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DLO TransDock 3.0 FM Transmitter for iPod (Black)

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  • MP3 Compatibilty: iPod nano 1G, 2G (aluminum), 3G, 4G; iPod touch 1G, 2G; iPod 4G; iPod classic; iPod with video; iPod with color display
  • Play your iPod over your car's FM radio
  • Easy positioning with flexible gooseneck support arm
  • No complex install necessary--simply plug into any available auto power outlet
  • Securely cradle and charge your iPod in the car
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Technical Details
Brand NameDLO
Item Weight9.6 ounces
Product Dimensions12 x 7.8 x 10 inches
Item model numberDLZ93050/17
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0013PXV4S
Best Sellers Rank #119,762 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 23, 2004
  
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Play Your iPod Over Your Car's FM Radio
Enjoy your iPod music and videos in the car while your iPod is securely mounted and charging in the elegant TransDock. And now with IntelliTune, finding an open FM frequency is easier than ever. With one click, TransDock finds the ideal station for transmitting your iPod over your car's FM radio.

Intelligent Design
TransDock broadcasts your iPod to an open FM frequency between 88.1 to 107.9. And with IntelliTune technology, you can scan for these open FM frequencies automatically with the simple push of a button.

Multimedia Experience in Your Car
With the new and improved TransDock, broadcasting iPod music is only the beginning. Using the AV-Out port and the appropriate cable (available separately), you can channel iPod video downloads through popular flip-down screens or in-headrest monitors. The AV-Out port can also be used with your cassette adapter or car auxiliary input for supreme audio transmission directly into your car stereo. Plus, with the Aux-In jack, all it takes is a standard mini-to-mini cable (available separately) to transmit the audio from any other MP3 player, laptop, or gaming system over your car stereo.

Plug in and Play TransDock requires no installation and is a great alternative to expensive custom installations. The 8-inch flexible gooseneck support arm allows you to easily position the TransDock, while the dock itself rotates for horizontal positioning--great for the intuitive use of Cover Flow on your iPod touch. TransDock takes mobile entertainment to the next level. So go ahead, take your show on the road!

Compatible with the following iPods: iPod nano 1G, 2G (aluminum), 3G, 4G; iPod touch 1G, 2G; iPod 4G; iPod classic; iPod with video; iPod with color display.

What's in the Box?
DLO TransDock 3.0 FM Transmitter for iPod (Black).

About Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (DLO)
Founded in 2001, Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (DLO) began by producing the world's first iPod sport case. Soon ideas began flowing well beyond iPod cases. Revolutionary ideas included the trail-blazing TransDock--the all-in-one car solution for the iPod. More recently, DLO introduced the HomeDock Deluxe--the first home entertainment dock with on-screen navigation for iPod. DLO now produces an entire line of computer and digital music player accessories that are sold around the world. We've got you covered from cases and cables to remotes and mobile speakers.

Product Description

ALL NEW sleek FM transmitter that plays, charges and cradles iPod and iPhone;

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When I received this product, it wasn't in the original packaging.
kasmit13
I plugged it int my lighter socket, didn't feel right so I tried to pull it out. the plug guts fell apart and shorted out the lighter socket.
G. Richardson
First off i live in a very rural area and i can still never find a station that i don't get static!!!
Ryan Johnson

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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Tim Crabtree on October 4, 2008
I can't imagine an easier product to use. You just:

1) Open the box and snap the three pieces together.
2) Plug the TransDock into your car's cigarette lighter.
3) Plug your iPod into the Transdock.
4) Press the center button on the TransDock. It will find the best (least interference) FM frequency and display it.
5) Tune your car radio to the indicated frequency.

Now whatever you play on your iPod will play on your FM radio. I'm not an audiophile, but the sound quality is very good and clear to my ears. In my rural area, this works great. I've also had no problems in a nearby mid sized city (300,000+) (and never had to change frequencies). I have heard that in major urban areas you may have problems finding a frequency without competing signals. I haven't yet taken this to a large city, so I don't know.

The construction and looks of this unit are very good. It is black and blends very well with the dashboard in both our Honda Civic and our Toyota Tacoma (both with black dashboards). In both cases it looks well integrated - much less kludgey looking than most aftermarket GPS units, for example.

It fits very snugly into the cigarette lighter - it never moves around while I drive over bumpy roads. The gooseneck can be bent a little if you need, but is very rigid and holds its shape. The neck is fairly short - so the bottom of the unit will be about 3 - 4 inches above the lighter socket.

You can't tell from the photo, but the gooseneck attaches near the top of the unit, not the bottom.

There are a couple of jacks in the bottom of the unit marked "AV OUT" and "AUX IN". I haven't had a reason to use them. They are completely out of view in the car since they are on the bottom side.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Johnson on August 13, 2009
A couple of years ago i got a DLO transmitter for christmas and it worked great and i never had any problems with it but recently my car got broken into so i had to buy a new one and since i had a great experience with DLO before i decided to buy this one and what a mistake that was. First off i live in a very rural area and i can still never find a station that i don't get static!!! most of the time it sounds like i am listening to an AM station or something. Even though always having static with my music is annoying the part that makes me the most mad is the stupid telescopic stand they have with this model. It never stays in one place! every time i turn a corner start to fall over and i will have to grab it and support it so it will stay upright, and the times i don't grab it my ipod is usually thrown from the dock. I have used this in a toyota and a hyundai and have had the same problem in both cars so its not just the outlet in my car. I am very disappointed with this product especially since it cost me over a hundred dollars when i bought it. I am just going to invest in a car stereo that lets you plug your ipod directly into it and i advise everyone else to do the same.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Alejandro Uribe Mejia on May 30, 2009
The trans dock works very nice, with good signal. But the telescopic stand broke as soon as I tryed to form to my needs.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ramisds on April 23, 2010
Verified Purchase
I have used DLO products exclusively since i bought my original Transpod for a few years now.

SERVICE
When they were DLO the customer service was far better than the customer service you get with calling Phillips people. I purchased the Transdock 3.0 from a retailer on amazon who sold it as Used - Like new condition. The product lasted literally 2 weeks before the actual transmitter part started to turn on and off. The funny thing was it still charged - it just wouldn't transmit the iPod. I called Customer service and they told me because it was a used product they can't do anything for me despite me showing them the receipt from a reputable retailer.

Intellitune
Ever since they switched to the intellitune technology the transmitters have just gone down hill. The intellitune NEVER gets a correct channel for me. On this specific product it actually gave me the choice of trying to override one of the biggest radio stations in my area. This transmitter has no way of getting past one of the heavy hitting FM stations. I am having to replace my product once every few months ... but the problem (or saving grace) is that the DLO products are the best transmitters around. Unfortunately the tech service, the workmanship, and general care is just crud!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By T. Markiewicz on June 16, 2008
This product does not improve on the static issues most FM transmitters have. I live in a rural area and was unable to get clear signals on any station the device recommended.

The flexible stand is a great concept, but it moved around too much while driving that it was distracting.

I was really hoping this product would be the solution to having too many wires in my car, but I unfortunately had to return it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Bowen on December 27, 2009
I previously owned the DLO Transdock 1. While it worked fine for podcasts and audiobooks, the sound quality for music was pretty weak. If too much was going on the sound clipped and got crunchy. It also did not put out a strong signal and my radio picked up other transmitters over mine. As long as I stayed out of the city it worked ok.

The DLO 3.0 fixes all of that. It seems more durable, is easier to use, sends a very strong signal and sounds great. Realize that FM transmitters will not sound as good as a direct connection but this one is strong. It is greatly improved over 1.0 as is definitely worth the money.
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