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Griffin 10008-SNSATA iTrip Auto FM Transmitter and Car Charger for Sansa (NOT Compatible with Apple products)
|Price:||$9.95 + $4.99 shipping|
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- Listen to your Sansa's music on your car's FM receiver
- Gets its power from your car's 12-volt accessory port
- Backlit LCD for easy visibility during setup
- Plays on the full spectrum of FM frequencies (87.9 to 107.9 MHz)
- Compatibility: Sansa C200, Sansa E200
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Trip turns your Sansa into a mini FM radio broadcaster and sends your music from your Sansa to your car's FM radio, so you can listen while you ride.
Listen to your Sansa's music on your car's FM receiver with the Griffin 9202-SNSATA iTrip Auto FM Transmitter and Car Charger. Powered by your car's 12-volt accessory port, this receiver features a backlit LCD for clear visibility during setup. It also plays on the full spectrum of FM frequencies (87.9 to 107.9 MHz), has an operating range of 10 to 30 feet, and is compatible with Sansa C200 and Sansa E200.
The iTrip works by sending the music on your Sansa to your car's FM radio, so you can listen to exactly the music you want when you're traveling in the car. Additionally, the iTrip Auto charges your Sansa on the go, so you can enjoy great music while you're driving, and then arrive at your destination with a fully charged player. Great for road trips, this compact transmitter has a 33-inch cord and is backed by a limited one-year warranty.
Top customer reviews
2nd...Amazon (whom I generally love) can you fix your search engine so when I ask for a transmitter charger for my iPOD, this is not the first one that pops up?
I do not know if the one I had for several years (excellent product) was a specific to product or not, but it is identical to this new one that says do not use..it worked great.
Also, confused about this sticker that was slapped over another sticker on the box....the one underneath I believe says incompatible, but the sticker covering it ends with (Iphone/Ipod....if no change in compatibility, why add a second sticker that says the same as the first sticker, that says what the box says.
The one I had for years prior though, worked great, rural and in city (just needed to find a empty air space when downtown to kill competing transmissions). So, good product overall...
all in all it was a great deal, for only around 15 bucks I was able to buy two of these, which one was for a backup in the event the first one didn't hold up. otherwise it was or would be time to buy a whole new mp3 player.... or some other device out nowadays to play mp3's with. my cd player burnt up after using it for five years continuously on the freeways for my last job in field service where I would be running from one location to another all over southern california, and being the cd player was factory, and a major pain in the you know, to replace or repair, I invested in a Sansa mp3 player 8 gig , which has worked fine for the last five years. this cable and transmitter by the way will play and charge at the same time, so while your playing and driving you are also charging the player. and will probably never have to worry about it being dead when you want to use it if you leave it in your car for a length of time.... or use it without power connected for a while, and if it is dead, just plug it in to your power outlet, and turn on the Sansa player and start listening to your tunes. hope this helps, I am a real user of this product... and was really amazed I could find it for so little compared to the place I bought my first one for 7 times the price... took a few days to receive, but works fine so fine, like the first one did. and with the back up , in case I need it in the future was a good idea, since by then it won't probably be around and would have to chuck my mp3 player at that time.
The only thing I don't like is that it does not auto pause or auto shutoff when power to the transmitter is disconnected. This would be a huge feature, but I don't think it's because of the transmitter, but rather the Sansa OS not having this feature in it's firmware.
Pros: Strong transmitter, lcd digital display with backlight, can choose the full range of stations, less than $15.
Cons: Sansa will not auto shutoff or auto pause when power is interrupted (but this might be on Sansa's end, not the iTrip)
If you have a Sansa, and don't have other means of playing portable music in your automobile, then look no further.