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iHome iH15 Color Changing 30-Pin iPod Speaker Dock
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- Supports most ipod models with 30 pin connector
- Translucent cabinet changes color at the touch of a button; four color change settings
- Charges your iPod while docked
- Reson8 stereo speakers with passive subwoofer for full sound
- Includes: iHome iH15W, AC power adapter, iPod dock adapters, and user's manual
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Give your favorite music a little color. Click to enlarge.
Pick a single color to suit your mood. Click to enlarge.
Convenient carrying handles. Click to enlarge.
Illuminate Your Mood
The iH15W is a small 5.5-inch cube with handy carrying handles and internal adjustable lighting. Change the translucent cabinet to match your mood or the current song. Feeling blue? Go with blue. Not easy being green? Try green. A cowardly yellow? Well, you get the idea.
The cube also features four color change settings for cycling through the colors, which is great for parties and other fun occasions.
Enjoy Your Music
The iH15W charges docked iPods, so when you hit the road, your iPod will be ready to go. Two Reson8 speakers provide great sound, and a passive subwoofer covers the low-end, so you can count on rich sound from a tiny device.
What's in the Box
iHome iH15W, AC power adapter, iPod dock adapters, and user's manual.
Top Customer Reviews
The sound is pretty decent. Forget deep, rich bass that others describe. Sounds better than most "mini-speakers" systems, though. Sounds like a small boom-box. At least the sounds are well balanced and articulated, not muddy or distorted.
It can also get pretty loud. Surprisingly, the bass response seems better at high volume levels.
The look of the cool, color changing cube is awesome. It has three modes:
> solid color of your choice;
> revolving colors, changing every few seconds;
> constantly oozing through the whole spectrum.
It's the third mode that's the coolest. It's dim enough to make a nice night-light without lighting up the whole room. And the light stuff works whether the sound is on or off, and it's easy to turn the light off when the sound is off as well.
CON - It has no clock, and no "auto on" feature. I had expected to leave it on and use my iPod's alarm to turn on, thus playing music to wake me up. However, it does not appear to work. When docked, the iPod's alarm does not go off. Maybe I should try it again with the iPod on, but not playing a song.
So overall, it's very nice.
Compact and lightweight -- it's just under 6"x6"x6" and maybe weighs a pound? Very easy to transport. It has little rubber feet that grip it to a flat surface.
Surprisingly good, rich sound quality -- I'm not an audiophile by any means, but would rate this very highly for the size and especially for the price. You can't adjust the bass or anything else, but the default is just fine.
Works overseas (100-240V) -- I took this with me while living abroad, and it works great with a simple Euro-plug converter. The plug is also relatively small and light (about 3"h x 2"w x 1"d), and easy to pack.
Charges iPod in its case -- I have the Griffin mirrored case (open bottom) over a 7G classic iPod, and it just barely fits, but it does fit. Also there are several dock adapters so you can use it with other iPod models.
Versatile -- The 3.5mm auxiliary jack allows you to use this with any device supporting a standard male-to-male input cable. It would be nice if a cable were included, but at this price, I can't really complain. Sound quality remains high across devices (I've used it with a Sharp tube TV and MacBookPro). It works with an auxiliary device plugged in, while the iPod is charging in the dock (w/the iPod turned off/paused). So you can use it as a laptop speaker, and keep the iPod docked to charge.
iPod alarm doesn't work with it -- I've had this problem with other speakers too, so I don't penalize this one too much for what could be an iPod-related problem. I use the speaker with my Mac laptop alarm, via a long (20') 3.5mm inline aux cable, and it works well.Read more ›
Of course it looks cool.
I used it with my iPod touch 3G.
The only thing is that you have to use this insert to support your iPod and when you do, you have to take off the iPod cover each time (if you use one). If I didn't use the insert, I can use it without taking off my cover, but I'm scared to do so as it says it might damage the connection part of iPod.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Colorful and fun accessoriy for our 13 year old daughter. Gives her a decent speaker in her bedroom for her Nano plus charges at same time. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Ashley Jones
I really liked this, unfortunately I had to send it back because it does not fit the newest Generation 7 iPod.Published 1 month ago by Yvonne L. Edwards
I bought this iHome Speaker back in 2011, shortly after purchasing my iPod Nano (6th generation). I can honestly say that it has been one of my best purchases ever. Read morePublished 1 month ago by blueberry99
Bought this for $40 in 2011. It works perfectly with any old-school ipod or iphone (i.e. 30pin connector, not iphone 5 or 6). Read morePublished 2 months ago by H. Thompson
This works great and I have actually purchased 2 of them as my children love them and both wanted them. Good quality sound and the lights are fun. Easy to use and lasts. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jennifer MacCormick
I bought this as a gift and my friend loved it. Her kids really enjoy the colors.Published 4 months ago by LMSHIZU
It was exactly what I was looking for and it works just fine.Published 4 months ago by Mark Heidebrecht