Pure Chronos I-Dock Series II VL-61266 digital radio in white
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About this item
The white 'Chronos I-Dock Series II' digital radio from Pure combines a digital and DAB radio with an iPod and MP3 input. It comes with technological functions such as a digital amplifier and reduced power consumption along with multiple customizable alarms and an automatic brightness control
Model number: Chronos iDock Series II
Made for iPod designed to work with most iPod models
Mains power supply: 100-240V AC to 9V (1.5A) DC external power adapter (supplied)
Speakers: Two custom-tuned 5W speakers
Works with iPhone approval your guarantee of perfect iPhone compatibility
Input connectors: 9V DC power adapter socket. iPod/iPhone connector with 4 supplied adapters. 3.5mm aux in socket. USB connection (Mini-B type) for product upgrades only
Output connectors: 3.5mm stereo output for headphones. PowerPort for compatible USB accessories. (5V, max 500mA)
Pure PowerPort for USB accessories
Digital and FM radio
30 station presets (digital or FM)
Four independent alarm settings, with wake to iPod/iPhone, digital radio, FM or a tone
Light sensor adjusts the display brightness to suit the light levels in your room
Browse and play tracks stored on your iPod/iPhone via remote control
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