Sony ICFCS15iPBLK 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

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Sony ICFCS15iPBLK 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

Sony ICFCS15iPBLK 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

  • Rich, clear sound stereo speakers deliver a robust and enjoyable listening experience with rich bass tones.
  • Charge your iPod or iPhone while you listen while docked to help you avoid a drained battery.1
  • Compatible with most iPod and iPhone models, including iPhone 4.
  • Flexible dock connector that is designed for easy connectivity without the need for special adaptors, so you can just plug and play, even with your phone case attached.
  • Sony Sound enhancements MEGA BASS mode enhances bass response while Mega Xpand expands your music sound field at the push of a button.

Wake, sleep and enjoy your favorite music with robust sound for your iPod/iPhone. MEGA BASS and Mega Xpand sound provide enhanced bass and room-filling sound reproduction. Convenient alarm functionality, including a dual alarm with 2-5-7 day settings gives you the option of waking to iPod/iPhone, AM/FM radio, or buzzer.Audio In : 3.5 mm stereo minijack,Digital Audio Input(s) : Works with: iPod touch 2nd, 3rd, & 4th generations, iPod nano 3rd (video), 4th (video), 5th (video camera), & 6th generations, iPod classic, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 3G.Power Back-up : Battery back-up: 3V DC, CR2032 battery (1), Power Requirements : 120 V AC, 60 Hz.What’s in the box: Remote Commander (1), AM loop antenna (1) and Cushion (1).

List Price: $ 98.00

Price: $ 98.00

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  1. 136 of 138 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very nice product. I recommend this, September 8, 2012

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    This review is from: Sony ICFCS15iPBLK 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock (Electronics)

    The device came today in the mail. I am very pleased and I have not even explored everything that it is capable of.

    A couple of notes to consider early on:

    1. Annoying Blinking: There is one existing review from another customer that has a concern about how bright the flashing colon is between the hours and the minutes, as viewed on the blue screen. I can only surmise, but for the typical prospective purchaser: don’t worry about such a thing. The person who provided the review, and complaint, they must be hyper-sensitive to light when sleeping (it isn’t even a bright screen when all of the lights are off in your room). So don’t worry about it, and should not give you pause in the least. (Later edit of review…On the top of the unit is the ‘Snooze/Brightness’ button that provides four degrees of brightness to engage simply by depressing the button. Very functional feature. Again, this provides a response to a previous customer review mention the excessive brightness of the colon signal between the hours and minutes)

    2. App required: Anticipate needing to download one simple app for your iPod or iPhone, when you get the product set up on your desk or dresser. Not a big deal. You’ll be prompted to go to the Apple App Store and download the app. This is not a hassle.

    3. Radio Reception: I can review at this early stage the radio reception. Living on the fringes of Columbia, Missouri, I typically don’t have an issue with radio reception. With this device the antenna is at once sufficient and effective. The reception is noteworthy and excellent.

    4. Volume: I haven’t even put the device past level 10 and I am so pleased with how it fills out my relatively small bedroom. I don’t need much in the way of volume, but I wanted something more that would lift the sound beyond the small speaker on the iPod. This Sony dock totally meets my needs.

    5. Remote Control: To be honest, when I reviewed the product on Amazon’s page before deciding on purchasing it, I couldn’t care less about the remote control. But, I have to say that I have already used the remote and actually find it convenient only because I don’t have to be physically near the dock itself. Silly, I realize this, but it truly isn’t a bad feature to have. It isn’t a deal-breaker, but it is surprisingly nice to have as an option.

    6. Sound Quality: When I first encountered the Bose dock that came out back in (was it 2006 or 2005?), that device absolutely shocked me with its ability to convey a full sonic experience. I have a hunch that this one will be a favorite of mine for quite some time (I think the Bose price is absolutely unnecessary, so I chose Sony). I haven’t taken it through its paces as yet, but even up to level 10, the sound is quite inviting. I am enjoying the ‘Mega-Bass’ feature, I think it is noticeable, but not overcompensating.

    7. Antenna Set-Up: Easy. Antenna is made of cheap, cheap plastic. I was a bit surprised by how cheap it looked and felt. (Quality of the signal is still excellent for where I live). I can’t pretend to know how and if the device would grab signal in a remote location.

    8. Physical Appearance/Feel: It feels a little plastic(ky), but nearly everything in our world is made of plastics. We can get away from the stuff. What would we expect, a product made with a metal housing? If dropped, this might be a delicate piece of merchandise and makes me wonder how well it would hold up falling from a 4 1/2 foot tall bedroom dresser, if an accident occurred. Solve the problem by putting it near the middle of the dresser, hide the cord so as to prevent tripping, and be more careful with your stuff. I am still pleased with my purchase even though it does feel a dainty, delicate, plastic(ky), very breakable in the event of the wrong unintended fall.

    Should you buy it?: I thought I would just bite the bullet by paying the price. I thought the price would be backed up by quality because I trust Sony products. I just needed something a little louder for my alarm (taking on a new overnight job in a week). But I also wanted a device that would produce a little more volume for my room. I have been able to meet both needs with this Sony device.

    Recommendation: I would recommend this to prospective customers.

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  2. 37 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Pleasantly surprised. Sounds very good, LOVE the features, November 12, 2011
    J. Hannah “Radio Junkie” (Orlando, FL) –

    I just replaced a 3 year old Sangean RCR-3 which started acting up after just 3 years. The dimmer circuit started to fail causing the display brightness to constantly go from dim to bright and dim to bright forever. It was like it was possessed or something. I was spoiled by some of the features of the Sangean but after having it fail for no apparent reason I didn’t want to buy another. Besides, they don’t offer a model that I like which allows iPhone docking.

    Ok, I got home and plugged this clock in and INSTANTLY the correct time was showing. It seems that Sony has a feature that Sangean could learn from. They use a backup battery that holds the time for up to a year in the event of a power failure. Sony preset the time at the factory too. Not only does it have a user replaceable CR2032 battery but in the event of a power failure the alarm will still go off! It will be the standard beeper alarm and not a radio preset or iPod song but at least you get an alarm, Thats very important.

    Setting the alarm (2 of them) is easy. You can do it with the controls on the radio or use an iPhone/iPod app. The app is even easier but either way it’s a snap. You can wake to a beeper, radio or iPod. You can set it to Every Day, Weekdays or Weekends. Now here is where the Sangean had it beat. The Sangean allowed me to set an alarm to go off Every Sunday for example or Sun and Tues or any combination you can think of. I like that flexibility but the Sony isn’t bad. Oh yeah, with the Sony you can set the volume of the Alarm too. Sadly it doesn’t gradually ramp up the preset volume to wake you gently but that’s ok. You can program the Snooze duration up to 60 minutes if you want. The display brightness is manually adjustable to 4 levels and I find it to be very legible from most angles and from across the room. Wish it had an ambient light sensor though. Maybe I should design my own clock radio and submit it to Sony to build, LOL. If only……

    The radio tuner is quite good. It pulls in stations with ease. No drifting or static. Sadly it doesn’t display RDS information either but again oh well…. I find the sound quality to be quite good. For all you audiophiles out there I’m sure this radio isn’t going to please you but for me I find it very good. It is no where near the sound quality of Tivoli, Bose or Polk so get that out of your head right now. What do you expect for this price point? What you do get is a good quality Stereo with excellent midrange and decent bass and treble. It has a SOUND button that allows you to switch on Mega Bass and/or Mega Expand or simply set it to normal. You cannot set the bass and treble manually like an equalizer. You only get the presets defined by Sony. These tiny speakers do not produce any harsh boomy bass. The sound to my ears is very crisp and clear, not muffled and not tinny or cheap sounding. Overall just a good quality sound for this price point.

    It comes with a credit card remote that works well from across the room. What I really like is how well it integrates with my iPhone 4. I tried a Sangean radio with a dock and it would turn on the iPone music player but would not turn it off. It had software issues where the Sony just works.

    I’m sure there are features that I neglected to mention but a quick glance at the Sony website to view the owners manual should answer all your questions.

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  3. 33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Ipod Accompany, November 24, 2011

    This review is from: Sony ICFCS15iPBLK 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock (Electronics)

    This is a really great docking system, the sound quality is much better than other ihome, idocks. It also has radio and remote control functions. The only bummer is that it doesn’t come with the cable connecting to other MP3 players.

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