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81. Monster Cable iCarPlay iPod Cassette
$32.94 $27.90 list($59.99)
82. Belkin Voice Recorder for iPod
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83. Speck Products 4G FlipStand Clear
$24.94 $18.98 list($39.99)
84. Belkin TuneCast Portable Music
$29.99 $20.21
85. DLO Action Jacket in Black for
$13.49 list()
86. Speck Products SkinTight Blue
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87. Monster Cable iCharger iPod Auto
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88. Sony DCC-FMT1 Car FM Transmitter
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89. Speck Products SkinTight Pink
$29.99 $20.08
90. DLO Action Jacket for iPod Mini
$13.99 $8.95 list()
91. Macally PodDuo iPod Speaker and
$17.99 $12.95 list($19.99)
92. Macally PODIO Retractable Head
$29.99 $20.21
93. DLO PodFolio Leather iPod Jacket
$13.49 list()
94. Speck Products SkinTight Lime
$21.54 $18.95 list()
95. Speck Products SkinTight iPod
$15.00
96. Apple iPod Carrying Case with
$29.99 $18.17
97. DLO Jam Jacket Pro for iPod Mini,
$60.99 $49.88 list($69.00)
98. Macally PODPRO Professional Head
$108.99 $74.99 list()
99. Griffin Technology PowerWave USB
$15.03 $12.69 list()
100. Speck Products IS-1001 iPod Skin

81. Monster Cable iCarPlay iPod Cassette Adapter (AI CAS-ADPT)
by Monster Cable
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B0001MQURE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Monster Cable
Sales Rank: 1722
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Features

  • Pops right into your car's cassette deck to play music from your iPod
  • Spring-loaded cassette head helps maintain contact with cassette player's head for clear sound
  • 40 inch cord so you can rest your iPod where you want it
  • 24k gold-plated contacts resist corrosion for maximum signal transfer
  • Plugs right into your iPod

82. Belkin Voice Recorder for iPod (F8E462)
by Belkin Components
list price: $59.99
our price: $32.94
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Asin: B0000TNWU6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 4641
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Records personal memos, notes, and interviews easily, on the go
  • Features 16mm speaker for quick playback
  • Requires no software installation, with Plug-and-Play technology; support I already built into the iPOD
  • High quality, omnidirectional microphone
  • Works with iPOD software version 2.1 or later

Reviews (13)

2-0 out of 5 stars OK when it works, but is as reliable as a Chairman Mao watch
Although I experienced problems, I made several recordings that I am happy with before the Belkin iPod Voice Recorder finally broke. Along the way, however, it caused my iPod to freeze, necessitating frequent restarts. One particularly frustrating problem was it occasionally seemed to record fine while actually failing to record anything. Again, only a restart would solve this problem. Of course those problems might be software issues that Apple is responsible for. Nevertheless, Belkin are to blame for the worst problem of all. Finally, I had it attached to my iPod in my pocket, and when I took it out the voice recorder had broken off at the microphone plug. It is so fragile it can break just by simply inserting or removing it from an iPod. It seems Belkin are aware of how fragile it is since they include a protective plastic cover. But that's really a poor solution. The plastic cover only protects it when it's unplugged. And there's no reason it has to be so fragile to begin with. Ironically, since I was in China when it broke, I can't help but think the Belkin iPod Voice Recorder is like one of those cheap Chairman Mao watches that stops working soon after you buy it.

1-0 out of 5 stars one and a half stars maybe, but no such rating =p
Let's go through the few pros before discussing the cons:
•It's small.
•It's an ergonomically sound shape, all things considered.
•It has a microphone.
•You can record to your iPod directly.
•I got it for really cheap.
•Useful when it works.
•Does not mess up on long recordings(22 minutes I have done without breaking a sweat, i.e. having to reset the 'pod).

Cons:
•Picks up a significant amount of sound when the iPod's hard disk spins. (Inevitable, but a bother.)
•Very low definition/low quality recordings.
•Freezes the iPod constantly, requiring a reset.
•Occasionally the iPod must be reset for it to turn on after using the recorder.
•High MSRP/SRP for what you get.
•Records to WAV.
•Distorted recording if it is sitting on my desk and I talk loudly into it(about two feet away).
•Does not do well with background noise(it picks up all of it and sounds terrible).
•Belkin cannot justify it being a bad quality device(phone support tells me that the only stipulation of the device is that it requires iPod firmware 2.1 or higher).
•Sometimes does not record.
•Sometimes says it's recording but actually isn't.
•Sometimes illuminates recording light when it isn't actually recording.

Okay, so WAV format I can deal with, but crappy recording quality I cannot deal with. Belkin, you have failed. Maybe it's just that it's difficult to make a functional, integrated voice recorder that's good quality... for the iPod. I don't hear great raves about the iTalk by Griffin, so maybe this is the case.

1-0 out of 5 stars Definitely NOT worth it.
I bought this to use for recordings of my chorus rehearsal.
It froze the iPod.
It lacks the most basic automatic gain control, and clip-distorts anything above a quiet speaking voice.
Alas, I had it longer than 30 days to before I could fully test it.

Some useful lore, if you're one of the unfortunate souls stuck with this device:
Put a piece of cellophane tape over the condenser mike hole (not the speaker holes, the microphone hole.) That attenuates the sound so it's actually useful.

While you're using the device, keep poking at the menus so the iPod NEVER goes to sleep. That seems to prevent the hangups.

Belkin, if you're listening, this device is crap.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money
Drains battery life too quickly. Jams up the iPod too easily. When recording live music you end up with nothing but white noise. Worthless to me. I'm waiting to see how the Griffin voice recorder does when it comes out in April 04.

1-0 out of 5 stars Hardly Worth It
I needed this device to record myself speaking/preaching to small and large groups, mic'd and un-mic'd. I wanted to use it as my personal timer (luminated display the whole time)and to archive my sermons. I was also hoping the quality would be good ENOUGH (knew it wouldn't be great) to distribute the sound file on the web or on CD. As one other reviewer pointed it, IT'S TOO SENSITIVE! My own, natural speaking voice, un-mic'd to a group of 50 people was too much. Almost every sentence peaks out and gets distorted. Very disappointing. Too bad there isn't a way to control the input level. I didn't even bother using it when I was in a large room, full of 500, using a lapel microphone.

The other problem is that it doesn't seem to be totally compatible with the iPod's (3rd Gen.) firmware. It continually freezes, and so I had to play with it 5 minutes before, knowing it would hang up, hard-re-boot, then have it ready to hit record after I knew it would work.

Hardly worth it. ... Read more


83. Speck Products 4G FlipStand Clear iPod Hard Case (4G-FS01)
by E.B. Carlson Marketing Inc.
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B0002XN3WM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: E.B. Carlson Marketing Inc.
Sales Rank: 1861
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Features

  • See-through plastic case for protection of 4th-generation iPods
  • Durable plastic protects against dust and knocks
  • Quick and easy access to scroll wheel
  • Case doubles as stand; includes attached belt clip
  • Fits both 20 and 40 GB iPods; compatible with HP and Apple 4G models

84. Belkin TuneCast Portable Music FM Transmitter (F8V367-APL)
by Belkin Components
list price: $39.99
our price: $24.94
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Asin: B00008SB1D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 1569
Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ultralight for portability
  • High-clarity, full-stereo sound
  • Power light and LED indicator
  • Compact cable management
  • Operating Range: 10-30 feet (a distance of 10 feet or less will minimize interference and provide the strongest signal)

Reviews (75)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good if it works in your situation.
I was hesitant to buy the TuneCast based on some of the other reviews, but I thought I'd give it a shot with the new Nomad Zen Xtra MP3 player I picked up. I was pleasantly surprised. The unit gives you four frequencies to choose from, and luckily, one of them was clear in my area (DC metro). The signal came through loud and clear on my car stereo. It's not CD quality sound, but it sounds as good what my old cassette adapter provided. It works fine with my home stereo, too, but a direct line-in connection sounds better. It's worth a shot if you want an easy connection for your car stereo and have open frequencies in the 88.1-88.7 range. Just get rechargeable batteries!

3-0 out of 5 stars iPod radio: a versatile, low cost, low-tech solution
The Belkin Tunecast is basically a small radio transmitter that plugs into the headphone jack of your iPod. The Tunecast transmits the music from your iPod to one of four selectable frequencies, which you can then listen to by simply tuning your home or car stereo to said frequency.

The most obvious advantage of this little device is the ability to use it anywhere there's a radio. Say you wanted to play your songs on your friend's stereo, or in your friend's car, or on a boombox at the beach: it's practically effortless with the Tunecast. And it's cheap, to boot.

Of course, what you gain in ease of use compared to, say, a direct line into your home or car stereo, you lose in sound quality. The sound is basically FM radio-quailty, with a noticible hiss in the background. Now, it's still more than listenable, and most of the time the music drowns out the hiss, but audiophiles in search of crystal-clear sound quality should look elsewhere (although they probably already know that).

Overall, I would recommend it simply because of its low price and versatility.

4-0 out of 5 stars i like it
I wasnt sure which transmitter to buy so that I could use my ipod in my car. I just bought this one to try it out and I like it. I think it works very well and its easy to use. Some times I get a little bit of static but its not a really big issue. I would recommend this transmitter for the price and quality.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bought from Wal-mart
Bought from wal-mart under $20. Works great with my MP3 and copmuter because I am listening on my BOSE 12 lifestyle. Also on my chevy venture. I got almost one of my friend by fooling that INDIA's SONG palying on FM 88.1 while I was tranfering from my MP3 to FM. He checked his CAR and aprtment radio and call next door neghbour to check INDIAIN song on FM. They all checked and they believed me.........

After 10 minutes of playing RADIO FM I told truth and guess what
EVERYBODY using this FM trnasmitter. One using his for laptop, other using from MP3, another using for DVD palyer audio in his expedition...........

100% satisfied all. Buy without worry.

1-0 out of 5 stars It's Awful
I'm a gadgeteer. I play with all kinds of digital and electronics equipment. I'm an amateur radio operator, I write web pages, I run a large corporate network but I can't make this work satisfactorily. I have to agree with Joel's review. While the concept is solid, this unit just does not provide clear audio. I've got it plugged in to my computer right now and can't get a clear signal from any radio in the vacinity. Moving the TuneCast causes alternating static. Just don't buy this, find a better device to do this task. ... Read more


85. DLO Action Jacket in Black for 4G iPod and iPod+HP
by Digital Lifestyle Outfitters
list price: $29.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0002ZKGS4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Digital Lifestyle Outfitters
Sales Rank: 3426
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Features

  • High Quality Neoprene Construction
  • Two carrying options - swivel belt clip and arm band
  • Play-through design allows access to all of iPods controls while iPod is in the case
  • Clear vinyl screen protector
  • Opening at bottom for iPod dock connector

86. Speck Products SkinTight Blue Mini iPod Skin (IM-ST1B)
by Speck Products

our price: $13.49
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Asin: B0001HAFB6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Speck Products
Sales Rank: 3826
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Amazon.com Product Description

Speck Products' Mini SkinTight iPod skin protects your iPod mini from scratches and bumps, so you can enjoy your favorite music on the move without damaging your music player. iPod skins are made of odor-free Dynaflex, a strong, soft, rubbery polymer that feels comfortable and secure in the hand. In addition, the skin preserves the mini's most notable feature--its diminutive size--unlike much of the clunky competition. To apply, simply stretch the skin over your iPod mini from the skin's bottom opening. Listeners can easily access the headphone jack, FireWire port, and hold switch thanks to the skin's multiple cutouts. The Mini SkinTight also comes with a removable lanyard (strap) that lets you wear your iPod mini around your neck. This particular skin is colored blue, though Speck Products also sells clear, gold, lime, and pink skins.

What's in the Box
One blue skin, lanyard, data sheet. ... Read more

Features

  • Flexible iPod skin cover designed for iPod mini
  • Protects iPod mini from dust, scratches, and bumps
  • Made of shock-absorbing, odor-free Dynaflex plastic
  • Multiple cutouts offer access to headphone, FireWire port, and hold switch
  • Comes with removable neck lanyard; translucent blue color

87. Monster Cable iCharger iPod Auto Charger (126998)
by Monster Cable

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Asin: B0000918U2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Monster Cable
Sales Rank: 2424
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Exclusive Smart Digital Charger technology ensures fast, accurate charges and maximizes battery life
  • Unique, innovative flush-mount design for a compact appearance
  • 3-stage LED charge indicator light lets you know charging stage status
  • 24k gold contracts for optimum power transfer and corrosion resistance
  • Includes convenient 10-foot cord

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great charger for Origional Ipod
I just love this charger for my 20G origional Ipod. It looks great, and is super compact which I love. It is intended for the origional Ipod, but there is also an adaptor avalable from another company to use it with the new style. The cord is great, its 10 foot length is extremly compact due to a tight coil. The intelegent charging is a good feature, and the lights on the charger to tell its state are very useful. The charger also looks GREAT compared to others. I reccommend this product 100%.

3-0 out of 5 stars Beware of incompatabilities.
It works just fine with the original, Firewire iPod, but not at all on the newer iPods. ... Read more


88. Sony DCC-FMT1 Car FM Transmitter for Portable Audio Devices
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0002T3UR4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 7186
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Finally... you can hook up your Walkman to the car stereo. The DCC-FMT1 lets you listen to portable audio devices through your FM radio. It conveniently plugs into your cigarette lighter socket (12V or 24V DC car battery), and the flexible transmitting antenna creates a stable FM radio wave that can be dialed up on 12 different radio frequencies. Take your tunes on the road with the DCC-FMT1. ... Read more

Features

  • Flexible 9.8-foot FM antenna transmits to 12 FM frequencies
  • Audio transmitter plays a portable audio device through your car's FM radio
  • Ideal for CD Walkmans or MP3 players
  • Digital tuning ensures cleaner signal with less static
  • 3.9-foot cord plugs into most cigarette lighter sockets

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Crapola
I bought this transmitter along with the new 20 gig Sony mp3 player.It took me almost 45 minutes to get it working.Also, every time my cell phone started picking up a call, it would fuzz out the sound on the stereo.I also noticed the sound fuzzing out whenever I drove past an intersection with photo-radar.

1-0 out of 5 stars This is made by Sony?!
Looking for an FM transmitter to connect a MP3 player that I was giving as a gift to my wife, I found this Sony.I've had great experiences with Sony products, so it seemed like this was a no brainer.

This is a piece of junk.With the antenna completely extended right next to the car antenna, I barely heard anything with the volume at maximum.For many of the frequencies I did not hear anything.This was sitting in my driveway, on the road it would have been drowned out by the noise.Don't bother with this product. ... Read more


89. Speck Products SkinTight Pink Mini iPod Skin (IM-ST1P)
by Speck Products

our price: $13.49
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Asin: B0001HAFCA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Speck Products
Sales Rank: 858
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Amazon.com Product Description

Speck Products' Mini SkinTight iPod skin protects your iPod mini from scratches and bumps, so you can enjoy your favorite music on the move without damaging your music player. iPod skins are made of odor-free Dynaflex, a strong, soft, rubbery polymer that feels comfortable and secure in the hand. In addition, the skin preserves the mini's most notable feature--its diminutive size--unlike much of the clunky competition. To apply, simply stretch the skin over your iPod mini from the skin's bottom opening. Listeners can easily access the headphone jack, FireWire port, and hold switch thanks to the skin's multiple cutouts. The Mini SkinTight also comes with a removable lanyard (strap) that lets you wear your iPod mini around your neck. This particular skin is colored pink, though Speck Products also sells clear, blue, gold, and lime skins.

What's in the Box
One pink skin, lanyard, data sheet. ... Read more

Features

  • Flexible iPod skin cover designed for iPod mini
  • Protects iPod mini from dust, scratches, and bumps
  • Made of shock-absorbing, odor-free Dynaflex plastic
  • Multiple cutouts offer access to headphone, FireWire port, and hold switch
  • Includes 1 clear, 1 green, and 1 blue skin and single lanyard (strap)

90. DLO Action Jacket for iPod Mini in Black
by Digital Lifestyle Outfitters
list price: $29.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0001MQ272
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Digital Lifestyle Outfitters
Sales Rank: 4360
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Features

  • High Quality Neoprene Construction
  • Two carrying options - swivel belt clip and arm band
  • Play-through design allows access to all of iPods controls while iPod is in the case
  • Built-in Screen Protector
  • Opening at bottom for iPod dock connector

91. Macally PodDuo iPod Speaker and Headphone T-splitter
by Mace Group, Inc.

our price: $13.99
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Asin: B00065XSWG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Mace Group, Inc.
Sales Rank: 5569
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Amazon.com Product Description

The PodDuo is designed to connect two mini-stereo headphones or speakers to the same jack on your iPod, portable cassette, CD or MP3 player. Now you can share the music on your iPod like two people sipping a drink with their own straw. Or, you can connect two powered speaker systems to a single iPod. The t-shaped adapter features a single male 3.5 mm headphone adapter and two female 3.5 mm jacks. At .4 ounces, the PodDuo is a virtually weightless addition to your iPod accessory kit.

What's in the Box
PodDuo t-adapter, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Connect two mini-stereo headphones or speakers to the same jack on your iPod
  • 3.5mm male to two 3.5mm female adaptors
  • Allows multiple users to share and enjoy the same iPod
  • Works with iPod, iPod Mini or audio players with a 3.5mm headphone jack

92. Macally PODIO Retractable Head Set for iPod
by Macally
list price: $19.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B000086TK5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Macally
Sales Rank: 4586
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Amazon.com Product Description

Accentuate your iPod or other portable audio or AV device with this set of stylish, compact earbud headphones from Macally. Finished in ice white and engineered for deep bass response and wide dynamic range, the earbuds retract into the supplied protective shell for easy transport. The tangle-free cable is made from oxygen-free copper (OFC) for the greatest-possible signal conductivity.

What's in the Box
Earbud headphones, a carry case with belt clip, and a data sheet. ... Read more

Features

  • Can be connected directly to iPod, personal stereos,CD players, DAT recorders, hi-fi systems and computers
  • Retractable tangle free cable for easy storage
  • Convenient belt clip
  • Dual-sided highly conductive OFC copper cable
  • Wide dynamic range, Excellent bass response

93. DLO PodFolio Leather iPod Jacket for 4G iPod and iPod+HP
by Digital Lifestyle Outfitters
list price: $29.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0002Z5YO0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Digital Lifestyle Outfitters
Sales Rank: 2113
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Features

  • Fine Calfskin Leather
  • Designed with a money-style belt clip
  • Play-through design allows access to all of iPods controls while iPod is in the case
  • Built-in Screen Protector
  • Opening at bottom for iPod dock connector

94. Speck Products SkinTight Lime Mini iPod Skin (IM-ST1N)
by Speck Products

our price: $13.49
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Asin: B0001HAFC0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Speck Products
Sales Rank: 3242
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Amazon.com Product Description

Speck Products' Mini SkinTight iPod skin protects your iPod mini from scratches and bumps, so you can enjoy your favorite music on the move without damaging your music player. iPod skins are made of odor-free Dynaflex, a strong, soft, rubbery polymer that feels comfortable and secure in the hand. In addition, the skin preserves the mini's most notable feature--its diminutive size--unlike much of the clunky competition. To apply, simply stretch the skin over your iPod mini from the skin's bottom opening. Listeners can easily access the headphone jack, FireWire port, and hold switch thanks to the skin's multiple cutouts. The Mini SkinTight also comes with a removable lanyard (strap) that lets you wear your iPod mini around your neck. This particular skin is colored lime, though Speck Products also sells clear, blue, gold, and pink skins.

What's in the Box
One lime skin, lanyard, data sheet. ... Read more

Features

  • Flexible iPod skin cover designed for iPod mini
  • Protects iPod mini from dust, scratches, and bumps
  • Made of shock-absorbing, odor-free Dynaflex plastic
  • Multiple cutouts offer access to headphone, FireWire port, and hold switch
  • Comes with removable neck lanyard; translucent lime color

95. Speck Products SkinTight iPod Skin 3-Pack (IS-1003)
by Speck Products

our price: $21.54
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Asin: B0000AZJVO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Speck Products
Sales Rank: 1448
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Each Speck Products' 3G SkinTight iPod skin protects a user's 3G iPod against dust, knocks, and scratches, letting users enjoy their favorite music while on the move. iPod skins are made of shock-absorbing, tear-resistant Kraton plastic, which is easy to apply and lasts for years. In addition, the bottom flaps pivot open, so you can dock your iPods without removing them from the case. To apply, simply stretch the elastomer skin over your iPod from the skin's bottom opening or the scroll wheel cutout. This triple pack comes with one cobalt blue skin, one frosted clear skin, and one lime-colored skin, each of which fits the 10, 15, 20, 30, and 40 GB third-generation (3G) iPod models. ... Read more

Features

  • Triple pack of flexible iPod skin covers designed for 3G iPods
  • Protects iPod from dust, knocks, and scratches
  • Made of shock-absorbing, tear-resistant Kraton plastic
  • Bottom flap pivots open for iPod docking
  • Includes 1 cobalt blue, 1 frosted clear, and 1 lime-colored skin

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars No major complaints, just a couple of minor ones
I bought this skin for the sole purpose of preventing major scratches on the outside of my ipod, as it develops them quickly and they are not attractive. I also wanted an extra buffer between the ipod when it is in, say, a bookbag or purse. This skin is perfect for those purposes, as I took it on a two week trip where it spent most of the time in the bottom of my daybag or on my lap sitting in planes, buses, and trains. No major damage inflicted (yay!). I had no huge complaints, and have even decided to try to take it in the car, where it sits comfortably on the passenger seat WITHOUT SLIDING OFF when I have to make a sharp turn or sudden stop. The gripping ability is a perk for klutzes anywhere, as it is harder to drop. My only real complaints were that the buttons were harder to push with the skin on, and that when on, the ipod will not fit in my front jeans pocket, although that might be just from lack of trying. Overall, it is a good product, and I would recommend it for basic ipod protection.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good
This ipod case is nice... having said that I have a few editorial comments.
Negatives
1. The Case doesn't protect the ipod screen, something I am constantly scared about when the ipod and its case are in my pocket.
2. The case adds bulk to ipod
3.The buttons are harder to push, not too bad though.
Positive
1.OVERALL protection is given to my ipod (dropping the ipod has been absorbed by the mushyness of the case.
2.I can just set this on a surface in my car and IT WONT SLIP!!!

This Ipod skin is very useful for covering my ipod and protecting the body of it. Unfortunately I am still scared about the screen of my precious $318.57 (yes I still remember exactly how muhc it cost) GEM. I love this music cube, and this case gives my gem some protection!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, basic protection
Is there a better option for you than the Speck Products iPod Skin? Perhaps. Consider where/how you'll be using your iPod, and what features you'll need, and go from there.

This product offers basic protection for your expensive gem, however. If you'll be dropping it in a pocket, tossing it in and out of purse, or laying it in a cupholder or on a desk, you'll probably want an extra barrier to prevent scuffing and small scratches. This product will do that. The folding flap on the bottom will allow you to dock your iPod while in the skin, and all buttons are accessible.

Getting your iPod into the skin may be a little tricky, as it fits quite snugly. If you've ever worn a wetsuit, you're familiar with the wriggling necessary to get the skin on your iPod.

An unexpected benefit--because of the tactile rubber, I had more difficulty getting my iPod out of my pants pocket, as the rubber would tend to grip the pocket. I appreciate this, as there's much less chance that the unit will zoom out if I lean back in a movie seat, for instance.

2-0 out of 5 stars False Sense of Security
Now that I have had to realize that my iPod needs to be protected from me, I've started a quest for improving the machine's over-all durability. The case supplied by Apple has some design oversights. While it protects the surfaces of the device, it has no lateral strength. And its grasp on the iPod weakens over time. I'm not an iPod holster type anyway, but I wouldn't trust the Apple cases ability to hold under jostling.

Speck's iPod Skins were my first look at an aftermarket case, and an extreme disappointment. It took 10 minutes to figure out how to get the iPod into the skin without inflicting major damage. The fit is too tight, and, obviously, lubrication is a no-no (what you do is turn the skin inside out and then force it down the iPod). Once installed several other issues arise.

First of all it offers no protection for the iPod window. Pop the player in your pocket with your key chain, and you may as well have been using no protection at all. You also will need fingers no more than 5/8" in diameter. For some reason the Skin was designed with no taper onto the controls. This results in a lot of poking and growling if you are the least bit klutzy. Finally, there is no lateral support, leaving the iPod just as susceptible to frontal pressure as does the Apple case.

In the end, the only reason I could come up with to justify owning an iPod skin is that they look cool in the package. Research reveals that there are many better case options for the iPod, suitable for runners, walkers, workers, and pontificators. Avoid halfway measures and shop around until you find something perfect for your lifestyle. ... Read more


96. Apple iPod Carrying Case with Belt Clip (M9129G/A)
by Apple Computer

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Asin: B00009KO2J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 2435
Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars Sleek, but not practical nor cheap
I think the Apple case is great if you want only a sleek genuine Apple case to hide your precious Ipod. On the other hand, The case itself is very impractical and doesn't really secure or protect anything. I have a 4th generation 40gb Ipod and I find it annoying to have to pull it out of the case to manipulate the click wheel everytime. There are better cases out there for far less money and better access to your precious cargo.

2-0 out of 5 stars be careful!
DON'T keep your baby in this carrier. It's like driving with your child in the front seat, airbag on and no seatbelt through heavy traffic. You are an accident waiting to happen. The Belkin wallet holder has much more padding but no belt holder. I haven't found the perfect holder yet but I'm still on the lookout. The ipod needs to be firmly secured with padding all around the edges, attatched to your body at all times, yet you have to be able to easily access the front of it. Get that perfect case on the market people!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Come on Apple we're paying for something better!
When I recieved my first Ipod 20gb I was really disapointed with the case that came with it. Apart from killing the Ipods good looks I dropped it twice in the first two days because of the rather weak clip. Not only was I dissapointed with the above mentioned, but I couldn't believe that Apple made a case with no protection on the corners for a product that beggs care and attention. I don't know what the statistics are but there is a good chance that if the Ipod takes a fall it will hit the corner at some point in the disaster!
When I recieved my new 40gb Ipod with the dock I couldn't believe that Apple were still sending this case out with a product of this class. Surely someone has made this complaint to the company during the last few years! I gave it a two only because the material it is made of is reasonable quality and it functions - if you dont drop it and are extremly careful when using the clip.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beware of gravity....
This is a great case, unless you turn it upside down. It's a sleeve, and doesn't have a latch or snap at the top. This may not seem like much of a problem, but then I didn't expect to be turning it upside down. Accidentally. Five feet above a tile floor. (Okay, so Apple replaced my iPod after that one. But still, it was unpleasant.)

The belt clip will only take limited abuse (as will any product). Mine broke last weekend while I was carrying too much luggage on vacation. A shoulder bag pushed too hard against the belt clip, and snapped it off.

This product works well, but if your life is at all adventurous, try another product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Handy
I use my Ipod at work, in the car, and at home, so there it moves around a lot. I like this case for when I am in and out of the car. It clips securely, protects well and is still sleek. This was a must for me when I am on the road. ... Read more


97. DLO Jam Jacket Pro for iPod Mini, Clear
by Digital Lifestyle Outfitters
list price: $29.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0001MQ25O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Digital Lifestyle Outfitters
Sales Rank: 3042
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Amazon.com Product Description

Workout warriors and other on-the-go iPod mini users will delight in the Jam Jacket Pro carrying case from Digital Lifestyle Outfitters. The handy case is made of translucent silicone, a durable, grippy material that protects your iPod from dings and dents. It also includes two reinforced slits in the back to accommodate a tight-fitting armband (included), so you can effortlessly carry your iPod mini when jogging, rollerblading, cycling, or working out at the gym. Unlike with some cases, users don't need to remove the Jam Jacket Pro to use their mini, as the container features a cutout for the click wheel, along with an opening at the bottom for a dock connector. The screen is also protected thanks to the built-in micro-thin transparent window. Sleek, attractive, and functional, the Jam Jacket Pro--which fits all iPod mini models--makes a great addition to any iPod accessory collection. ... Read more

Features

  • Durable translucent carrying case designed for use with iPod mini
  • Injected-molded silicone construction protects against dings and scratches
  • 2 reinforced slits in rear for attaching included armband
  • Play-through design includes click wheel access and bottom dock opening
  • Built-in screen protector; fits all iPod mini models

98. Macally PODPRO Professional Head Set for iPod
by Macally
list price: $69.00
our price: $60.99
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Asin: B000089GKN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Macally
Sales Rank: 13707
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Mate them with your Apple iPod music player or use them independently with any portable audio device--either way, Macally's PODPRO noise-reducing headphones offer high style, relaxing comfort, and quality sound from their closed-ear, large-diaphragm design. The set weighs a mere 6.5 ounces, and its adjustable headband also happens to collapse for easy transport in the supplied soft leather carrying case.

The PODPRO's impressive frequency response spans 18 to 21,000 Hz, giving you extended bass and treble reproduction in addition to up to 16 dB of solid-state noise reduction from 25 to 16,000 Hz--not as wide a range as the headphones are capable of reproducing, but still just about the entire audible range of human hearing. This makes them perfect for use on plane flights and bus rides, in offices with noisy air-conditioning systems, and even while you vacuum the carpet at home.

The headphones' high, 105 dB sensitivity guarantees solid performance from even the wimpiest headphone amplifiers. Noise-reduction requires use of 2 AAA batteries (not supplied), good for up to 100 hours of active use.

What's in the Box
Headphones, 2-prong airline adapter, soft leather carrying case, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Portable noise canceling headset for brilliant audio sound and comfort
  • Stereo headphones with adjustable ambient noise reduction control
  • Includes two-prong adapter for in-flight use
  • Soft leather ear cushions with adjustable headband
  • Collapsible design for easy storage

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Do NOT buy these headphones!
When I opened the package, one of the leather ear cushions fell off. Luckily I was able to put in back on. Also, when I plugged them into my iPod, the sound was horrible. Then, the worst part of all, when utilized the noise-cancelling function, the internal microphone caused a horrible, witch screaming high pitch noise that was extremely painful to my ears. My ears hurt for over an hour after it occurred. Please save your money and do NOT buy these headphone. The earbuds that come with the iPod blow these away. ... Read more


99. Griffin Technology PowerWave USB Audio Interface & Amplifier
by Griffin Technology

our price: $108.99
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Asin: B00008LDHX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Griffin Technology
Sales Rank: 3686
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Record any mic or line input into your computer
  • Archive records and tapes to make CDs or MP3s
  • Hook up a mic and musical instrument, and turn your computer into a recording studio
  • And the PowerWave is also an integrated desktop amplifier
  • Use it to connect any set of speakers to your computer ? not just the tinny, powered PC speakers you've been required to use up to now

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works pretty well! (even with OSX...2004)
I've had this unit for over a year now. I use it primarily to power the Apple Pro Speakers because my main desktop is my Powerbook laptop. I also have a Tascam USB controller that is interfaced with it so I can do some digital recording (audio and MIDI). Finally, I hooked up a nice powered subwoofer to the RCA outs which gives me MASSIVE bass and sound rivaling my stereo system downstairs (not quite, but still better than any wimpy sub/sat setup made for computers). Figuring out how to put all of these wires in the right places took some trial and error (and required purchasing the griffin audio USB hub), but I got it figured out in a day or so and haven't touched the wires since. The possibilities with this unit are fantastic. Last summer I got some incompatibility with OSX mentioned in one of the other reviews with the funky distortion, but it hasn't happened since last summer. I don't know why...perhaps the update to jag? Anyways, IT IS GONE. Complaints are similar to the others...BIG BLUE LIGHT is very BRIGHT and annoying. Also, the case does seem fllimsy and not very MAC-like (i.e., not very stylish). Oh, and I did call Griffin to get some help with hookup and they were VERY friendly and helpful. I am quite pleased with this thing.

1-0 out of 5 stars this product doesn't do what it's supposed to
After days of trying to record some old vinyl onto my computer I gave up and called the Griffen. I explained to them that no matter what I tried, the audio signal was getting seriously clipped. They informed me that they are having problems with all of these units and that they are working on a fix...no idea when that fix will be released.

They also informed me that they could not provide a cash refund because it was purchased through a third party.

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1-0 out of 5 stars Does not work with Mac OS X
After going through 2 of these, Griffin customer support finally told me that "There is a known bug in the Apple USB audio driver that is most likely responsible for the effect you describe. According to Apple the driver sends an "empty packet". This results in a flanging, phasing, and ring modulation." What this means is that about 25% of the time that you send an audio signal to the PowerWave, the output is completely distorted. If you restart the audio, it usually corrects itself, only to become distorted again. This isn't a huge problem if you're just playing music in iTunes, but if you're using the PowerWave as an amplifier while you're working in Final Cut Pro or any other application that involves stopping and starting audio, it is completely useless.

They are working on a firmware upgrade, but as of 9/18/03, this product is unusable with Mac OS X. It baffles me that the company continues to sell these without any kind of disclaimer, especially since Griffin is a Mac-centric company. I hope this review saves a couple of Mac folks from a big headache.

The sad thing is that this will be a really cool product once they fix it. And while they're at it, they should put an on/off switch on the thing, because it has a huge blue light on it, and gets a little hot if it's on all day and night (not to mention wasting electricity).

4-0 out of 5 stars Clean audio from a computer ?
Back when the first USB spec listed audio as a possible use I looked forward to the day when someone would come out with a USB based sound card. I've tried a few of them over that time but most of them failed to deliver. Years later someone finally came out with a real audiophile quality usb solution for both PC and Mac. I bought this one primarly because it has a built in claimed 20W amplifier and I can use it with bookshelf speakers and my iPod.

Using it is simple. Plug in the power. Hook up the USB port, answer a few dialogs that install generic USB audio drivers and then just use it. Shows up as another audio card. The audio that comes out of it is crystal clear. Really really clean.

I've yet to record anything with it yet, but if the input is anything like the output I'm in for a treat. If there's anything I don't like about it so far it's the case is a little cheap and seems easy to scratch, and there's this giant blue light which flashes on and off when it's plugged into a computer. Oh and when you switch the gain switch it thumps quite loudly which is somewhat annoying but I can live with it.

It also comes with all the audio cables you could possibly want. A speaker breakout adapter, a nice 16 guage mini-din stereo to rca male cable, another shorter mini-din stereo to rca female cable. The box itself has lots of inputs, pass throughs and outputs. As to the claim of 20W, maybe. The power supply is only 12V @ 1.5A.

Other than that, highly recommended as a great external audio solution which gets rid of that annoying buzzing you hear from onboard computer audio whenever the CPU gets busy or the hard disk starts to access. I can hear it, especially when I'm wearing headphones. ... Read more


100. Speck Products IS-1001 iPod Skin - Frosted Clear
by Speck Products

our price: $15.03
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Asin: B0000B3E7S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Speck Products
Sales Rank: 2202
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Amazon.com Product Description

Speck Products' 3G SkinTight iPod skin protects a user's 3G iPod against dust, knocks, and scratches, letting users enjoy their favorite music while on the move. iPod skins are made of shock-absorbing, tear-resistant Kraton plastic, which is easy to apply and lasts for years. In addition, the bottom flap pivots open, so you can dock your iPod without removing it from the case. To apply, simply stretch the elastomer skin over your iPod from the skin's bottom opening or the scroll wheel cutout. The skin comes in a frosted clear color, approximating the original color of your iPod. Speck Products also sells cobalt blue and lime-colored skins, each of which fits the 10, 15, 20, 30, and 40 third-generation (3G) iPod models. ... Read more

Features

  • The only skins that protect all four top corners
  • Works in the iPod Dock!
  • Color -Frosted Clear

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