1. DenverJohn1's Avatar
    I have been scouring the inet to find a decent bedside clock radio that has the following required specs:

    Good to decent A/M and F/M Radio reception, good to decent sound output, line in jack for other MP3 Player, Line out jack for headphone or pillow speaker, adjustable clock display the I don't have to put celophane over to dim at night. These fairly basic clock radio requirements then need to be compatible with an iPhone 3-G to minimize interference and allow basic phone capabilities.

    I use my iPhone for podcasts and music and like to listen to at night, as well as listen to AM and FM broadcasts. What is the bid deal with offering a Headphone jack. I don't want to use the iPhone jack as I want it for AM and FM as well.

    I have looked at all the iHOme products and none have the features I am looking for, mostly the headphone jack issue.

    Help would be greatly appreciated.
    04-02-2009 09:44 AM
  2. lgreenberg's Avatar
    Funny I've been searching for the exact same thing for months.

    No luck.

    I'm using an iHome product and it works great but no headphone jack.

    I like the Sony too but no headset jack on it either.

    That seems to be the toughest thing to find.
    04-02-2009 03:27 PM
  3. DenverJohn1's Avatar
    It is a funny thing about the Headphone jack. I did find the BA unit below which does have a headphone jack, but is not totally iPhone compliant. If I am going to spend more money to buy a good clock radio I want something the works well with this awsome phone.

    You can view this unit at Amazon.

    Boston Acoustics HDUOIMDNT Horizon Duo-I System
    04-03-2009 08:55 AM
  4. Nellybelly333's Avatar
    I have been scouring the inet to find a decent bedside clock radio that has the following required specs:

    Good to decent A/M and F/M Radio reception, good to decent sound output, line in jack for other MP3 Player, Line out jack for headphone or pillow speaker, adjustable clock display the I don't have to put celophane over to dim at night. These fairly basic clock radio requirements then need to be compatible with an iPhone 3-G to minimize interference and allow basic phone capabilities.

    I use my iPhone for podcasts and music and like to listen to at night, as well as listen to AM and FM broadcasts. What is the bid deal with offering a Headphone jack. I don't want to use the iPhone jack as I want it for AM and FM as well.

    I have looked at all the iHOme products and none have the features I am looking for, mostly the headphone jack issue.

    Help would be greatly appreciated.
    Have you looked on logitech.com? THey have a great set of MP3 alarm clocks. The Pure-Fi line I believe.
    04-03-2009 10:30 AM
  5. lgreenberg's Avatar
    Doesn't look like the Logitech's have a headphone port.
    04-03-2009 11:27 AM
  6. DenverJohn1's Avatar
    I would love the Logitech unit, IF IT HAD HEADPHONE JACK. That is my issue and would appreciate if anyone knows what the issue is about the headphone jack.
    04-03-2009 04:44 PM
  7. Nellybelly333's Avatar
    I have a hard enough time to find Ipod docks that are compatiable with the iPhone, never mind all the things you are asking for... I just do not think that something like that is available. Sorry.
    04-04-2009 01:58 AM
  8. Txdogs's Avatar
    Hey fellas,

    I could care less about the headphone jack. Which of the Iphone stereo/radio/ clocks docking stations really plays great sound?
    04-04-2009 10:42 AM
  9. John T's Avatar
    Hey fellas,

    I could care less about the headphone jack. Which of the Iphone stereo/radio/ clocks docking stations really plays great sound?
    It all depends on your personal idea of great sound...

    Acceptable (or very good) sound yes, but none of them play great sound because the iPhone doesn't produce it in the first place - no MP3 player is capable of that!
    04-04-2009 10:57 AM
  10. DenverJohn1's Avatar
    I still have not found anything with a headphone jack. I can't believe no one makes a decent clock radio Iphone 3G compatible with this feature. What up with that?
    10-31-2009 04:53 PM
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