Most of those iPod/iPhone speaker docks are carbon copies of each other with some smoke and mirrors to make you think they’re the one to buy. The TimeCommand actually has something going for it that other docks don’t. First, what you could have figured out yourself:
The nicely designed oval shape holds an iPad as sensibly as an iPhone/iPod touch; courtesy of a pivoting dock connector. Sure you can jack a regular iPod into it, but then you couldn’t use the free alarm app with all the tech choices built-in. Info transfers back and forth between the app and the TC, so the two are always synced the same. The time and alarm are highlighted on its front in big bright LEDs (unless you’ve dimmed them).
Buttons riding the top to set the time, dual alarms and handle ongoing functions. They’re strategically placed just in front of the dock so you can smash it for a few extra minutes of napping when you’re told to rise and shine. The battery backup designed to keep the time/alarm kicks in, should the power cord come unplugged after you throw the alarm at the wall.
The feature that no other iDock alarm clock has is the lamp feature. You just plug the night table lamp into the receptacle on TimeCommand’s back. Now you got quick On/Off control over incandescence illumination. But it gets better because you can also dim that light.
What about sound? Its stereo, driven by reasonably good speakers. Better than most clock radios for starters. There’s also another app (Stern: Connect App) that you can use to fine-tune audio using a 5-band graphic equalizer with bass enhancements, ambient white noise, presets and Internet radio support.
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