Besides being known as Belkin's main competitor, Griffin is a long-term manufacturer of all sorts of iPod accessories. And the particular model you're about to see as follows, namely the iTalkPro, elegantly completes iPod's design line and aesthetics and offers a cool combination of functionalities, since its sleek integrated microphone and speaker turn the small Apple player into an attractive portable voice and memo recorder.
And if you're concerned about the quality of the recordings, you should also know that the device features a gain control option to adjust signals level, which will automatically improve the quality of the recorded audio files. Moreover, the device can easily attach to the iPod's headphone and remote outputs. Another cool feature is the pass-through jack option, which lets users plug their headphones directly into the iTalk rather than removing the device to access the iPod's headphone output.
However, users can also connect an external microphone to the iTalk to enjoy additional recording. In fact, Griffin itself suggests using the revolutionary iTalk for various tasks, from recording personal memos to archiving content and even listening to audiobooks. This can be done just about in any way the user might want, by either listening to the built-in speakers or using the headphones. You might also need to know the Griffin's iTalkPro voice recorder for iPods works with any iPod with dock connector and requires iPod software version 2.1 or later in order to work smoothly.
Since iPods offer large storage capacities, the iTalkPro users will actually be free to record like...thousands hours of voice audio content being by far much more useful than the already out-of-fashion cassette recorder.
Want one of these? Well, you should check it online, where webstores are selling it for about 40 bucks a piece and works great with iPod Photo, 4th Generation iPod with Click Wheel and the 3rd Generation iPod with touch wheel and button.