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iLive IH319B


$70.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Great price point for an iPod dock that also plays CDs. The included remote control is well laid-out, sports a decent range. The speakers aren't attached to the main unit, allowing for some freedom of placement.

The Cons:It's a bit of a hassle getting an iPhone in or out of the dock. The plastic enclosure over the main unit makes the iPod's screen a little hard to see, especially from across a room.

The iLive IH319B is a hi-fi sound system featuring an integrated CD-RW player AND universal iPod dock. Users also have the option of connecting external audio players via the system’s RCA line-in and auxiliary line-in jacks.

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Included also are a plethora of command functions for controlling/operating one’s iPod, as well as programming and adjusting CD playback. The centerpiece to the iLive IH319B is its stereo speakers, each outfitted with professionally crafted cloth grills—giving it the appearance of a serious boom-box. Other notable aspects include digital AM/FM radio, a digital clock with a timer function, and a wireless remote control.

Features

  • Hi-Fi Sound System
  • CD-RW Player w/Controls
  • iPod Dock w/Controls (+Recharge)
  • RCA/Auxiliary IN
  • Stereo Speakers w/Grills
  • Digital AM/FM Radio
  • Digital Clock w/Timer
  • Wireless Remote Control

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    Great price point for an iPod dock that also plays CDs.

  • 1

    The included remote control is well laid-out, sports a decent range.

  • 1

    The speakers aren't attached to the main unit, allowing for some freedom of placement.

  • 1

    Very small and lightweight, making it a good choice for a bedside radio.

  • 1

    Sound quality is more than passable considering the size and price of the unit.

Cons
  • 2

    It's a bit of a hassle getting an iPhone in or out of the dock.

  • 1

    The plastic enclosure over the main unit makes the iPod's screen a little hard to see, especially from across a room.

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