Help! I'm new to iPods, is there a wireless iTrip for me and my 4th gen 64GB Touch??

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  1. kspcharlie

    kspcharlie New Member

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    I need a wireless (I hate cords) iTrip for my upcoming rode trip. This 4th gen 64GB Touch is the first Apple product I've ever owned, so I know nothing about what will work with what! We'll already be a truck full of cowgirls and I don't want any cords to get tangled up in!
    Thanks!
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    what is iTrip?!?!?
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    It's a peripheral that sends what you iPod is playing over an FM band so you can use speakers wirelessly. Come on. Google it.
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    This?

    I got it a year ago.. It work on my 4G but I have to reboot it almost every time I try to use it

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    Thanks guys, I tried my brother's wireless iTrip that he uses with his 2nd generation iPod, and it worked just fine. Now I just need to figure out if plugging into the iTrip's mini USB with a power cord actually CHARGE my iPod while we're on the road. Any thoughts? Thanks!

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