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DLO TransDock Transmits iPod Music & Video
This all-new version of the TransPod transmits audio through FM radio and also hooks to any mobile video system.
January 09, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

If you’ve already volunteered to drive on your next road trip, you may want to reconsider. The TransDock from Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (DLO) is giving passengers a whole new way to enjoy iPod movies, TV shows and other video downloads on the road.

The TransDock is the all-new version of DLO’s award-winning, patented TransPod, which transmits audio content from any dockable iPod using a car’s existing FM radio and 12-volt power outlet. The biggest difference is a new industrial design and a video-output feature that lets you play an iPod video through a car’s mobile video system while transmitting the video’s soundtrack to the car stereo.

In addition to its video capabilities, the TransDock cradles and charges the iPod while giving users full control of bass, treble and volume settings right from the car’s console. It also holds up to four programmable presets to help users jump to commonly used frequencies. Enhancements for the TransDock include a high-powered antenna, a more versatile mounting arm, interchangeable faceplates and a built-in USB power charger that lets users reclaim this all-important outlet.

  • $99.99
  • Shipping in March 2007
  • New version of Transpod
  • Charges iPod


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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at

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