Griffin Technology iTrip PSP Video
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Griffin Technology iTrip PSP Review
The good: The Griffin iTrip PSP transmits sound from your PSP to any audio system with an FM radio. The iTrip matches the PSP perfectly, yet doesn't add much bulk or hurt ergonomics for gaming. In addition, the transmitter automatically turns off after two minutes if the PSP isn't emitting any sound.
The bad: The iTrip PSP isn't immune to static, and it needs its own batteries.
The bottom line: If you want to bulk up the sound of your PSP without running cables to your stereo or a set of powered speakers, Griffin's iTrip for PSP is a nice--though slightly pricey--solution.
Griffin Technology iTrip PSP Specs
Manufacturer: Griffin Technology Inc.
Part number: 6003-PTRIP