Has anyone had one of these not so great pieces of equipment? The docking mechanism in my daughters is no longer working and as near as I can find nobody repairs such things locally. Anyone know differently? It would seem that they are common enough to be something someone could make a few bucks fixing!
Do they make such a thing that attaches with the cord rather than the dock? That would seem less likely to break.
I have this one for work and I love it, my office is in the middle of the building and it still pulls in a good reception with the antenna just plugged in. It also has an auxiliary cable that allows you to plug into the earphone jack of an mp3 player as well as the docking port. Not the cheapest option but seems like it will be working for a long time.
I was just in TJMaxx the other day and they had these (all sorts of brands) there. Starting at $15 and up. For that price, I'd just replace it.
Originally Posted by drmwevr08
Really? This was a $100 unit just last year. Guess that says a lot!
I'm guessing the unit you have is still $100, there are quite a few other iHome options for less money but the alarm clock/radio one is still $100. A co-worker has one, almost a year now, and he loves it, have you contacted the company to see if there is a warranty or any other option available from them? Some companies are great with their customer service (still) even after the warranty is up.
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