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Old 11-08-2007, 04:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have any experience using this item, or can recommend another with the same features?

Griffin - iTrip Auto Universal Plus FM Transmitter and Charger - 7259-TRIPU

The added feature that looks nice is the USB port available for charging via USB.

I would be using this on my 8310.
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Wondering the same thing, and preferably a cheaper one with a miniusb port built in. Thanks.
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This item also peaked my interest. This one uses Bluetooth to get audio from the BB. It has a built-in microphone to allow for handsfree talk.

Bluetooth Handsfree Fm Transmitter for Car Stereo (A2DP Compatible) | Satechi - Bluetooth Handsfree Fm Transmitter for Car Stereo (A2DP Compatible)
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I have had experience with a PPC/Cell and using an FM transmitter and charging at the same time. The transmitter get interference from the charger so all you here is static. I don't know if this will give the same interference or not.
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