If the Itrip is one of those FM transmitters then from what i hear you can legally buy one. I think i heard that the law was the it should only transmit a distance of 3m max radius.They are working on laws to legalise it if it already has not been done.
There are no instances of anyone being convicted for the use of such devices.
As such they are sold in stores and are legal to use in Europe. So while they may be technically illegal in this country at this moment - it should be safe to use from what I have read.
Itrips are cheap versions of the Belkin Tunecast V2 which is what i use for my zuneIf the Itrip is one of those FM transmitters then from what i hear you can legally buy one. I think i heard that the law was the it should only transmit a distance of 3m max radius.
yea i get this problem sometimes...best to find a frequency that is not being used and tune into that one!I have an itrip...I think it's useless..I can never get a good quality sound from it.
Apparently depends on your location. If you have many radio stations in your area you may have trouble with them interferring.
I will eventually go back to cable when i fit my old cd player in to my car...it have a aux port for a jack cable..but ill need to run that down the back of the whole heater/cd/ashtray holder thingymebob! lolyes, I lost interest after retuning for the 100th time when driving around locally. Much easier with a old fashioned cable
yea the belkins are really good excepy mine has been playing up lately...turns off once and a while for no reason...its plugged into the 12v supply...I've just bought a Belkin Tunecast, and I'm pleasantly surprised by the quality. Living in a rural area probably helps, though.
I'd prefer a wired solution, but I've got a company car.