FM transmitter for iPhone iPod

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#2
Yeah, I use my roadtrip sometimes and the iTrip both work. It will scare you at first because it says this device may not be compatible. If you put it in airplane mode, no static and crap. The weird cellphone noise you get though speakers, if you decide to not put it in airplane mode. Most likely will be dissatisfied. Start playing a song and it will pick it up and work.:cool:

NOTE: It will drain battery a bit quicker. And
 

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#3
Yeah, I use my roadtrip sometimes and the iTrip both work. It will scare you at first because it says this device may not be compatible. If you put it in airplane mode, no static and crap. The weird cellphone noise you get though speakers, if you decide to not put it in airplane mode. Most likely will be dissatisfied. Start playing a song and it will pick it up and work.:cool:

NOTE: It will drain battery a bit quicker. And
I don't know what a Roadtrip is, but I have the iTrip and I don't see how it could work. It has the input for the headphone jack but it also has another input for power and I don't know where that would go on the iPhone.