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itrip

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Griffin iTrip FM Transmitter adds Aha by Harman integration

Aha users can now control their Griffin iTrip hardware from within the audio-streaming application.

By Jan. 7, 2013

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Griffin iTrip Universal

The Griffin iTrip Universal isn't ideal as an in-car transmitter, but its USB power and small size make it well-suited for use around the home.

By Aug. 29, 2008

2.5 stars Editor's rating Aug. 29, 2008
Editors' Take

Griffin iTrip

Griffin's iTrip Auto is well designed and easy on the eyes, but it fails to outperform the DLO TransPod, our current favorite FM transmitter for the Apple iPod.

By Jan. 26, 2006

Review

Griffin iTrip Auto SmartScan

The Griffin iTrip Auto can only bring distraction and eye strain. Last year's more useable model can be found for half the price.

By Nov. 29, 2007

2 stars Editor's rating Nov. 29, 2007
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Griffin iTrip Pocket

The Griffin iTrip Pocket wins points for its supersmall and stylish design, but its weak FM transmission can't hold water in urban areas.

By Jun. 13, 2007

2.5 stars Editor's rating Jun. 13, 2007
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Griffin Technology iTrip PSP

If you want to bulk up the sound of your PSP without running cables to your stereo or a set of powered speakers, Griffin's iTrip for PSP is a nice--though slightly pricey--solution.

By Apr. 5, 2006

3 stars Editor's rating Apr. 5, 2006
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Griffin iTrip Universal does FM with USB

CNET's Donald Bell offers his review of the Griffin iTrip Universal rechargeable FM transmitter.

By Sep. 3, 2008

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Griffin iTrip StationFinder (iPhone App)

Find available frequencies on the FM dial wherever you are with this iPhone app.

By Jul. 23, 2007

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Griffin Technology iTrip PSP

If you want to bulk up the sound of your PSP without running cables to your stereo or a set of powered speakers, Griffin's iTrip for PSP is a nice--though slightly pricey--solution.

May. 21, 2008

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Crave Talk: iTrip and the fall of the Empire

Congratulations! Your iTrip is no longer a threat to Her Britannic Majesty's dreadnoughts, and you will shortly be able to operate it as a wireless telegraphy station without fear of two years hard labour at said monarch's pleasure

By Jul. 18, 2006