Auto Kit for new iPod may not fit some cars

I bought the monster power adapter for my 2nd gen IPOD then when I bought the 3rd gen I purchased a 6pin to 6pin female firewire adapter and used the data cable from the new IPod with the adapter to power the ipod off the old car charger.

Posted by AngryFish on June 5, 2003 at 7:39 AM (CDT)

Belkin Auto Kit for new iPod may not fit some cars

OK, need to defend my honor here.  I thought that “line out” signifies a straight throughput without any sound processing, whereas “audio out” is more of a headphone-jack type, where the unit volume control affects the output.  Am I wrong?

Posted by thenightfly42 on June 5, 2003 at 7:24 AM (CDT)

I Lost My iPod

I bought a 10 new Gig two nights ago and I am very happy with it. I know the 15 Gig is a better deal, but I already have a case and I don’t use the remote so I would have been paying extra for a dock (which I want) and the extra 5 gigs.

My store had 10 Gig models in stock with no 15 Gig models shipping to us, so I jumped at the chance to have an iPod back.

Thanks for all the advice guys. Does anyone know a place in Toronto that will engrave it for me? Will any place that does engraving do an iPod? Do I want just anybody to do it?

Posted by Kenneth Armstrong on June 5, 2003 at 6:11 AM (CDT)

PowerDesign releases BodyMasks for new iPods

yeah but goo gone kind of leaves a oily residue from the essential orange oil.  When I use that I always end up recleaning the surface.  I found the radio shack brand pda covers to be perfectly clear (not like the slight frosty look the fellowes and belkin protectors have) and cheap!  You have to cut them to size for the ipod screen but with the extra bit from the screen you can put that together with another protector to cover the back as well.  Or maybe even use the template from this site to make protectors for the wheel if you wish.  And for only $10!  But no residue to worry about cleaning up later on.

Posted by CK on June 4, 2003 at 11:09 PM (CDT)

PowerDesign releases BodyMasks for new iPods

i think I m gonna go ahead and get this, its so cheap, I ll print out a nice sample see if its any cool, then do some tricks

see see see

 

Posted by ipodder on June 4, 2003 at 10:22 PM (CDT)

JR Hill Introduces The Wrap for new iPods

For now, I just wrapped my iPod in that clear wrap you wrap food in. Renald’s Wrap(sp?)

Posted by Lyman Tsang on June 4, 2003 at 9:53 PM (CDT)

PowerDesign releases BodyMasks for new iPods

Why wouldn’t you use Goo Gone to get any adhesive residue off?  That’s what it’s designed for, and does not harm plastic.

Posted by dropshadow on June 4, 2003 at 9:40 PM (CDT)

JR Hill Introduces The Wrap for new iPods

i ordered one so that i had something to protect my new iPod until a full selection of cases came out. everyone seems to say that they scratch easy, and i know i won’t like the included case, so this is an interim solution that hopefully will fit the bill.

Posted by Paul Rodriguez on June 4, 2003 at 9:03 PM (CDT)

Belkin Auto Kit for new iPod may not fit some cars

Yes they are, someone is just being wierd withough doing some reasearch :^|

Posted by Kewleo on June 4, 2003 at 8:54 PM (CDT)

Updated: Is the backlight supposed to be blue?

a guy at the apple store here in the netherlands told me that there are two different (white and blue), and that he couldn’t see (from the sn’s) which one i am going to get..!!

HS-L

Posted by HS-L on June 4, 2003 at 7:58 PM (CDT)

JR Hill Introduces The Wrap for new iPods

I got the wrap last week and have been using it these few days.  Its thick vinel, much thicker than the plastic the ipod ships in.  It seems very protective to me. Its soft and sticks to the ipod very well. It does seem to make the buttons a little less sensitive.  I don’t know if its worth $10 though.  If you can find the material somewhere else you can probably make one yourself.  The design is very simple.  I wish it had cutouts for the carger, and it wraped the top of the ipod also.

Posted by NVS on June 4, 2003 at 7:35 PM (CDT)

Belkin Auto Kit for new iPod may not fit some cars

My Belkin charger works like a charm. Without the amp, the sound from the headphone jack is pretty low and lacks bass. With the charger hooked up, I get much better bass and treble through my tape adapter. I’ve got a ‘02 Golf.
By the way, what’s the diff between “audio out” and “line out”??? Isn’t it the same thing?

Posted by WIRED on June 4, 2003 at 7:35 PM (CDT)

Belkin Auto Kit for new iPod may not fit some cars

Won’t the iPod work with the Belkin charger plugged in for power and a mic to rca cable coming out from the headphone jack for the sound?

Posted by Andre on June 4, 2003 at 6:23 PM (CDT)

KBase Documents updated for iPod

Love the “solution” for “Delay While Misicmatch Connects,”  which is, slightly distilled:  “Wait.”

Posted by rtimmel on June 4, 2003 at 3:34 PM (CDT)

JR Hill Introduces The Wrap for new iPods

I don’t think this is worth it at all. It seems to be the same material that the iPod comes wrap in when you open a new one. Maybe I’m wrong, but something like this doesn’t seem to be that protective. The new iPods are so slim I could deal with something a little more thick and not paper thin.

Posted by Lyman Tsang on June 4, 2003 at 3:23 PM (CDT)

PowerDesign releases BodyMasks for new iPods

has anyone bought one of these? what are they like?

Posted by moxum on June 4, 2003 at 2:42 PM (CDT)

Belkin Auto Kit for new iPod may not fit some cars

I just went back to the Belkin page, and see that the jack is described as “3.5mm audio-out jack”, but does not say “line out” anywhere.  Makes you wonder why they even bothered; a line-out connection would have been WAY cooler.

Posted by thenightfly42 on June 4, 2003 at 2:11 PM (CDT)

Belkin Auto Kit for new iPod may not fit some cars

Actually the original article says “one of the only,” not “the only.”  So technically the article is not inaccurate.  The Griffin charger is the only other one that I have seen that works with the new one (and the only one, I believe, that works with both.)

Posted by Timmy on June 4, 2003 at 2:08 PM (CDT)

PowerDesign releases BodyMasks for new iPods

Depending on the plastic, lighter fluid could get a whole dissolving theme going on your iPod case. Unless you like the melted look thats probably not a good thing. Although usually that sort of damage appears pretty rapidly so i guess if they say you can do it, then it’s ok in the long term, as long as your not dousing the poor thing in lighter fluid every day. Warm soapy water and a spunge tend to do the job as well i’ve found. Not too much water of course. To be honest i rather like the look of these things, funkay patterns n what.

Posted by Alex Stapleton on June 4, 2003 at 1:18 PM (CDT)

Belkin Auto Kit for new iPod may not fit some cars

The statement in the main article is wrong. The car charger from Griffin Technology works for both the old and the new iPods. If you want to connect an FM Modulator, just use the Headphone Jack.

Posted by NO! there is another one that works! on June 4, 2003 at 12:55 PM (CDT)

PDASmart iPod battery replacement review

Is the intent then that the PDASmart battery has a longer battery life than the standard iPod battery, or is it a 1:1 replacement for a battery that’s just not holding a charge as well as it did when first purchased??

Posted by Dave Taylor on June 4, 2003 at 12:26 PM (CDT)

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