trouble with the itrips

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  1. f1n3

    f1n3 New Member

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    am i the only one whos been having probs with the itrips?

    It does not recognize it for some reason n if i want to get it to work i have to turn it off, plug it in n then turn thr ipot back on.
  2. iTyler

    iTyler New Member

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    what's itrips ?
  3. thomashayes

    thomashayes New Member

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    iTrip is an FM transmitter for the iPod range. They connect through the dock connector.

    I don't think *any* of them are compatible with the Touch yet, going on what I've read.
  4. bradisonn

    bradisonn New Member

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    according to the compatibility list the monster fm transmitter should work
  5. f1n3

    f1n3 New Member

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    This is the one Ive been using...

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    I had it obviously from my nano and it does work on the touch it just has problems sometimes.

    I have to turn the ipot off, then plug in the itrip, n then turn the ipot on. n then it works...

    When i plug it in while the ipot is on a screen comes up saying device attached or something like that but it wont play music and wont even let me go to the music screen.

    I was wondering if this was only a problem with mine or other ppls also.
  6. dvlscoupe2000

    dvlscoupe2000 New Member

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    My belkin transmitter works perfectly.

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