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Griffin 9801-TCENTER WiFi TuneCenter Home Media Center for iPod


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  • Attaches to your television and stereo for viewing photos, watching video, and listening to your iPod music library
  • Expands your musical resources by providing access to internet radio stations when hooked up via Ethernet to your home or business network
  • Lets you display your iPod's photos and play movies on the large screen
  • Includes a 14-button remote so you can runs things from the comfort of your chair or couch
  • Compatibility: iPod nano (1G only), iPod mini, 4G iPod with click wheel, iPod Color, iPod Video. TuneCenter is not compatible with 3G iPod.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameGriffin Technology
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions3.7 x 3.9 x 4.5 inches
Item model number9801-TCENTER
Connectivity TechnologyWireless
Operating SystemiPod nano, iPod nano 2nd generation, iPod video, iPod photo, iPod mini, iPod (click wheel)
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000FLRXK4
Best Sellers Rank #315,954 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Attach TuneCenter to your television and stereo for viewing photos, watching video, listening to your iPod music library or internet radio. With the included 14 button remote, TuneCenter turns your iPod into a complete Home Media Center. Just dock the iPod into TuneCenter, and let the entertainment begin.

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The Griffin 9801-TCENTER TuneCenter Home Media Center for iPod attaches to your television and stereo for viewing photos, watching video, and listening to your iPod music library or Internet radio. With the included 14-button remote, this unit turns your iPod into a complete home media center, requiring only that you dock your iPod in TuneCenter, and let the entertainment begin.

Griffin's TuneCenter features the ability to display iPod playlists and song information on your TV screen, taking music sharing to a whole new level by allowing the whole room to see at a glance the song title, artist, album and progress of the current song. TuneCenter's remote allows you to navigate through your iPod's entire library, as well as choose your preferences such as shuffle and repeat modes, and EQ. You can use the TuneCenter's remote to skip forward and backward, choose the next or previous song, browse playlists and more -- all without getting up off the couch -- which makes this the ultimate solution for taking full control of your iPod.

This Griffin home media center also expands your musical resources by providing access to Internet radio stations. By simply plugging the TuneCenter into your network you can choose from thousands of free channels, ranging from quiet atmospheres to things that don't seem to even qualify as music, all with slick, on-screen navigation.

The Griffin TuneCenter, however, makes better use of your TV screen than just through the displaying of song lists. This unit also lets you display your iPod's photos on the large screen, as well as play movies from your iPod video on your home entertainment system. When it comes to movies and photos, bigger really is better, especially when you are talking about your own works of art. The TuneCenter lets you display slideshows of your latest vacation and special events, or provides you with the most compact business presentation system ever. Just choose a slideshow and a soundtrack to go with it and let fly, all while using the convenient remote control to skip forward and backward, or pause to emphasize a special point.

The Griffin 9801-TCENTER is compatible with all dockable iPods, including: 4th-generation iPod and iPod photo, iPod mini, 1st and 2nd-generation iPod Nano, and 5th-generation iPod video models. This system includes an S-video and a composite video output for connecting to your TV, an RCA left and right audio output for connecting to your stereo or home entertainment center's speakers, and an Ethernet RJ45 10-100base T connection for hooking up to your network. The Griffin TuneCenter includes an NTSC/PAL video format switch, measures 3.9 x 4.5 x 3.7 inches (W x H x D), and it's backed by a manufacturer's limited 1-year warranty.

iPod Compatibility
iPod nano 1G, iPod mini, iPod 3G, iPod 4G (Clickwheel), iPod Color, iPod 5G/5.5G Video


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The menu navigation is slow and I couldn't even change any settings.
J. Caravella
What I got was an simple 1 line email reply saying 9801 was out of stock and I could do the RMA return.
Y. T. Chan
I have spent 15-20 minutes at a time in frustration trying to get the thing to start my ipod.
Car Guy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. White on January 6, 2009
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Griffin no longer supports this device.Osprey-Talon claims to have good customer support.... their solution.."If you don't like it, return it".
Oh, they did try to help some, they gave me a link to a Q and A page at Griffin.But I had already read it, and my problem wasn't listed.
I bought it because it claims to have wireless connection, it wouldn't take my password ( tried for about an hour messing with it).The remote takes forever to accept commands...literally!Wouldn't play ANY of my video's.
I just think if you want a decent unit , try something else.Who knows, someone else probably has better luck than I though.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Car Guy on January 25, 2009
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Unit works fine, but the cheapskate remote control spoils the experience. My remote sticks on every time I push a button (any button-the red light stays on). I have to gently smack the thing and sometimes this works. If it doesn't, your ipod in the dock is dead. Once your ipod is in this dock, you MUST use the dock remote control to start it. If the remote doesn't work right, you are dead in the water. I have spent 15-20 minutes at a time in frustration trying to get the thing to start my ipod. Finally, when the remote is ready to work right, it will play. My advice is to look elsewhere.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Osman Badran on February 8, 2009
even though i have been reading all these bad and negative feedback on these ipod tune centers, yet my experience was totally different.

I bought 2 of them, one for me and the other for a friend of mine...and we both live it!

The sound quality is fine, not superb, but really good and accessing online radio stations is really cool...all this with a 17$ deal! to me is really worth every penny...

i highly recommend this prodcut...especially with that price!
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A. M. Forlenza on December 22, 2006
As is the case with all iPod docks, you will most likely be disappointed with the sound quality and volume output that these devices produce. However, it is not so much the device as it is where the technology currently lies at. This dock, which I bought, is basically useless unless you use the iPod's "lossless" sound conversion format. Even then, the volume output on any home theater will approximately be at 50% the level as your CD/DVD player, set-top box, etc. would be. I am running a $25,000 home theater system and still cannot find an acceptable sound quality and volume level. Do not waste your time or money. This is a poor investment unless you can find one in the $30-$50 range - cables included.
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