The iPod will not fall out if you close the leather "wrapstand" before moving the Journi.
Probably. The PowerBlock AC charger can accept 100-240 volts, so you will not need a voltage converter. You'd only need a blade adapter.
Absolutely! The Amplifi package already includes 3 blade adapters, so you can take it almost anywhere in the world. You will not need a voltage converter.
If you have a 5th Generation iPod with Video, an iPod Classic, an iPod Touch, or a 3rd Generation iPod Nano, then yes! The bottom of the case is exposed, allowing enough clearance for both the iTrip with dock connector or iTalk Pro to attach to the iPod.Unfortunately, due to the shape of the 2nd Generation iPod Nano, the opening of the Reflect for that iPod could not be flush with the bottom of the iPod. For this reason, neither the iTrip Dock nor the iTalk Pro can be used without removing the case.
You would need to be able to provide power to the dock by using a power supply like the PowerBlock that comes as part of the Griffin Power Duo for Sansa. Just use the USB to mini USB cable that came with your PowerDock to connect it to the PowerBlock USB wall charger. Now you can plug in your PowerDock anywhere in your home!
Unfortunately not. The new iPod nano has been redesigned and due to the way the dock port and headphone jacks are oriented, the original TuneBuds will not physically fit.
No, unfortunately you can't. The bottom of the case holds the batteries, so the dock port is not exposed and there is not a way to attach the iTrip.
This is not a supported use of the iMic, and has not been tested by Griffin. However, the Griffin iMic USB sound card continues to be supported by Cisco for use as an MOH live feed source with Cisco CallManager Release 3.3(5) and later, and with Microsoft Windows 2000 (OS 2000 version 2.7 or later). Cisco supports the iMic on all Cisco MCS-78xxH or MCS-78xxI servers with 3.0 GHz or greater processor.
For help on using the iMic in these environments, please contact the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) or Cisco customers can contact the TAC at one of the following numbers:
Australia: 1-800-805-227EMEA: +32-2-704-55-55Asia-Pacific: +61-2-8446-7411