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Sony ICF-C1IPMK2 Speaker System and Clock Radio with iPod Dock (Black)

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  • Compatibility: iPod classic 3G, 4G, 5G, 6G; iPod mini; iPod nano 1G, 2G, 3G; iPod touch 1G; iPhone 1G, 3G
  • Fall asleep and wake up to your iPod, the radio, or--if you must--a buzzer
  • Dual alarm allows you to set two separate wake-up times for fluctuating schedules
  • Audio input lets you easily connect other digital music players to the clock radio for easy access to all of your music
  • Full-function wireless remote control (included) allows access to all the music on your iPod from across the room
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameSony
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions15.8 x 8 x 8 inches
Item model numberICFC1iPMK2BLK
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00171MWU2
Best Sellers Rank #264,196 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2001
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: ICFC1iPMK2BLK
  • Color Name: Black

Product Description

Product Description

Universal iPod, iTouch & iPhone Dock, Wireless Remote w/ Full Menu Control for iPod, Digital AM/FM Tuner, Wake or Sleep to iPod/Radio/Buzzer, Auto Time/Daylight Savings Time Set, Dual Alarm, Adjustable Support for iPod

From the Manufacturer

The iPod, iPhone, and MP3 player have all but replaced other media for portable music access. Now you can enjoy it at your office or home while listening through speakers instead of headphones with Sony's ICF-C1IPMK2. Add your iPod or iPhone to this AM/FM clock radio for additional music to listen at home or office, to fall asleep by, and to wake up with. The ICF-C1IPMK2 combines Auto Time Set and Automatic Daylight Savings Time Adjustment along with a dual alarm and the added bonus of being able to dock your iPod music player or iPhone and listen to your favorite tunes through its speakers. If you don't have an iPod that fits into a dock or you own an MP3 player of another brand, there's an audio input port that lets you connect those too.

With the dual alarm, you can set two separate wake-up times. Plus, you have the option of waking up to your iPod, the radio, or a buzzer. The stereo speakers feature MEGAXpand iPod, so you never have to worry about running low on juice. Other features include a digital AM/FM tuner and a full-function wireless remote control (included). permits access to all the music on your iPod from across the room.

What's in the Box

Speaker Dock/Clock Radio for iPod, remote control, CR2032 back-up battery (pre-installed), audio-in cable, AM loop antenna, and user's manual.

Customer Reviews

Sound quality is very good and is easy to operate.
Richard Bradley
In my experience, even the lowest setting is a bit too bright, but not enough to disturb me at night.
Paul Christensen
I almost sent it back during the return period, but decided to keep it.
G. M. Matthews

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131 of 134 people found the following review helpful By KindlePad VINE VOICE on July 20, 2008
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There seems to be some confusion, Sony had a previous model of this that was very similar but was NOT iphone compatible. This new model IS iphone compatible. Make sure the box says "iphone" and not just ipod on it or make sure you order this unit (from this review.) Sony really should have changed the name or the look more. I suppose they will replace the old one with this one ultimately.

I found a great review of this also in ilounge.com where they gave it an A- and they are pretty stingy with their A's so I knew it had to be good. This is in fact a GREAT iphone / ipod clock radio / speaker system. I was pretty blown away by it and the price. They called it Sony's BEST iphone / ipod accessory ever and I agree.

Pro's:

First, most iphone systems like this start at $150, so this is a great deal at under $100. The unit is pretty small really and sets up instantly. Nothing like a great product for less than what you expect to pay.

Amazing sound! I was unprepared for the quality of the sound and even the "mega-xpand" really does seem to give you a larger, more separated sound. I don't know how this stacks up to say a $300 Bose ipod speaker system but I am more than happy for a bed side / desk side speaker. I have had it for 4 days and I have not heard any noticeable cell phone noise or interference also.

There is a very nice adjustable knob in the back that you turn to adjust the position of the dock for the ipod. Hard to explain but this solves the issue of different ipods being thicker or thinner than others. You adjust it once and it stays put - impressive. Should make it compatible with many different ipods.

The Remote! It comes with a tiny infrared remote that lets you control ALL of the ipod's music controls. Very slick.
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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Sam Ellis on August 10, 2008
While getting ready for work and getting ready for bed, I like to listen to podcasts downloaded into iTunes. Prior to buying the Sony Speaker Dock and Clock Radio, I had a cluttered setup on my nightstand, including:
* a clock radio,
* laptop,
* the excellent JBL On Tour Portable Speaker System ( Black ), and
* Apple USB Power Adapter for iPod (White) for my iPhone.

After applying a bit of creative thinking, the Sony Speaker Dock and Clock Radio has replaced all of these as a single device on my nightstand that does all of the above.

How did this replace having a laptop on my nightstand? The solution involves Apple Airport Express base station. I connected the base station's audio output to the Sony's audio input.

Using Apple's free Remote software for iPhone, I can control iTunes audio on any computer on my home network. Since iTunes can redirect audio to the Airport Express, I can listen to podcasts on this device that were downloaded to a computer in another room. If you don't have an Airport Express, you can do the same thing by syncing your iPhone with your computer before bedtime each night.

From the dock, I can even use my iPhone to peek at my email if I'm lying awake at night.

The sound quality on this device is good for a product in this price range. Mid-tones are clear and full. Low bass notes have some slight distortion, and higher frequencies don't have the oomph that they do on my JBL.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Paul Christensen VINE VOICE on August 15, 2008
Last year I bought the previous version of this clock radio (the ICF-C1IP) and was extremely impressed, especially compared to many other iPod clock radios that I tried. This week I bought this updated version for another room, and was pleasantly surprised.

What I've noticed in this updated version:
- explicitly iPhone compatible ("works with iPhone" indicated on the box)
- AM radio reception is notably clearer (and the old one wasn't bad)
- the display is brighter and easier to read (it might, in fact, be a little too bright at the lowest dim level)
- the grille is a dark gray, not pure black as the last model (in my opinion, this has a slightly cleaner look to it)
- sound quality just slightly less bass than earlier version (subtle - probably because of magnetic shielding for iPhone)

How do you tell which version you're buying, aside from the model number? Look for the "MK2" in the product name, as well as the "Works with iPhone" on the box.

Like the previous version, the Sony is fully compatible with my iPod Classic, and the sound quality and radio performance is notably better than other iPod clock radios I've tested.

Sony has done a great job with the ICF-C1iPMK2. It is an upright design, with most of the unit behind the iPod, in a slanted design with controls at the top. The iPod dock accepts universal adapters, but they aren't really needed as Sony has an adjustable supporting plate behind the iPod.

Unlike other iPod clock radios, the Sony does not attempt to duplicate the iPod menus on its display. Instead, the Sony includes a remote control that lets you completely control the iPod menus as if you were manipulating the scroll wheel. Quite impressive.
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