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Griffin Itrip Auto Universal Plus Refresh FM transmitter and PowerJolt Auto Charging for Portable Audio Players

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  • Send your music wirelessly to your FM radio so you can listen through your own speakers
  • Works with almost any portable audio device with a standard 1/8-inch headphone jack
  • Powered by your vehicle's 12 volt accessory outlet or cigarette lighter
  • Transmits 88.1 - 107.9 MHz FM frequencies so you can find a spot with the least interference
  • Built-in USB port for charging your device
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 5.1 x 1.5 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001LYOGRM
  • Item model number: 7259-TRIPUNP-2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,993 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 13, 2007

Product Description

Product Description

Griffin Technology iTrip Auto Universal Plus FM Transmitter 7259-TRIPUNP-2 FM Transmitters

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Send music wirelessly to your FM radio with the iTrip Auto Universal Plus, so you can listen through your vehicle's speakers. A built-in antenna transmits frequencies from 88.1 to 107.9 MHz, so you can dial up a spot that minimizes interference from powerful radio stations.

The iTrip Auto Universal Plus gets gets power from your vehicle's 12-volt accessory outlet or cigarette lighter outlet. It works with almost any portable audio device that has a standard 1/8-inch headphone jack (CD players, MP3 players, protable cassette players, and of course iPods/iPhones).

This iTrip model can also charge a portable player, thanks to a built-in USB port. Just plug in your player's USB charging cable and you're all set. Enjoy your tunes and arrive with a fully-charged device.

iTrip Auto Universal Plus Specs
  • Dimensions: 12.5 mm x 26 mm x 72 mm; total length including cable: 85 cm
  • Weight: 0.6 oz
  • Antenna: Built-in
  • Power: Provided by cigarette lighter or 12 volt power outlet (no batteries required)
  • Modulation: FM stereo
  • Frequencies: 88.1 � 107.9 MHz
  • Oscillator: High stability crystal, phase-lock loop control
  • Frequency Response: 50 Hz to 15 kHz
  • FCC Compliance: PAV9501

What's in the Box
Griffin iTrip Auto Universal, Owner's Manual


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My Toyota Camery car radio does not receive the FM transmitter signal.
Henry G.
So... I actually got one of these, and sent it back as defective, and then got a new one, that had the exact same problem... let me explain.
Sagisarius
The static isn't as noticeable if you have the volume down low but if you listen to it a little louder it's terrible.
KD

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

128 of 129 people found the following review helpful By P. Catlin on April 21, 2010
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the clearest frequency to transmit on is 87.9. However this station is only available while the device is in international mode. Customer support will not tell you how to change the device into international BUT I WILL. Hold down the + and - button for about 20 seconds. 'US" will flash in the upper left corner. Now press the + button until you see 'intl'. Now the device will unlock ALL frequencies 87.7 - 107.9. Use 87.9 or 87.7 for best reception. Also try changing from LX to DX (stereo to mono) because DX (mono) seems to give off a stronger signal without compromising sound. your welcome.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Glen J on August 28, 2009
After reading other reviews, I was worried this wouldn't work well for us. But it does just fine.
Used it with Zune, iPod and iPhone without a hitch. Around town, a selected preset works the best and avoids re-tuning. On the road, click the button once when you encounter static or interference, and you are in the clear.
A hard wired connx would be better; this is a good second option.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 10, 2010
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Got this item to charge and play music on my Droid. However, it appears to have some issues with charging the Droid. It will start charging the unit for a few seconds or even minutes and then stop (even if the Droid isn't anywhere close to fully charged). The FM radio component seems to work well though, so I'm using it, but it's annoying of course to plug in both a separate car charger and the iTrip. Griffin's tech support has been helpful and quickly got me a replacement unit to try, but it has the same issue. I would only recommend this with the Droid if you are aware that the charging aspect of the iTrip may not work with it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Clifford W. Stark on December 19, 2009
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Based on my research I found that this was supposed to be the best FM transmitter so I purchased it for our 6 hour Thanksgiving Day trip. It worked very well and I would recommend it to anyone.

I have an XM radio receiver in my truck which works the same way, it transmits an FM signal for my radio to receive. Inevitably when traveling I will need to change the radio frequency due to interference. This Griffin was no different, it's the nature of the beast and I expected it. However I found it super easy to find a new station. Just push the button on the Griffin and it tells you which station to tune your radio to. I wish my XM radio did that so i wouldn't have to search for an available station.

I will say that it's not as strong a transmitter as my XM radio and that I had to change stations more often but that is completely understandable. After all it is a much smaller device and nothing connects to your vehicles antenna like with the XM radio.

In closing I would say that I really enjoyed using this device to listen to audio books on our long trip. This is really a quality device.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Joel Castellanos on August 7, 2009
This FM Transmitter is really good although, most transmitters are not that great due to the low frequency. Keep in mind when you purchase this type of transmitter you are getting a low frequency transmitter. This one works quite well snd scans pretty ok when it begins to get static. Another good thing is that you can also choose channels manually so you are not stuck to just choosing from a few stations (like previous transmitters I have purchased). Overall, for what it is this transmitter is one of the best you will find for your everyday MP3's. For I-Phone & I-Pod stick to products made specifically... and...oh yeah...read the reviews;-)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By W.T, G. on November 24, 2010
First there is a review in here about how to go to international mode you need to read that but basicly hold the select button down for like 15 seconds. But read that more it tells you how!!!!

Ok for those of ya'll who want the clearity of the international mode but the ability for it not to turn off of the US mode when listening to a book do the following.
1) Switch to international mode and change to channel 87.7
2)Switch radio to 87.7 and make sure you can hear it clearly.
3)Then switch back to US mode and do not touch anything else at all.

The transmitter will say us mode and 107.9 but it will still be trasmitting to 87.7. Plus since it is in US mode it will not turn off. Best of both worlds. Hope this helps all ya'll out there.

Once you do these things you will have great sound and a great setup. Let me know if it works with 87.9. I don't know I am not going to mess with mine anymore now that I can listen to books on road trips.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By MikeD on February 20, 2010
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Had to tune radio into the 87 frequencies and change itrip to Int'l mode. Press and hold both buttons down at the same time to select mode and allow tuning below 88.1. Perfect sound, no static.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Adrian Merrington on March 4, 2009
I've had a number of these fm transmitters. I had the first one Griffin released for the early iPods. I had a Transpod for the iPod Video. All worked very well. Easy plug and play. Never a problem.

I bought an iPod Touch and tried one of the docking units from Transpod. It didn't allow you to play video whilst plugged in. It also died after 24 hours so I returned it.

I bought one of these (much less expensive) Griffins as a replacement and it works great. I can set it up so my son can watch video whilst I'm driving. The sound quality is very good.

I've driven through cities with it and country and no problem. It's signal is powerful enough to drown out most local stations if I stray into an area where there's conflict. I've heard some newer models had to tone down the transmitter strength. This one doesn't seem toned down. I can use all of the stations without problem.

Design could earn it another star as the cables are a little long and having the transmitter in the middle is not the most convenient. But that's nit-picking. I can't see a real reason not to buy this. I see there's a white version around for less $$$ so that might be a better buy for the frugal.
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