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Style Name: Lightning connector | Colour Name: Black
Made specifically for devices with a lightning connection, this alarm clock docking station is the essential bedside system. Not only will it wake you up with great sound, but thanks to its compact and stylish design, it looks good too.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that radio alarms are a relatively modern invention, but it’s believed that ancient Greek philosopher Plato used a large water clock to wake him for early morning lectures. The KS XDock2 is a bit more sophisticated than that, though. It may be small enough to sit comfortably on your bedside table, but this clock dock is surprisingly loud for its size. To make life even easier, there’s a battery back-up to save your alarm and radio settings if the dock becomes disconnected from the mains and the ‘Shhhh!’ snooze button is slightly larger than the others so it's easier to find first thing in the morning. Combine all this with a soft-touch material and an easy to see LCD panel and waking up won't be quite as difficult as it was before you bought the KS XDock2.
Whether you choose to wake to the FM radio, the buzzer, or your favourite iTunes, the XDock2 gives you the flexibility to wake up how you want to. A fully functioning alarm clock, this speaker dock’s large LCD panel is bright enough to display the time, alarm status and musical input clearly, yet subtle enough not to keep you awake at night. Tuning in to your favourite station is easily done by pressing the advance button to scan manually or holding down to auto-scan and you can save up to 10 stations to the XDock2’s memory. What’s more, you can press the ‘Shhhh!’ button for an extra nine minutes sleep, because let’s face it, no one gets up on the first go do they?
As well as charging your device whilst allowing you to play music through the speaker, the XDock2 has simple controls which allow you to play, pause, skip tracks, fast forward, rewind and increase or decrease the volume at the touch of a button. If you're listening at night, the handy sleep function will turn off your iPhone/iPod after a pre-determined period of time. The music will slowly fade out and stop, allowing you to have a peaceful night's sleep.
Giving you ultimate flexibility, you can also connect other devices via the auxiliary input jack located at the rear of the device. Simply connect your music device via a 3.5 mm audio cable and play music through the XDock2's loudspeaker.
As with all our products, the XDock2’s sound quality has been engineered to get the most from the space it’s in. The rear firing speaker is designed to bounce sound off the wall and around your room to give you a surprisingly loud and detailed audio experience for something so small.
We are craftspeople. We are musicians. We are KitSound and we all commit ourselves to achieving one shared goal – bringing people closer to their music. By understanding music we stay true to its craft. Pure, rich, incredible sound. We settle for nothing less.
At KS, we believe your music deserves to be listened to on great quality products that don’t cost the earth. We might not all share the same taste in music (the ferocious disputes on music forums prove that), but whether it’s Irish folk, death metal or any number of obscure genres which seem to be multiplying by the minute, the artists responsible for connecting with you through their craft have bared their souls to do so. And we think that’s worth celebrating.
i was very happy with the fast delivery and love my little clock radio dock i can take it in any room thank youPublished 2 days ago by margaret
I don't know if it was just mine but the time kept changing, the clock light was harsh and the sound wasn't that great.Published 4 days ago by Simon says...
Absolutely loved this item. Does everything I wanted it to do. Sound quality good for a small radio/speakers . Read morePublished 6 days ago by Mandy
Just about OK, I only really want it to charge my phone and display the time which it does. The time had to be set manully as it doesn't sync like the instructions said, always... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Stephen M. Poole