iPhone Doc Extender First, I appoligize if I am posting in the wrong forum. Please direct me to the right forum if this is the case.
Secondly, I am looking for a Doc extender (or stub) for my iphone 4S that has a LifeProof case on it.
I found this one:
New 30pin Dock Extender Extension Converter Adapter Case Cover Mate For Iphone 4S 4 IPAD 2 NEW Ipad 3rd Generation Dock Without Remove case.
Here's the link:
Is there another one that might be better?
Thanks for your help!
Bon Aqua, TN
Dang, I like this.. I was looking for something with a cable I could plug into a dock and perhaps run to the iphone, but this will likely work just as well... My stereo that I purchased before even paying Ipads/iphones any attention came with a cable that plugs into the box and I can run it to the phone with otter box case on and everything.. Plays, and charges just fine.
reply to bthilton
I used the Radtech version of that one... that one just seems a bit "too" cheap if thats possible.. but you get what you pay for sometimes.. It works great for all the docks Ive tried on.. except for the one in my wife's Kia Sorento.. it just DOES NOT like having the entender connected to the kia cable... oh well.. Bluetooth over radio works fine . I also have the Radtech 4ft extender cable as well.. you just have to file down the sides of the connector on that one to work in the Lifeproof.. I love my lifeproof case. Ive dropped it and gotten it wet many of times and its has done me well!!.. Only complaint is the sound output sometimes seems low when I have it to my ear.. I found that the speaker is better when you pop open the bottom tab if using the speaker on it...
JimThePCGuyFormerly known as schja01.Premium,MVM
Morton Grove, IL
I purchased 3 Radtechs along with 3 Griffin heavy extension cables.
Works great with the Griffin 2.1A charger.
Not cheap but like a PP said, you get what you pay for.
Plus I only order Amazon Prime now. Done with dealing with Amazon associate vendors if there is a problem with an item.
reply to bthilton
Thanks for the input everyone. I did buy a cheaper version of the Rad Tech but it wasn't that expensive. If it works, great. If not, I'll just buy the Rad Tech.
I Love my Life Proof Case too. You never have to remove it to dust the inside because it is sealed. I was a little concerned as the front protection seems to be less that the OtterBox Defender but after hearing the LP's been dropped a few times with no damage, I am encouraged. I also like the accessability of everthing. Plus I am not constantly playing with the buttons to keep them covered like the OBD which is bad when you have someone on speaker phone.
Thanks again. I'll let you know how what I got works.