Lightning/30 Pin Adapters and FM Transmitters?

Massie

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I've long used a Griffin iTrip in my car to charge my iP4 while listening to music via the fm transmitter. I assume a lightning to 30 pin adapter will let me charge my i5, but does anyone know if they are compatible with the fm transmitter?

Thanks!
 

KevSex

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Just bought a 3rd party Lightning to 30-pin Adaptor and can conclude that it does charge the device but does not allow audio out :(

I am just going to have to keep using my iPod till someone brings out a Lightning compatible FM Transmitter.

Keep checking griffintechnology.com . There probably the first people that will have something like that and have the best quality products that I am currently using the now (iTrip).

Now I need to see if I can return this adaptor haha
 

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you should just buy a new car radio, for reals! 70 bucks for a bluetooth ready, ipod ready music machine... how much are you going to spend on accessories to make it all work???
 

eric1017

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What kind of adaptor did you get and where did you get it? I just got an iPhone 5 and I have no way of listening to my music in my 2006 accord?
 

Grabber5.0

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I got the small Apple brand adapter at the Sprint store. There is also one that is a short cable that works better if you have a case. Only place I've seen those is Amazon.