- Alarm Clock
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This stylish travel iPod alarm clock is great for home or on the go. Wake and Sleep to your favorite music while charging your iPod.
Wake and Sleep to your favorite music while charging your iPod. Click to enlarge.
Low-profile design is great for travel.
Rear auxiliary input for external audio devices such as MP3 players.
Wake or Sleep to iPod
Waking up to your favorite music is a great way to start the day. The iHM16 lets you wake to your iPod, gradually increasing the volume so as not to jar you out of sleep too forcefully. If there is no iPod present or there is no music detected on the iPod at alarm time, the iH16 will automatically switch to buzzer alarm, to make sure you get there on time. The requisite nine-minute snooze is also included, since it takes some of us a little longer to get out of bed.
You can adjust the sleep timer from 90, 60, 30 or 15 minutes, and the sleep features a volume setting independent from the alarm volume.
Charge Your iPod
While you're recharging in your sleep, your iPod's filling up on electricity, so when you hit the pavement your iPod will be ready to go.
The snooze button also changes the dimmer, so you can adjust the display to your desired brightness. Choose from three settings.
Provided you have installed four "AA" batteries, you'll still make it to work in the event of a power outage, thanks to iHome's "Sure Alarm" backup feature.
The iHM16 delivers great sound thanks to iHome's specially designed Reson8 speaker chambers. Reson8 is iHome's through-body ported speaker chamber technology. Porting speakers gives better bass response characteristics, and helps the iiHM16 deliver sound beyond its size.
The iHM16 features a standard 3.5mm "mini" jack, so you can connect MP3 players, CD players, or most any other audio device.
Three Tasty Colors
Get an iHM16 to suit your style--available in lilac, gray, or blue.
What's in the Box
iHome iHM16 (Lilac), iPod Inserts, AC Adapter, User's Manual
As far as sound quality, others have commented on the specifics of the sound quality and though some were disappointed, I wanted to comment that for the price point the sound is very good in close proximity to the product.
But when I go to say goodnight at their bedsides where the speaker is located, the sound is surprisingly good.
My iHome Speaker Dock worked for about 10 months then stopped. When I plugged in my ipod it would not charge
nor play. I am now looking for a better one.
I love the dock but I realized when I got it I didn't pay attention to the dimensions of it. I like it but thought it was bigger.Published 4 months ago by Mark Tranel
Pretty cool. Great sound. Very stylish. Love the clock and Day Light Savings feature. Large, readable numbers make it a fabulous alarm clock as well.Published 14 months ago by Big Mama
This still works for me a year later. I just got "HMDX Audio HX-P230GR JAM Classic Bluetooth Wireless Speaker (Apple)" which is louder and therefore better for me for my... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Andrea Smith
Works just like is says it does. Very small, so don't expect concert quality sound, but if you are looking for an alarm clock or little radio for your kids, this is a great... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Eric VanKerckhove
Good, not great. Sound is a little whimpy. Also, why can't they make the stand a little bit bigger so you could plug in a device that's in its case. Read morePublished 17 months ago by David A. Wilcox
BUEN ALCANCE DE VOLUMEN, Y MUY ÚTIL COMO DESPERTADOR Y RELOJ.Y ES MAS, UNA COSA IMPORTANTE . ES GENIAL PARA CALMAR LOS LLOROS DE LOS BEBESPublished 17 months ago by Mari
Small but perfectly clear sound, i got this for my wife for Christmas and it was a hit. It came in her color, charges her phone, clear sound, we've had no problems and she loves... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Wizworm
it works well for me nice and small...i like it becasue you take it anywhere you too like outside in your car or just in yor bedroomPublished 18 months ago by mark brier