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iHome iA100ZC App-Enhanced Alarm Clock with Bluetooth and FM Radio for iPad, iPhone and iPod

by iHome

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  • Compatible with iPad/iPhone/iPod models 30 Pin Connection
  • Universal dock charges & plays iPad , iPhone or iPod while docked
  • Wake or sleep to iPad/iPhone/iPod or app alarms
  • Bongiovi Digital Power Station technology
  • Customizable with advanced iHome apps - free iHome+sleep app creates alarms, local weather, etc. & iHome+radio app accesses up to 10,000 Internet radio stations from around the globe
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Technical Details
Brand NameiHome
Item Weight3.2 pounds
Product Dimensions6.7 x 11.1 x 3.2 inches
Item model numberiA100ZC
Connectivity TechnologyWired & Wireless
Operating SystemiOS
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB003ZSCOVM
Best Sellers Rank #16,240 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 16, 2010
  
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  • Alarm Clock

Product Description

iPad/iPhone/iPod App-Enhanced Alarm Clock with Bluetooth & FM Radio

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Customer Reviews

You press the combination snooze/clock dimmer button to see what time it is.
nxnw
Also the only way you could use the apps to control something on the device was if your iPad was paired via bluetooth with the device or docked.
AK529
I have had no problems at all with this the apps work great on it and sounds good.
Jerry Mc

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52 of 56 people found the following review helpful By E. Leones on December 22, 2010
Warning: Most of the truly worthwhile features for this alarm clock are only functional through the iPhone / iPad App ("iHome+Sleep" App on iTunes store). Without the app, it's merely an expensive speaker system with a clock (and not a very accurate one, either). I have had the iA100 for over two months now and unfortunately, the app is extremely buggy and erratic and the direct support from iHome has been completely useless and unresponsive. This makes the iA100 less useful and less worthy of its $[...] price tag.

I recommend you refer to the following support threads on iHome's own support forums before considering this item:
[..]

Do a search for more on the iA100 topic and you'll find similar issues with similar concerns. You'll notice that these and other postings have almost zero responses from iHome support except for one (which was not specific or helpful in any way). Direct emails to their tech support (I've sent three over the past two months over the same issues posted) go ignored. I intend to call directly, however I read a customer's posting that the phone support lacks adequate knowledge about the product, software app or remedies, and were advised to post their question on the iHome support forums for better response. This tells me that they have a limited staff and relies solely on their support forums for communicating with customers.

Needless to say, I'm very disappointed with this purchase considering it's a pretty expensive, high-end alarm clock that is customized to work with your iPad / iPhone. People on the forums have complained that their iA100s are unreliable for daily use. I simply can't rely on mine either due to the problems noted in the forum postings. I'm assuming people are merely using the iA100 as a $[...] speaker system for now.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By J. Lingle on December 28, 2010
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**Revised 01-07-2011 after iHome+Sleep v2.1 release

I've owned the iA100 for about a month, and have used it extensively. It is one of the sharpest looking iHome products on the market, and I purchased it after reading pre-release announcements and waiting for iHome to make it available for several months, while comparing the competition and deliberating whether or not it would be worth the asking price. An app-enhanced alarm clock is an incredible idea, especially since apps can be improved over time based on customer feedback. I experienced a lot of performance issues during the first few weeks while using v1 of the iHome+Sleep app, but iHome released v2.1 in late December 2010, and although there are still a few stability issues, many of the problems have been resolved. I've revised my original review 's consideration points with 0 to 10 ratings for the iA100 below:

iHOME CUSTOMER SERVICE (0 out of 10)
iHome experimentally created a user forum in November 2010, but abandoned it in December, so all of the customer posts made since then have gone unanswered by iHome employees. I've emailed them with questions about functional problems and never heard back. I've called their tech support number directly, and after waiting for 17 minutes to get a human, I was told that I called the 'computer support' number and that I should have called the 'audio support' number. Upon calling the second number they gave me, and waiting another 10 minutes for a human, I was told to call the number I originally called because they had no idea how to help me with my questions. Amazon sets the global bar for customer service, and all other companies should attempt to imitate them.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By videogal on March 14, 2011
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I had been holding off on getting an alarm clock that will also charge my iphone and play music off my iphone because of all the negative reviews. I took a chance on this product and regret it.
I was specifically looking for an alarm clock that could be dimmed all the way to black and had 2 alarms that could be set: one for weekdays and one for weekneds. This one does that, however, my weekend alarm never goes off even though it's set to ON. You HAVE to set the alarm using your phone, which is a pain in the neck. Also, it's not easy to tell if the alarm is set by looking at the clock itself. It is hard to determine what the volume of the alarm will be when it actually goes off in the morning too. Then, to top it all off, this thing is bluetooth ennabled, but any time I take my phone out of the bedroom, and return, I have to make it forget the device and re-pair the stupid thing. What a pain.

On the good side, it sounds great when playing music through it.

I'm packing the stupid thing up and sending it back. When you pay $200 for something, you don't expect to have this many issues with it. My trusty old alarm clock will be returned to service at my bedside.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By nxnw on January 13, 2012
Great sound, but everything else is bad.

The Good: I have never heard a clock radio in this price range with richer sound. So much for the good.

The Bad: As the title indicates, this must have been designed by someone who has never seen a clock radio. On this planet, clock radios generally go on your nightstand. Accordingly, nighttime, when you are in bed, is pretty much the only time you are going to look at the clock. And, when you look at the clock, you want to see what time it is. Pretty basic stuff, and clearly understood by everyone else who has ever designed a clock radio. Unfortunately:

1. The clock is much too bright. The dimmest setting is still so bright I have to turn it off to sleep. Incredibly, this is only the first layer of this product's astonishingly inept engineering in this regard;

2. So, you are in bed, but wake up. Is it the middle of the night? Is it almost time to get up? Who knows? The light on the clock is off, in order to not interfere with your sleep. You press the combination snooze/clock dimmer button to see what time it is. This cycles it to its next setting, its brightest setting, which I will call "sunshine" for this review. 3:00 am? Back to sleep, then, but first, lets turn that idiotic light back off. In order to do so, you have to press the snooze/dimmer button SEVEN more times to cycle through (let's call them) lighthouse, searchlight, spotlight, headlight, bonfire, still too bright, and finally off. Sorry, I want to look at my clock to see the time, and close my eyes again if it is still the middle of the night. I do not want to find a button while I am half-asleep, have a bright light glare in my face, and then and have to press the button seven more times to turn the damn thing off;

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