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Altec Lansing M302 Moondance Home Alarm Clock Radio for iPod and MP3 Players (Black)


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  • Supports most iPhone and iPod models with Universal Dock Connector
  • Enjoy crystal-clear sound in a compact design that fits easily on your nightstand
  • Wake to your iPod, radio, or alarm with progressive alert volume
  • Auxiliary input also lets you connect a CD, DVD, MP3 player, or other external audio devices
  • 1 Year limited warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameAltec Lansing
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions2.3 x 11 x 3.5 inches
Item model numberM302 moondance Home
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB001GKE2RA
Shipping Weight3 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Altec Lansing
  • Model: M302 moondance Home
  • Weight: 2.4 pounds
  • Color Name: Black

Product Description

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Amazon.com Product Description Whether you prefer to wake to the sound of a symphony orchestra or the wail of a rock star, the Moondance Home speaker system delivers crystal-clear sound in a space-saving design. Wake to your iPod, radio, or alarm with progressive alert volume. The handy auxiliary input also lets you connect a CD, DVD, or other MP3 player. Use the onboard controls for the sleep timer, dual alarms, snooze, and radio tuning, or enjoy the convenience of the full-function remote. The Moondance Home speaker system also charges your iPod so it's good to go for that morning jog or commute to work.

Crystal-clear sound in a space-saving design. Click to enlarge.

Works with iPod touch. Click to enlarge.

Includes wireless remote for controlling most features. Click to enlarge or view remote functions.

Crystal-clear Sound
The Moondance Home boasts precision-engineered speakers to deliver the quality sound people expect from Altec Lansing.

Compact design
At 11 inches wide and less than 3 inches deep, the Moondance Home will fit nicely on your nightstand, or nearly anywhere else.

Dual Alarms
Wake to your iPod, radio, or an alarm with progressive alert volume for a less jarring reminder.

Wireless Remote
Just sit back and enjoy your music while you control the iPod, radio, and alarm functions from across the room.

Large LCD with Dimmer Light
Check the time at night without putting on your glasses.

FM Radio
The FM radio features digital tuning and a wire antenna for superior reception, so you'll enjoy a crystal-clear signal for your favorite shows and stations.

Onboard Controls
Snooze, dual alarms, sleep timer, radio tuning, volume, and other speaker functions can be controlled directly from the Moondance Home main unit.

Auxiliary Input
Easily connect a second audio source, including CD, DVD, and other MP3 players using the auxiliary input.

What's in the Box
Altec Lansing Moondance Home speaker system, adapters for iPod, AC adapter, FM radio antenna, wireless remote, user guide, and quick connect instructions

Product Description

Whether you prefer to wake to the sound of a symphony orchestra or the wail of a rock star, the Moondance Home speaker system delivers crystal-clear sound in a space-saving design. Wake up to your iPod, radio or alarm with progressive alert volume, or connect a CD, DVD or other MP3 player to listen to your own tunes.

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Customer Reviews

Sound quality is good.
Janice
If you want to use it as a clock and/or as an alarm, you are going to be frustrated with poor button design and an overly bright display.
PD
+Sound quality is very sub par, no mids or highs.
Carl Johnston

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70 of 75 people found the following review helpful By sleepyboo on January 24, 2009
I hate alarm clocks. I tried for a long time to avoid getting one because let's be honest they're ugly, they're big and a waste of space, and they never have all the functions you need in one reasonably priced package. You think the way they make cell phones these days, someone could have figured out how to make a decent alarm clock.

Putting that in mind, here are my lists of pros and cons of this product:
PROS:
1) relatively smaller and lighter than most alarm clocks that charge ipods and allow you to wake up to an ipod. So I don't feel like I have this huge thing overtaking my nightstand. But it's also not so small that i can't even tell what time it is.
2) sound is pretty good for its size. Most alarm clocks when they turn on have poor sound quality, which sounds even more irritating when you're not a morning person like me. thankfully this alarm clock has warm sound quality which is more bearable to wake up to.
3)relatively tasteful, subtle design that doesn't stick out as the first thing you see when you walk into a bedroom. It's not super fancy and somewhat overstyled like some timex models, or tacky like the Hammacher Schlemmer or anything that illuminates stuff in midair, or cheap the popular models of iHome. It doesn't try to "look nice". It just looks like what it's supposed to be, just slightly more efficient, which I think in in of itself creates a more authentic "nice look".
4) numbers are big and clear enough to see across an average bedroom, but not so huge and bright that it screams "hi look at me, I'm digital and easy to read!"
5) does allow you to choose the volume and the track on your ipod you want to wake up to.
6) I LOVE that this clock allows you to adjust the brightness of the display.
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By J. Solan on September 19, 2009
There must be an agreement amongst manufacturers of anything designed to dock with an iPod that it must cost at least $75. While the Altec Landsing Moondance Home looks good, the design department and the engineering department really need to get together and figure things out.

I bought one of these and put it together when I got it home. As far as looks and components this product is first rate, however once you plug it in the adventure begins. The setup is pretty difficult, even for gadget nuts like mysself. It comes with four different iPod adaptors and you have to figure out which one works with your particular iPod by trial and error. Get the wrong one and docking connection might not be secure enough to allow communication between the iPod and the dock. Setting the clock, dates and radio stations is not really explained well in the manual and is also very difficult to do.

Once that was all taken care of the first thing I noticed was the sound. Definately not crystal clear as described in the marketing literature, I found it very muddy with little to no high-range; though it filled the room it was very DULL. EQ settings from the iPod can not be heard on this unit and no advanced iPod functions can be controlled from the remote. Also, communication between the remote and the unit were kinda spotty as well.

I returned this two days after I got it and found a similarly priced Sony unit with much better sound, easier setup and full control between the unit and the remote. I could use the remote to control all iPod functions (search songs, create playlists, change iPod settings AND EQ settings could be heard through the docking unit.

Pros: Looks great, small footpring, substantial sound but horrible range.
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17 of 23 people found the following review helpful By M. Althaus on January 26, 2010
Pros: The unit has a nice solid look and feel. The weight makes it feel like a quality item. There is no thin plasticy feel anywhere. The sound seems pretty good for a clock radio, I'm no audiophile but I would say it sounds rich.

Cons: I consider myself to be very good with computers and electronic gadgets. I found the instructions were required for almost every step of the setup. Nothing about the controls is intuitive. Even after having the unit for several weeks i had to refer to the instructions to change the alarm settings.
The buttons are very small and the type is even smaller! Definitely needed the bedside lamp on to make adjustments.
The radio stations can only be changed via the remote control, so if you lose that I hope you like the station it is tuned to.
The buttons and type on the remote are small, keep your reading glasses handy.
No AM radio.
Lowest volume setting is too loud.

Conclusion: returned the item for another brand, glad to be rid of it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kate S. Davis on August 30, 2010
Verified Purchase
I've been looking for a new clock radio for several months now, so when this item showed up as a Lightning Deal, I jumped on it. Altec Lansing has a great reputation for sound, and this did everything I was looking for - two alarms, iPod dock, FM radio, etc. It arrived quickly and in great condition. I didn't have any trouble setting it up - I'm good with gadgets and the instructions were clear. It wasn't an intuitive set-up, but with the instructions I had no issues. However, the sound... dear Gods, the sound. No matter what I listened to, it sounded like the speakers were hidden under a heavy cloth or under water. A DJ talking sounded like the teacher from Charlie Brown. It was muffled, muttered, all-low sound with none of the excellence I expected from a unit that originally would have cost nearly $100. I thought perhaps there was a blown speaker, but there were none of the tell-tale signs of that. Just bad quality. I tried this with the iPod, radio stations, different locations... nothing helped. It was honestly bad enough that I've returned the item. I'll suffer my ancient Memorex alarm clock for a while longer and keep looking for something else.
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