Going on holiday soon and looking to play the tunes on my ipod in the car and as it does not have a separate input I am left with using the "FM Transmitter" type...
What's the best model to use?
We haven't been overly impressed by FM transmitter iPod systems so far, but that changed when we tested the Griffin iTrip Smartscan recently - great-value performer for £50. Short test in our forthcoming July issue, out next Thursday (with subscribers already...)
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i 2nd that, i bought a griffin transmitter and don't think the quality is that good, and you they're is a definate difference between normal FM channels and the iPod.. I'm looking forward to reading the review of the more expensive transmittor
I have a dension ICE fm kit in my car and it works brilliantly, I cant recomend it enough!
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I have the latest magazine and am keen to get the i Griifin smartscan however there appears to be alot of variations and at a cheaper price than tated in the magazine. Could you tell me where i can get of one and at the price of course?
im after a good fm trans. for my 3rd gen nano (think it is 3rd...its the slim color one before the first square one)
i was looking at the latest griffin itrip one with a direct ipod connector (as i think these sound better than jack ones)
but they just mailed me to say it wont work with my old nano
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