When it comes to MP3 players the iPod owns the market. I've had an iPod since generation 2 and with the addition of the iTunes music store I have not purchased a CD in quite some time. With all of the songs on my MP3 player it is nice to have a full library of music in my pocket, but when I'm in the car I am limited to my CD player and the radio. Only newer cars have iPod docks so what can you do to get all your music available in your car? Get a FM transmitter, which will transmit the music from your iPod over the radio. Griffin was nice enough to send us their latest version of their RoadTrip FM transmitter, let's check it out!
- Play music from your iPod on your car's stereo system as it charges.
- Switch quickly between pre-sets.
- New SmartSound Plus technology delivers clear sound under real-world conditions.
- New flexible steel neck and interchangeable iPod model-specific cradles position your iPod perfectly.
- The look of a custom installation in your car without the cost or inconvenience.
- Antenna: Built-In
- Power: Provided by the 12 Volt cigarette lighter or power outlet (no batteries required)
- Available output RF range: US: 88.1 MHz -107.9 MHz
- Radio Frequency Increments, US: 0.2 MHz per step
- Input Voltage Range: 12 - 16 Volts DC
- Maximum Current: 2 Amp
- Output Voltage: 5 Volts DC at 1 Amp
- Fuse Type: 2 Amp blade-type automotive fuse
I have always liked Griffin's packaging because it has a cool look to it and always shows the product that is inside. The RoadTrip packaging is no different. The RoadTrip is positioned so you can take a look at it before you buy it. On the back there is a list of features.
Opening the package up you have the RoadTrip unit, instructions, and 6 different iPod adapters. There are adapters for the iPod classic, iPod touch, iPod Nano 2nd and 3rd generations, and iPod with video (30/60/80GB).
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