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Teac HD-1 Clock Radio with iPod cradle and AM/FM HD Radio Receiver (Black)

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  • Crystal-Clear Sound More Local FM Channels & 100% Subscription Free
  • iTunes Tagging Capable Hear It Tag It Download It Never Forget It
  • Large LCD Screen Shows Song Title/Artist
  • Plays and Charges iPhone and All iPods
  • Dual Alarm Clock with Snooze Button, Battery back-up

Technical Details

  • Model: HD-1
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.6 x 14.8 x 6.8 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001TI8LSU
  • Item model number: HD-1
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,331 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at February 19, 2009

Product Description

The TEAC HD-1 plays and charges iPhones and all iPods, including the iPod touch. It is equipped with a remote control, dual alarm clock with a snooze button and five equalizer presets for improved audio fidelity. The HD-1 also comes with a headphone jack and video and audio outputs. The device's rear-firing ports deliver a rich bass response, allowing for superior sound. This tabletop iPod docking system, equipped with HD Radio technology, delivers a superior audio experience and compelling new content via HD Radio programming. Wake to iPod or Tuner Digital Clock, Calendar, Dual Alarm, Snooze, Sleep Timer Preset Equalizer (Rock, Pop, Classic, Jazz, Bass, Normal) Independent Speaker Chambers with Bass-reflex Port Large LCD Display with 3-step Dimmer Remote Control (Also controls iPod functions including menu operation) Black Cabinet iPod Dock Adapters Included Specifications Output Power - 6W Speakers - 2.5 Full Range x 2 Audio Input - x 1 (Stereo Mini) Audio Output - x 1 (Stereo Mini) Video Output - x 1 (Stereo Mini) Headphone Jack - x 1 (Stereo Mini) Operation - 120V AC, 60Hz Dimension (W x H x D) - 12-11/16 x 4-7/16 x 7-3/8 Weight - 6.2 lbs.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I am returning my unit.
James F. Moore
I seldom bother to write a negative review, but this thing begs for it.
Inga W. Holmquist
Other AM radios could receive the analog stations w/o static.
Ken Gilbert

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

91 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Joseph B. Huber on March 10, 2009
I've had this radio for about a month. I purchased it as a replacement for my 25 year-old alarm clock radio, and also to see what HD radio was like. Overall, the workmanship of the radio is fine, and the sound quality is decent, given the size and price. The radio has quite a few features packed in for the money, and from that standpoint, it is a good buy. FM reception is good. AM reception is average.

As I primarily use this as an alarm-clock radio, my review comes from using the radio for that purpose. I don't use the iPod docking function, or use the radio for casual listening. As such, the radio has some short-comings as an alarm-clock radio, and that's why I only gave it three stars. If used the radio primarily for something else, like casual daytime listening or an iPod dock, I could easily see rating it higher. The issues with the alarm clock function are as follows:

1) The display is way too bright for an alarm-clock radio, even on the dimmest setting. Particularly if the radio is sitting on a nightstand next to the bed. There are are three brigthness settings, but very little difference between them. Due to the brightness of the backlight, it is very difficult to glance over and see the time when it is dark if you've been sleeping and have just waken up. Backlit LCD is not the best display technology for an alarm-clock application.

2) When the alarm starts the radio, the time is no longer displayed. You can push a button to display the time, but it reverts back to the radio information. Not exactly convenient if you are laying in bed and need to see what time it is. During the alarm-clock function, a time display is more important than the radio station frequency or other HD information.
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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Fswan on February 21, 2009
I have had the radio two days so it's a little early to write on the the overall quality but I can tell you a few things I have discovered. First and foremost, the FM/HD is a real treat. I live in an area where picking up radio stations is difficult at best. With the FM antenna that came with the unit, that problem is gone! Stations that broadcast HD usually have several different formats to choose from. For instance, 94.9 has three different choices; HD1 is music, HD2 is a different style of music and HD3 is talk. The sound from HD stations (which is a digital/analog hybrid) is really good especially for a clock radio and the regular FM (non-HD) and FM stereo are good also. A bit more about the FM antenna - it is 5+ feet long. I pinned it vertically on the wall behind a door so it isn't too obtrusive - others may be a bit challenged to find a good place for it.

As far as the AM band is concerned - so far I am not impressed. The unit comes with (yet) another antenna for AM. It is a 5 1/4 inch hard loop. I haven't messed around with it much but so far I have only been able to pick up a couple of stations and those have static. AM can also brodcast HD and there are two that do in my area but I cannot pick them up. My old $20 clock radio does better on AM. I did discover two FM stations (there may be more) that use one of their HD channels (HD2, HD3)to simulcast AM stations.

The iPod dock seems to work pretty well. The quality of the sound is pretty good - not concert quality, but hey - it's a clock radio! It does have a line-out connection if you want to hook up an amp. It comes with four dock adapters - none of them fit my iPod (Nano 3G) but one came with iPod so no big deal.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Clarinetist on March 15, 2009
I just bought the TEAC HD-1 at Costco today, for considerably less that on Amazon (sorry!), and am very impressed with the quality and sound. It feel hefty and well-built. The audio is good for a unit this size, with the dual ported speakers and six watts of power. The HD radio feature, with the information scrolling and tab feature is very handy. My iPod Classic and the Ipod 2G Touch are both very happy with their new home. The included remote controls most of the iPod functions, too. For the price, this unit is a good value.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Peter Matthews on March 21, 2009
In September, 2008, I replaced a 20-year-old Panasonic clock radio with the Boston Acoustics Horizon Duo: Boston Acoustics HDUOMDNT Horizon Duo Speaker System (Midnight). It has great reception and very good sound. It met all my requirements - perhaps the only clock radio available at that time to do so, but has a problematic display.

Today I updated my notes on clock radios, to add the Teac HD-1. I picked one up at Costco today, thinking to move the Duo elsewhere, but am taking the HD-1 back. It appears to meet all my requirements, but the sound is definitely inferior to that of the Boston Acoustics Horizon Duo. It sounds tinny, perhaps even shrill, even with the equalizer set to "Bass". I think my ears are particularly sensitive to shrill, so your mileage may vary - in fact you may be pleased with the sound. The Duo is about an inch taller with larger speakers, which accounts for the reduced bass capability in the HD-1.

Others found the HD-1 display too bright. My plan was to cycle the display off at night, but have the old Panasonic across the room, just for the time. The snooze display control is a good feature. Really good displays must be too expensive for this price point.
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