Sony ICF-CS10IP (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Play and charge your iPhone or iPod, or listen to AM/FM radio
- Dual alarm with "7-5-2" function lets you wake to iPod, radio, or buzzer
- 3-step brightness control (Hi, Mid, Lo)
- Sony Mega Bass and Mega Xpand technologies for enhanced listening
- Auxiliary input for connecting external audio devices
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Perfect for your bedroom, kitchen, or living room, the ICF-CS10iP speaker dock and clock radio is a great way to listen to your favorite iPod or iPhone tunes. A dual alarm lets you set two separate wake-up times with the option of waking up to the music stored on your iPhone or iPod, the radio, or buzzer. Additional features include a large, easy-to-read LCD and a remote control that lets you access your music from across the room.
An iPod dock alarm clock with dual alarms, AM/FM radio, and more.
A great way to listen to your favorite iPod or iPhone tunes.
Includes Sony "Remote Commander" remote control.
Dual Alarm with iPod, Radio, or Buzzer
Set two separate wake times and enjoy waking up to your iPod/iPhone, radio, or buzzer. "7-5-2" alarm settings allow for different wake times on weekdays and weekends, and a programmable snooze time (up to 60 minutes) lets you delay the inevitable with a few more minutes of sweet slumber.
Pop in a CR2032 battery and you'll also have battery backup, to make sure you don't miss your alarm in the event of a power outage.
The sleep timer lets you drift off to your favorite tunes on iPod or radio, adjustable to 15, 30, 60, or 90 minutes.
Tune into that weather forecast, morning show, or traffic report quickly with 10 FM and five AM preset stations.
The LCD display features a brightness control to adjust to your liking, with three settings (high, medium, low).
Sony includes some of their audio technologies for enhancing your sound. Mega Xpand effectively expands the sound field, for a more "surround" experience. Mega Bass does just what it sounds like, enhancing the low-end, even at low listening levels.
Connect non-docking iPod devices, CD players, and other MP3 players via the handy line-in jack.
What's in the Box
Sony ICF-CS10iP speaker dock, remote control, AC cord with AC adapter, audio-in cable, AM loop antenna, dock adapters, and documentation.
Top Customer Reviews
-The old one was shorter, designed for regular ipods. The Touch & the iPhone stuck out higher then the radio, which meant when reaching for the snooze or other buttons, you may hit the iphone/touch and knock it off.
-The old one has a smaller clock display.
-The old one had a BETTER ipod dock. It actually had a rest behind where the ipod stands, which could be adjusted from the back to go in or out. This to me was an amazing & rather unique solution.
The one I bought, the new one described in this item listing, has a bigger clock display & is taller so the touch and iphone no longer stick out on top. However, the dock no longer has the adjustable backrest like the older model. Instead, it comes with 2 plates, one for the iphone, one for the Touch. If you have another ipod, you'll have to bring your own dock plate.
The main problem with this dock plate solution is that my Touch doesn't fit with the protective case on (I use an Agent 18). Since taking the Touch out of the case everyday is not something I wish to do, I have to use this without any dock plates. The problem with that is the only support the Touch has is the dock port. This is obviously not a good thing in the long term. It makes using the Touch while it is docked a 2 hand operation; one to stabilize the Touch & keep it from pushing back & the other hand to make the adjustments.Read more ›
What really amazed me when I took it home and set it up was the sound quality. I currently have the Ihome IP9 and IP99. One of my IP9 units failed after about 10 months, so I bought this Sony unit to replace it. This unit is so much better in sound quality than the Ihome! I can't believe how great the sound is from such a small and inexpensive device. In addition, my Iphone fits snugly into this unit without any adapters, and I do not have to remove my protective case to properly dock it. I think Sony fixed the majority of complaints quite successfully with this new unit, and I am very pleased to have purchased it. I strongly recommend it over the Ihome units.
The alarm settings allow you to choose whether the alarm goes off all days, weekdays only, weekends only -- I don't have to remember to set the alarm Sunday night or turn it off Friday night. The radio works very well, even on public radio stations that tend to have weaker signals.
The whole setup was pretty simple -- very user-friendly. I only had to consult the directions on a couple of points. The buttons are labeled well so you can figure most of it out. The clock is set at the factory, and there's a lithium battery installed, so the clock is set as soon as you plug the radio in. (It is set to eastern time as the default, so you may have to adjust it.) And of course, battery backup means you don't have to reset everything after a power outage.
A number of iPod docking stations will *play* iPhone music but won't *charge* your iPhone. This one does both, which is great. My iPhone is fully charged every morning -- one less thing for me to remember.Read more ›
I returned this unit within a week because I was unhappy with the sound. I'm not an audiophile but I have several fairly good products I use with my Ipod and Iphone; Bose Sounddock, JBL On Stage, Logitech audiostsation express, Shure E2C, and Ultimate Ears Superfi 5. The Sony does not come close in sound to any of these and it is similarly priced to the JBL and Logitech. The Sony plays loud and clear enough, but cymbals were no where near clear and the bass sounded terrible. Drums sounded like someone was hitting a plastic bucket with a 2x4. I tend to think it is because the speakers are not ported. I wasn't expecting perfect sound, but the player it was replacing (due to incompatibility with the Iphone)was a JBL On Stage (small speaker port if you look carefully) that sounded much better and was similarly priced (the new On Stage with GSM shielding is significantly more expensive). Another small problem I have is that the speaker grill seems to be made of plastic and can easily be bent to hit the speaker.
For less money I went with the Ihome IP99 which has significantly better sound (speakers are ported) and more or less all the same features. One improvement is the ability to dim the clock all the way to off so you can have total darkness at night.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Would have liked a better quality and more option loaded remote. A weather alert option would have been nice as well as a larger "Time" display. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nobodies Fool
This Sony speaker has a sleek appearance so it blends well with a contemporary designed room. The audio quality is not the best (when comparing to speakers that cost hundreds of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by AM15
I have 3 of these from Yard sales and Pawn Shops etc. for like average
$30 per in like new condition. Quickly fell for the overall sound quality. Read more