Philips DS1155 Speaker Dock with Lightning Connector
Philips DS1155 Speaker Dock with Lightning Connector
The Philips DS1155 speaker dock brings high-quality sound to your bedside. Designed to work with your iPhone 5 and iPod models with Lightning connector, this speaker is a versatile audio system that tells time, wakes you up, works as a nightlight, and can charge two devices simultaneously.
- Charge and play music on iPod/iPhone via Lightning connector
- Rich omni-directional sound to fill your bedroom
- Shielding technology blocks mobile phone interference
- Charge a second iOS device via USB
- 6W RMS total output power
- Soft-glow night light
- Clock synchronizes automatically when iPhone or iPod is docked
- Sleek, efficient design fits on any bedside table
- 360-degree design for eye-appeal from any angle
Did you notice?Omni-directional speaker is perfectly sized to fit a nightstand or bedside table.
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What's in the Box?
- Philips DS1155 Speaker Dock with Lightning Connector
- Aux-in cable
- Power supply
- User manual
- Quick start guide
- Input Type: 3.5mm Stereo Jack, Lightning Connector, USB
- Other Features: Lightning Connector
- Connections: Lightning
- Speaker Configurations: Stereo
- Power Source: AC
- Mfr. Part Number: DS1155/37
- UPC or EAN No.: 609585231221
- 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
Ratings & Reviews
CAUTION: Not compatible with iPhone alarm!!
I was very disappointed after purchasing the DS1155 to find out that it does not work with the native alarm on the iPhone 5. It en I was very disappointed after purchasing the DS1155 to find out that it does not work with the native alarm on the iPhone 5. It ends up playing both out of the iPhone 5 speakers and the dock and as there is a delay between the 2 you get this weird delayed crazy sound. The other outcome is no sound at all.
Philips knows about it too. You can see for yourself if you Google "ds1155 alarm audio comes out of both iphone speakers and dock speakers but desynced"
The non-compatibility issue should be mentioned in the product description on apple.com.
Otherwise, it does do a good of being a phone charger with a clock. …
- Written by Jason T from Montreal
62 of 71 people found this useful
Good as a speaker not so great as a clock
The dock has a really nice design, strong and sturdy! The volume from the speaker is always really nice, goes surprising loud and The dock has a really nice design, strong and sturdy! The volume from the speaker is always really nice, goes surprising loud and had a quality much better than some of the other cheaper docking systems that I have used in the past. The USB port in the back is a perfect addition as it allows me to charge my older 30 pin dock iPod whilst having my iPhone 5 in the dock itself charging them both (sometimes i charge my camera through the USB too). As for all this talk of alarms not working, they work fine for my iPhone, both the timer and alarms from the stock clock app play through the speaker just fine (as well as ring tones and other notifications). The main downfall of the dock is the clock it is far to dim to be seen in the day during a sunny day and there is no way to increase or dim its brightness. The LED light halo makes for a nice novelty as it is far to dim to use as a bed side light and often only stays on for a minute or two at most (though this can be dimmed). Missing an AUX input is disappointing and no bluetooth or radio capabilities does limit the device to straight lightning devices but its not too pricey so I can't expect it to have everything. Over all this is a nice dock for charging your phone of a night and having a louder alarm for when the volume of the iPhone speaker doesn't quite wake you up. …
- Written by Sam W from Orpington
24 of 24 people found this useful
Phillips DOck Studio App pretty useful
Allows you to set alarms within the dockstudio app. Also has a sleep timer, display location weather. Can fit phone while in case Allows you to set alarms within the dockstudio app. Also has a sleep timer, display location weather. Can fit phone while in case on the dock. Dock has a nice LED glow/night light adjustable brightness halo under base of station. App displays weather and either digital or analog clock (can also dim display brightness within the app)/ Can play audio from ipod music library, the 'tunein' radio fucntion from phillips app does not work as there is no radio tuner built into the dock. Weather is from accuweather.com.
Audio is decent, but the audo from the JBL one is a bit louder and crisper. Gets pretty decently loud, do not play at top volume unless you want to mess up the speaker!
Dock has buttons built into the wood for volume and halo brightness.
Handsome little device, obviously has a digital clock built into the base which syncs with the devices timer.
Has a built in extra usb port for charging an extra device (does not play music over the usb).
Ringer and iOS alarm play through the speakers.
Phillips dockstudio alarms obviously play through the speaker.
The reason I swapped the JBL one for the phillips (only two docks so far with lightning docks) is that the JBL would auto turn off to save power so after an hour the phone did not push any audio to the speakers.
Phillips works well for any lightning ipod or iphone, would likely work with an ipad.
The built in lightning adapter is adjustable and swivels front and back.
THere is a handsome glass support also built into the dock.
All in all a good product for fucntion. If you want to simply play music as loud as possible at the best quality get the JBL one micro (extra $10). If you want function get this dock.
Both docks are pretty sleek and modern looking. …
- Written by Abdul W from Acton
20 of 22 people found this useful
Be warned--you have to remove your case to dock
This dock does NOT work with ANY iPhone or iPod cases, which makes it not very convenient. If you don't want to remove your case e This dock does NOT work with ANY iPhone or iPod cases, which makes it not very convenient. If you don't want to remove your case each time, you need to plug into the back of the unit using standard lightning-to-USB cord, which sort of defeats the whole purpose--I have plenty of other audio devices I can plug the iPod into the back using Audio-in port, but I wanted a charging dock on my nightstand that was an alarm clock and played top quality audio (this unit does have excellent sound quality for such a small speaker). Back to my search... …
- Written by Barry A from Wilmington
I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend. He works in an office by himself with an old school desktop to keep him company. He ha I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend. He works in an office by himself with an old school desktop to keep him company. He has the iPhone 5 but never really listened to podcasts or anything which is something I do to get me through my day. This little speaker is very nice; it's compact and the wood tone & black makes it sleek enough to fit in his professional environment. He also wanted to be able to charge his phone while at work without having to remember to bring a cord home or shelling out $30 for a new one so this was a two-in-one purchase. Unfortunately he has to remove the phone case to use the adapter but other than that, this was a great buy! …
- Written by Susan S from Yorktown
Marginal at best
The App is pretty stupid, and it needs one. It does Sleep well. It does not always sound the alarm - which is not good. You can The App is pretty stupid, and it needs one. It does Sleep well. It does not always sound the alarm - which is not good. You cannot rely on the Phillips alarm app, which also does not do internet radio as advertised, and the touch zones for the app "buttons" are tiny and you have to use the very, very, very, tip of your finger to use this stinky app. They have not updated the app in a looong time either. I would steer away. Better sound can be found elsewhere too. Minimal documentation with purchase rounds out the utter disappointment in this deal. …
- Written by Spencer L from Park City
0 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Will this both charge my iphone 5 and play music from it
- Asked by Alexandra M
- Nov 3, 2013
Yes it will, using the standard music app, and alarms you set in the Clock app play through the spea Yes it will, using the standard music app, and alarms you set in the Clock app play through the speaker too. You can control the playback volume with the buttons on the dock. However, I can't get it to work with the Philips companion app, so it's really just playing through output from the built in apps …
- Answered by David J
- Nov 5, 2013
Will this product work with an iPhone 4S?
- Asked by Martin A from London
- Dec 5, 2013
No as the iPhone 4 and 4S both have the 30 pin connector.
Only the new iPods and iPhones with th No as the iPhone 4 and 4S both have the 30 pin connector.
Only the new iPods and iPhones with the lightning connector will work. …
- Answered by Thom S from Sunderland
- Dec 18, 2013
when the phone rings while docked, will the sound come through the docking station ?
- Asked by Carl W. C from Sparks
- Oct 20, 2013
Will this work with the iPhone 5c?
- Asked by Nicholas P
- Oct 18, 2013
Yes, both have the Lightning dock connector. You should be fine
- Answered by Steven M from Leawood
- Oct 27, 2013
I assume this is okay with the 5s and latest operating system too?
- Asked by Douglas B
- Sep 24, 2013
I bought this today and it does work with 5S, just make sure you don't try to dock it with a case.
- Answered by Shaun B
- Oct 6, 2013