CableJive Lightning adaptor connects iPhone 5 to older speaker docks

On September 27, 2012, in Industry News, by Macworld

That didn’t take long. Just a week after the debut of the iPhone 5 and its much-discussed Lightning port, accessory maker CableJive has announced a new adapter, the DockBoss+ iPhone 5 Kit, that makes it possible to connect the new phone to speak…

Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 Review

On July 1, 2010, in Industry News, by Ray Aguilera

Mini but mighty desktop speakers There was a time when listening to music meant sitting in front of a stereo and popping in your favorite CD–or maybe even an actual vinyl record. But these days, we do most of our listening via iPods or from our M…

Griffin Hands-Free Mic + Aux Cable

On May 10, 2010, in Industry News, by Leslie Ayers


Switch to a modern-day car phone

 

The day when the stereo systems of all new cars come with USB ports for instant iPhone connectivity isn’t far off. In the meantime, lots of late-model vehicles–and aftermarket car stereos–have auxiliary jacks but still lack the built-in hands-free Bluetooth systems that connect your car speakers to your phone.


Griffin’s latest cable lets you go hands-free without Bluetooth.

If that’s how you roll, all you need to get rocking and talking from the driver’s seat is Griffin’s Hands-Free Mic + Aux Cable. This heavy-duty three-foot cable has a 1/8-inch stereo mini jack at one end, which plugs into your phone’s headset jack, and a small but powerful microphone at the other end–along with a plug for your car’s aux input. You can set the phone on the center console or passenger seat while you drive, taking and placing calls virtually hands-free, piping callers’ voices and your iPhone music through the car’s speakers. A function button on the cable about six inches from the mic end lets you start or stop calls, click over to another call, and control music playback.

Audio quality was excellent in our tests, and callers didn’t have a problem hearing us as we drove and talked hands-free. Using the iPhone 3GS’s built-in voice commands also worked without a hitch. The only downside to connecting via auxiliary rather than the iPhone’s Dock connector is that your phone can’t charge. And without a mount or other place to stash your phone, things can get a bit cumbersome. But for owners of a dash mount, the Hands-Free Mic makes an excellent add-on.

12v Premium Car Charger for Apple iPhone 3G

On March 30, 2010, in Iphone News, by Iphone Unlocking

Increase the portability and productivity of your iPhone and iPhone 3G with this car charger Make your music last during your long car rides without draining your battery Charges your phone or iPod from your car’s lighter jack Compact design and retractable coil cord for easy storage Built-in circuitry protects your iPod or iPhone from [...]

JBuds J2 Premium Hi-FI Noise Isolating Earbuds (White/Gray)

On August 24, 2009, in iPhone 3g, by Iphone Unlocking

How can you make the #1 best-selling earbuds even better. Listen to your customers. The JLab engineering team took our customers feedback and ideas into the design lab and came out with a masterpiece: The JBuds J2. Building upon the legendary JBuds comfort and sound quality, we recrafted every component of the design to create [...]

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