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If you get it to work and leave it plugged in it's fine... but it drains the battery even when not in use, so watch out.
I have not seen that problem happen to anyone else so I don't know if it's just faulty engineering on their behalf or I just have a defective product.
There is so much static with the Griffin FM transmitter, that it's not worth having and you are better off listening to the radio.
its good cause it can play ipod with out a cable to connect to your car to play
but the bad is that sometimes there is a lot of static interference.
Works wonders, nice to not be tied down by wires. Does drain battery quickly, gone after my 2.5 hour drive.Published 10 months ago by Jeff Babl
when I can't find my usb plug I still use this thing, it's really easy to set up and strangely enough no staticPublished 10 months ago by lizzy2pink
Works great and can tune to the elusive 87.9 FM. I love that I can take it off the charger and play it on every radio in the house.Published 19 months ago by Adam Wooten
I bought this years ago for my ipod to listen to in the car (My car is older and doesn't have an auxiliary input). Read morePublished on November 12, 2012 by whizafriz
It works great with my Ipod, it even has a plug on the bottom where you can conect it to charge the ipodPublished on December 5, 2011 by Jesus Armando
I've been using this for 2 years now and I like it.
First, though, I have to mention that unless this transmitter is close to my car stereo (within a foot), I get a lot... Read more
Bought this receptor for my ipod in preparation for a roadtrip.Found reception to be pretty static at times but overall a really neat little device for the money.Published on August 28, 2011 by E. Noud