itrip

  • iTrip Auto has a new look, still just as useful

    iTrip Auto has a new look, still just as useful

    Word “got out” a few days ago that Griffin has revised its iTrip line of FM transmitters for the iPod. First up was the iTrip Universal, which, shockingly, works with any device with a 3.5mm audio jack. Second up is the iTrip Auto, which is being showed off right now at IFA in Berlin. Griffin says it’s been redesigned from “the ground up,” which is fair to say. Read More

  • Griffin’s new iTrip could save a low-tech party from bad music

    Griffin’s new iTrip could save a low-tech party from bad music

    This always seems to happen to me: I go to a party and find that the host has horrible taste in music. It’s usually hair bands form the 80’s or something like that. Since I am not afraid to voice my opinion, I tell them that no one likes this music. After the rest of the guests back me up, they usually tell me to put on whatever I want. This is where the problem starts. I have no… Read More

  • Griffin Updates iTrip For 2G Nano

    Griffin Updates iTrip For 2G Nano

    Hot on the heels of Proporta’s new Wireless FM Transmitter comes Griffin’s updated version of the iTrip. Designed to work with the 2G iPod Nano, the iTrip is looking smaller than ever and features a mini USB port for charging the iPod without having to remove the iTrip itself. Updates also include the ability to choose which station you’d like to use on-screen and… Read More

  • DIY iTrip Signal Booster In An Altoids Tin

    DIY iTrip Signal Booster In An Altoids Tin

    An Altoids tin being used in a DIY project? Who would have thought! An eBay user named Cody recently purchased a Griffin iTrip despite knowing that it has crap reception. Cody then proceeded to build a signal booster with a 9V battery and an antenna stuck in an Altoids tin. Now he’s breaking FCC regulations and his iTrip works a hell of a lot better! It’s an age-old story, people… Read More