The RAM high strength plastic cradle is designed to hold the following Apple iPod units,
With Firewire Connection
• Apple iPod 5GB
• Apple iPod 10GB
With Dock Connection
• Apple iPod 10GB Generation 2
• Apple iPod 15GB Generation 2
• Apple iPod 30GB Generation 2
• Apple iPod 15GB Generation 3
• Apple iPod 20GB Generation 3
• Apple iPod 40GB Generation 3
NOTE: The cradle does not allow the connection to the Dock Connector found at the bottom of G2 and G3 iPods.
The cradle WILL NOT hold the Apple iPod 20GB with Firewire connection, as it is too thick for the cradle.
If he had been where I was when 9/11 happened, the radio reception wasn't existant and XM wasn't invented and wouldn't have been receivable if it did exist and that was all in the USA. I heard about it from a guy in a pickup truck who had a friend call him and inform him from sat. TV. Alaska!!!! :wink:wv_wingman said:... On 9-11 a friend was travelling listening to his IPOD and had no clue what was driving people crazy when he stopped for gas....
The FM transmitters don't do as good a job as the hard wire, I've found, plus you can get interference from real radio stations in big cities.. I bought a 6' aux cord from a guy on ebay and ran it back to the trunk, and use a DLO charger to plug it into the trunk power outlet (which I also had to install). I have a wireless remote on it, so if i'm not in the mood for a particular song, i just hit the "next" button. The isolator loop isn't that critical. You can get a little whine (very faint) in the background when the ipod is hooked to the charger, but I only hook mine up when the battery runs down, every couple of weeks...Wildheart said:I have an 03, do they have the AUX hook-up in the left pouch? I was hoping to use a FM transmitter to operate my MP3 player, but I have not found a way to connect it yet.