iHome iPL10 Lightning Dock Dual Charging Stereo FM Clock Radio with USB Charge/Play
iHome iPL10 Lightning Dock Dual Charging Stereo FM Clock Radio with USB Charge/Play
Whether you want to play and charge an iPhone 5 or an earlier-generation iOS device, the iHome iPL10 speaker system is up to the task. Thanks to its built-in Lightning dock for the latest iPhone and iPod models and a USB port that allows you to connect older iOS devices with your own 30-pin to USB cable, the iPL10 gives you outstanding convenience and flexibility. The iPL10 also delivers impressive sound, while saving space in any location. High-fidelity drivers in a specially designed Reson8 speaker chamber with EXB expanded bass circuitry ensure that you hear every detail of your music. Plus, you can wake or sleep to the sounds of your iPhone or iPod or any FM radio station.
- Dock for playing and charging iPhone or iPod models with Lightning connector
- USB port for playing and charging iPhone or iPod models with 30-pin dock connector
- Stereo system with two 40 mm speakers
- Works with iHome+ apps for expanded functionality such as time setting, custom alarms, and more
- Operates and charges with included Universal AC adapter
- FM radio with six programmable presets
- Auto Sync automatically syncs unit to docked iPhone or iPod time in seconds
- 12- or 24-hour time display
- Programmable snooze
- Battery back-up maintains settings and alarm if power is interrupted
- EXB sound enhancement for added bass
Did you notice?Auto Sync automatically syncs the time on the iPL10 to your docked iPhone or iPod.
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What's in the Box?
- iHome iPL10 system
- Universal voltage (100-240V) AC adapter
- Drivers: Two 40 mm dynamic speakers
- Height: 4.49 in./11.4 cm
- Width: 5 in./12.7 cm
- Weight: 1.21 lb./0.55 kg
- Length: 5 in./12.7 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: iPL10BC
- UPC or EAN No.: 047532901993
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One-year limited
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Ratings & Reviews
Just got the iPhone5 and needed a new iHome docking station. This is a great product that serves its purpose as dual charging. I c Just got the iPhone5 and needed a new iHome docking station. This is a great product that serves its purpose as dual charging. I can still have my legacy products charging while my iPhone5 is docked on top of the unit. I was shocked by how great the sound is amplified out of this unit and it also fits perfectly on my nightstand!
Great buy and would recommend it to all! …
- Written by Nikki A from West New York
94 of 102 people found this useful
Nice radio, but a little too bright
The sound and size of this clock radio is great. It works fabulously with iphone or ipod with lightning connector. The time displa The sound and size of this clock radio is great. It works fabulously with iphone or ipod with lightning connector. The time display unfortunately is too bright. Even on its lowest setting, it's like having a night light on your bedside table. It really needs a couple more settings that are extra dim. Also, setting the alarm time is painfully slow. If you wake up at the same time every day, it won't be a problem. However if you're a shift worker and change the alarm time frequently, you'll be frustrated. …
- Written by Joseph N from Kingston
94 of 103 people found this useful
Great product but IPhone5s with Apple case doesn't fit
The product is great and very simple to use. I was nicely surprised that the time is automatically synchronized with the iPhone ti The product is great and very simple to use. I was nicely surprised that the time is automatically synchronized with the iPhone time.
The only drawback so far is that my iPhone5s with Apple or Casecrown cases don't fit in the dock.
On a different note: brightness of the LCD screen... it can be adjusted to 3 different settings simply by pressing the snooze button. …
- Written by Herve B from Gaithersburg
88 of 94 people found this useful
A Marvel of Poor Engineering
After my iH16 decided that buttons were for chumps and stopped responding to button presses, I decided to pick up the iPL10. At $7 After my iH16 decided that buttons were for chumps and stopped responding to button presses, I decided to pick up the iPL10. At $70, it was quite a jump from the $40 iH16. I assumed that the price jump meant better quality and ease of use. Externally, this was correct. The iPL10 is a nice looking alarm clock. The mesh that extends all the way around the alarm clock gives it a nice texture and feel. The smooth silver-painted base contrasts well with the black mesh, and both create a unifying feel. The inclusion of a soft rubber pad and movable/rotatable lightning dock is also a step up, but only for those with iDevices with lightning ports. (This clock will not fit iPads due to its small size) The USB port at the back was also nice, but I still have to test whether it charges and responds to alarms with non iDevices. (I see no reason why it would not) On the inside, flaws start to develop. These range from minor annoyances to infuriating problems. First, the sound quality isn't that exceptional. The iPL10 also is extremely quiet compared to the iH16, as it seems to be only able to reach ~60% of the iH16's volume. The way that the unit operates is one of the largest flaws. Seemingly designed by the Ubisoft team that brought us all Uplay, the iPL10 tries to make your time with it as inconvenient as it can. When setting an alarm, you can only edit it by the seconds. There is no way to edit hours. You have to just sit there by the clock and hold the + button as the minutes tick by. The iH16 only had 2 non-unit specific buttons, and it still could change the time or alarm in an hour/minute setup. On top of this, the only way to add the alarm is to edit it again, which will add the alarm icon to the clock face. The unit also seems to have 3 buttons that turn things on or off. The mode button switches inputs, but also has an off function. The "power" button has an on/off setting, and the preset button has an off setting. The "power" button also doesn't control the power of the iPL10, but whether the device attached to it is backlit or not. The power button will just act as the sleep/wake button on the iPhone. The only way to turn on music from the phone is the preset button, basically an unneeded pause button that could have easily been merged with the power button. The alarm on th eiPL10 will only go off if you have all 3 different ports in sync with each other. You have to make sure the iPL10's alarm volume is turned u[ and is on. you have to check whether the system volume is up, which will mysteriously turn itself off for no specific reason. Finally, you have to see if your iDevice's volume is up. Not only this, but you have to have an active song loaded and playing on your device the entire time. The buzz alarm on the clock is not controlled by volume, but by 2 settings: Hi and LO. Both are far to quiet for those who sleep with fans/earplugs or live in a loud area. And the alarm only sometimes goes off. Even when set to the iPL10's loudest volume, an arbitrary 40, the alarm just won't go off. iHome Sleep is not compatible with this, even when following instructions.
TL;DR: Expensive clock that seems to be designed to work against you. Avoid if you actually want a functioning alarm clock. Cheaper iHome models will be louder than this, and actually work. Overall, a dismal excuse for a higher end alarm clock. …
- Written by Helga B from Mohnton
6 of 8 people found this useful
As others have mentioned, great product - but too bright. Rather than illuminating just the numbers, this particular product illu As others have mentioned, great product - but too bright. Rather than illuminating just the numbers, this particular product illuminates the entire screen. So even when you select the dimmest possible setting, its a large blue screen shining at you. In a pitch black room, its insanely bright. …
- Written by Terry C from Salt Lake City
6 of 11 people found this useful
The main docking port is for iPhone 5 only. If you have an iPhone 4 or earlier, you have to use the cord and the port in the back. The main docking port is for iPhone 5 only. If you have an iPhone 4 or earlier, you have to use the cord and the port in the back. Otherwise, a really nice product. …
- Written by HEATHER W from BRANTFORD
6 of 7 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
IPhone 6 4,7" compatible?
- Asked by Rafa V from Sevilla
- Oct 12, 2014
Yes and yes.
- Answered by Jim E
- Oct 13, 2014
Is there an alarm that can be set independently from the phone?
- Asked by Tracey S from Brooklyn
- Sep 9, 2013
Yes, the unit has a single everyday only alarm that can be set to wake you to a buzzer or any of the Yes, the unit has a single everyday only alarm that can be set to wake you to a buzzer or any of the inputs (FM radio, iPod or USB). …
- Answered by Al N
- Sep 13, 2013
How would I connect my iPod classic to the speaker?
- Asked by Joy M
- Sep 15, 2013
Plug an Apple 30-pin to USB Cable into the back and you should be able to play your music through th Plug an Apple 30-pin to USB Cable into the back and you should be able to play your music through the speakers as if it were docked on the top of the alarm clock. …
- Answered by Kristina L from Laurel
- Oct 19, 2013
can iPL10 charge an iPod 4th generation on the charging dock?
- Asked by Jennifer O from White
- Dec 22, 2013
No, the charging dock is the 8-pin Lightning connector only. You can charge (and play) the iPod via No, the charging dock is the 8-pin Lightning connector only. You can charge (and play) the iPod via the 30-pin cable plugged into the iPL10's rear USB port - just not via the dock. …
- Answered by Jim E
- Dec 23, 2013
Do I have to have Wifi to use the radio?
- Asked by Jessalyn H from Richland Center
- Oct 18, 2013
Can this be used with the iPod Shuffle?
- Asked by Wendy F from East Freetown
- Nov 16, 2013
No, sorry. Further information can be found by clicking the compatibility tab
- Answered by Paul W
- Nov 21, 2013