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I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 7:48 AM (PDT) Comment 501

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 7:53 AM (PDT) Comment 502

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 7:56 AM (PDT) Comment 503

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 8:04 AM (PDT) Comment 504

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 8:06 AM (PDT) Comment 505

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 8:06 AM (PDT) Comment 506

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 8:06 AM (PDT) Comment 507

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 8:07 AM (PDT) Comment 508

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 8:09 AM (PDT) Comment 509

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 8:09 AM (PDT) Comment 510

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 8:09 AM (PDT) Comment 511

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 8:56 AM (PDT) Comment 512

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 9:16 AM (PDT) Comment 513

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 9:19 AM (PDT) Comment 514

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 9:22 AM (PDT) Comment 515

I'm considering an ITrip but have a few hang-ups, it doesn't fit with the case I want (Pac Rim IShield) and the programming process sounds complicated. If I go on short drives, and say, shut it off to run in a store, do I have to run the ITrip playlist, pause it, then play my songs, every time I start the car up? I'm sorry, I don't quite understand this item yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted by casualfc on November 19, 2004 at 9:25 AM (PDT) Comment 516

I bought an iTrip together with a 40GB in Abu Dhabi duty free. It is genuinely impressive. It does however reduce the battery life considerably so if you use it in the car its a good idea to buy a car charger at the same time!

Posted by Cliveanthony on November 30, 2004 at 11:45 AM (PDT) Comment 517

Has anyone had trouble using the iTrip in certain cars and not others? I have a 911 here in the UK in which it doesn't work, but have managed to get it to work in a Ford in the US and a Jeep in Jamaica. Is this a car issue or a country issue?

Help please!

Posted by China Adrian on December 9, 2004 at 2:18 AM (PDT) Comment 518

First, I think it's a great idea and convenient when moving between cars or connecting to a home stereo. My gripe with it has more to do with my location: NYC. I live in Queens and commute to work in Long Island. I find myself switching between frequencies during my commutes to and from because of the sound quality and the break-ups. I find this inconvenient and somewhat annoying. I have a hard time looking for a "free" fm frequency because they seem to be taken up or it's too close to an available one.

I want to hear near-CD quality music but I don't think this will work FOR ME and MY LOCATION. I think it works much better in areas where most of the frequencies aren't being occupied. NYC/Long Island is not ideal for this item.

I've decided to hardwire the Belkin auto kit charger to my car receiver and go through the aux input of my receiver. I'm waiting to receive the charger in the mail and then I have to go out and buy the aux adaptor for my receiver. As soon as I get those two I'll be doing some soldering smile

Like I said, great product but for particular areas where there are more unoccupied FM frequencies.

Posted by ipod pc-user on December 10, 2004 at 11:46 AM (PDT) Comment 519

There doesn't seem to be any recent postings about the itrip,. so I will give you my take...I bought mine Jan '04 and used it in the Boston area as well as cape cod and Vermont...It is incredibly difficult to get a station and frustrating when you are out of range...The sound was OK, but the system in general was a nightmare. I used it because I was told that it was the best, i lost it in shanghai, and I could care less. I just hope i will find something else that is better...Why can't they make something that goes over the Satalite radio system?? There is the Billion dollar idea!!

Posted by gretch39 on December 16, 2004 at 2:22 PM (PDT) Comment 520

There doesn't seem to be any recent postings about the itrip,. so I will give you my take...I bought mine Jan '04 and used it in the Boston area as well as cape cod and Vermont...It is incredibly difficult to get a station and frustrating when you are out of range...The sound was OK, but the system in general was a nightmare. I used it because I was told that it was the best, i lost it in shanghai, and I could care less. I just hope i will find something else that is better...Why can't they make something that goes over the Satalite radio system?? There is the Billion dollar idea!!

Posted by gretch39 on December 16, 2004 at 2:23 PM (PDT) Comment 521

As a UK user I wasn't sure if this would work, imagine my delight when I simply tuned my home stereo systems tuner into the pre-set 87.9 that my U2 iPod works on and hey presto music! Clear no fuss or hiss quite brilliant! in black it matches the U2, it really is 'the bomb'. I love it!

Posted by rik100170 on December 24, 2004 at 7:50 AM (PDT) Comment 522

As a UK user I wasn't sure if this would work, imagine my delight when I simply tuned my home stereo systems tuner into the pre-set 87.9 that my U2 iPod works on and hey presto music! Clear no fuss or hiss quite brilliant! in black match the U2, it really is 'the bomb'. I love it!

Posted by rik100170 on December 24, 2004 at 7:58 AM (PDT) Comment 523

The Griffin itrip is a must. It looks really clean (like an original apple product) and works great. I have no problem playing my music in my car. I highly recomend this product. I chose this over the belkin product which my friend has. I recomend this product to anyone who wants clear sound and a well built product. For those who are having problems finding open radio stations in their area, go to the Griffin website and download the itrip station finder. [url=http://www.griffintechnology.com]http://www.griffintechnology.com[/url] (its under software)

Posted by eurospec on December 24, 2004 at 1:02 PM (PDT) Comment 524

I am going to purchase an itrip, but I live in Phoenix, Az and we have a lot of radio stations. How do I check my radio for open stations or how many spaces between stations do I need to look for a good transmission?

Posted by rickstar81 on January 4, 2005 at 9:24 AM (PDT) Comment 525
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