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MarcaGriffin Technology
Nombre del modeloiFM
Año de fabricación2010
Peso del producto41 g
Dimensiones del producto12,7 x 1,5 x 18 cm
Número de modelo del productoGC17088
Número de productoGC17088
Aparatos compatiblesiPhone, iPod touch
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Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº632.923 en Electrónica (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en desde18 de febrero de 2010

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Color del producto: Color blanco
Productos compatibles: iPhone, iPod touch

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Este producto es una estafa, pues aunque se escucha la radio fm en un iphone, la aplicacion no permite ninguna de las siguientes funciones que creo que son elementales para una radio en un iphone:
1º No permite escuchar la radio en segundo plano.
2º No se puede controlar el volumen de la radio ni desde los mandos de los auriculares ni desde los botones de volumen del iphone, solo desde app en la pantalla.
3º No se escucha la llamada atraves de los auriculares cuando oyendo la radio fm en el iphone.
4º Puedes memorizar tus emisoras favoritas, pero solo con el nº de dial, no puedes reetiquetarlas con el nombre de la emisora.
Y todo esto en solo 5 minutos de tenerlo en las manos, espero que appel se ponga las pilas y estire de las orejas a quienes fabrican apps que no mantienen una calidad digna para sus aparatos.
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48 de 48 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas great product! 17 de julio de 2010
Por Lauren Collins - Publicado en
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this product is even better than i thought! from the description it doesn't say that you can tune to specific stations (not just a list of ones that the device thinks you want to hear) i just hoped for the best when i ordered it. this means that i can use it at the gym to tune to the tvs and hear the sound. as far as i know this is the only product you can connect to an iphone/pod and do this. it does not have the iphone 4 listed as a compatible device but it works with mine. i highly recommend this product.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Satisfactory, simple. 22 de octubre de 2011
Por Ashley - Publicado en
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I use my iPod Touch 4th Generation with it. I'm happy with it, but for anyone looking to buy one, here's some need-to-know info:

You have to plug your headphones into it for it to play, the speakers and iPod headphone jack don't work with it. I can see why though, because the ear buds act as the antenna.

It does not come with headphones/earbuds. You will need to use your own.

You have to keep the app open for it to play (you can't switch between apps). This is my only real irritation with it, but whatever.

It does have a nice feature that tells the app not to sleep so that when you turn the screen off, it keeps playing.

It doesn't pick up AM radio (not that I expected it to).

The volume is (exclusively) controlled by the app.

You can bookmark several stations with it.

It doesn't feel delicate or flimsy. But it is light weight.

It lets you choose what region (type of FM signal) to receive. Not that I'm going to travel to another country anytime soon, but that's a neat feature.

People in other reviews complained that it bent the pins on the bottom of the iPod. I did notice that it's a very snug fit, but honestly I think if you're careful and gentle each time, it won't hurt anything. And there were complaints that it came out of the iPod easily... but like I said, it's snug. They must have really been using it rough because mine isn't coming out unless I really try to remove it with a firm tug.

Because the signal is picked up through the wires in your ear buds / headphones, the signal can fluctuate a little as you move about. Usually just a momentary change in volume.

It prompts you to download the needed app upon plugging it in.

Overall... I'd say it works fine and I've been enjoying it so far. My feelings about it are neutral- I wanted to have the ability to listen to FM radio on my iPod Touch, and it fits the bill. Nothing complicated. And I only paid around $17 for it, as opposed to its original going-price.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas It'll Do 6 de mayo de 2011
Por Hayleyfly - Publicado en
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Why Apple can't create a classic iPod with an embedded radio is beyond me (I know, I know, that's how they get you). But that's another review entirely.

Previously, I had only used the Apple FM receiver/remote for iPod. That lasted me about a year, perhaps a year and a half before it started cutting out, most likely due to damage to the wires/connection. It probably could have lasted a bit longer, but I'm kind of a klutz. Apple's radio remote did exactly what I wanted it to do, though the cord was unnecessarily long and I wouldn't value it at $50.

The Griffin iFM receiver does pretty much what the Apple radio remote did for less money and with a few subtle differences. There's no remote on the receiver, which I prefer (there's no real reason to have a remote if you can use your iPod to change stations). So the ease of use is the same, if not better, than Apple; you simply plug in the receiver and you have a radio. The cord is much shorter, too, so the iPod/receiver relationship is a bit more harmonious. The sound quality is great, and perhaps adds more subtlety in volume increments than the iPod itself.

There are only two drawbacks for me, which are closer to simple inconveniences than serious flaws. The first is that the Griffin receiver seriously drains the iPod's battery over the course of the day. I typically use the radio transmitter listen to news radio while I'm at work, which can be anywhere from 4 to 6 hours of listening time. With the Apple remote, I could use the radio for two days without recharging my iPod. With the Griffin remote, I find I have to charge my iPod to some extent every day in order to use it the next day (full disclosure: my iPod is about two years old). The second issue is also battery-related. It seems that as the iPod battery drains, the reception quality diminishes significantly. I didn't notice this with the Apple remote.

Overall, the Griffin remote is a more-affordable alternative to the Apple remote, although it's a bit of a moot point since Apple no longer makes the remote. That being said, if you're looking for a way to listen to the radio via a classic version of the iPod, I'd recommend getting Griffin's iFM receiver.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Awesome fm receiver 1 de marzo de 2011
Por Javier Erausquin - Publicado en
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I have tried chinese fm receivers for iphone/ipod and were just terrible, awful audio and lack of signal, also a bad design. BUT this one is another thing. First of all, it is Griffin, a wellknown brand. It is very portable and well designed, and it works fine. I have tried it with an iPod touch 4g and an iPhone 4
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Too many limitations/compatibility issues 12 de septiembre de 2010
Por Ed Gardella - Publicado en
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The radio tuner is just about average. My other MP3 player with a builtin tuner worked much better. I am guessing that it doesn't use the earphone wires as an antenna. The buttons on the standard iPhone earphones do not control volume or pause. You need to use the slider on the app. These controls also do not work if you leave the device attached and try to listen to music. Anytime the earphones are connected to the iFM, the remotes on the earphones do not work.

I found that about 30% of the time, my iPod (Touch 3rd Generation) would not initially recognize the device (some message that the iFM hardware was not compatible) and the app could not find the receiver. A cycle of: unplug/plug/power cycle the iPod would eventually get the two to talk.

If you are just using this to get basic FM reception of strong station signals and don't mind fiddling with the hardware to get it working, it's okay. Otherwise, look for something else.