2 reviews

iHome iH15

$60.00 Released January, 2001

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Large carrying handles for better portability. Relatively good sound for its small size. Works overseas - 100-240V compatible.

The Cons:Not compatible with iPhones. Muddy bass response. No built-in clock - doesn't work with the iPod alarm clock either.

The iHome iH15 is an LED color-changing stereo system that features an integrated iPod dock. Outfitted with a translucent design, the iH15 is configured to change into different colors such as pink, blue, green, and yellow.

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Users can either pre-set their own favorite color or let the cube select its own light-up sequence based on the tracks that are playing. In addition, the iH15 comes equipped with a pair of Reson8 speakers and a passive subwoofer that work together to reproduce a broad range of audio. Estimated to retail for slightly under $85, the iHome iH15 is slated for a Spring 2009 release.


  • Charges and Plays iPods ONLY (no iPhones)
  • Translucent Design That Changes Colors
  • Pre-Set Options
  • Reson8 Speakers
  • Passive Subwoofer

User Reviews (2)

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    large carrying handles for better portability

  • 1

    relatively good sound for its small size

  • 1

    Works overseas - 100-240V compatible

  • 1

    unique light-up color sequences

  • 2

    not compatible with iPhones

  • 1

    muddy bass response

  • 1

    no built-in clock - doesn't work with the iPod alarm clock either

  • 1

    doesn't include the required 3.5mm stereo cable for non-iPod devices

  • 1

    volume buttons can be somewhat unresponsive

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