#157211 - 04/10/0404:07 AMRe: Using an iPod in the car (UK)
I had a iTrip, the thing generally sucks. I gave up trying to use it. If you are deteremined to use the iPod in your car get a cassette adapter to play it through or see if you can hook an RCA type cable to the unit. If you have a Becker FM/CD unit in the car (like my Porsche has for instance), you can get a conversion kit for about $10 that lets you hookup an RCA cable like that. Otherwise, the cassette adapter is probably your best bet. The total uselessness of the iTrip has turned me off forever on anything from Griffin. In addition they always hype their new products and then delay getting them to market for months and months. <br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by mikeb_X on 04/10/04 07:10 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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