Summary: I bought this unit for my office. I didn't want to spend too much for a good product that might "walk away" or get damaged. Overall, I like it. The sound quality is good for FM and iPod. The setup was intially a bit confusing, especially tuning radio stations and setting the time, date, etc. I would agree that the lowest setting "1" could be a bit lower. However, I think this was a pretty good deal overall.
Summary: Pros: The unit has a nice solid look and feel. The weight makes it feel like a quality item. There is no thin plasticy feel anywhere. The sound seems pretty good for a clock radio, I'm no audiophile but I would say it sounds rich. Cons: I consider myself to be very good with computers and electronic gadgets. I found the instructions were required for almost every step of the setup. Nothing about the controls is intuitive.
Summary: Good Product in terms of the portability, iHome has a similar product but its a bit wider. The negative point about this product is that it is not battery operated and hence not meant for outdoors
Summary: There must be an agreement amongst manufacturers of anything designed to dock with an iPod that it must cost at least $75. While the Altec Landsing Moondance Home looks good, the design department and the engineering department really need to get together and figure things out. I bought one of these and put it together when I got it home. As far as looks and components this product is first rate, however once you plug it in the adventure begins.
Summary: This unit by Altec Lansing is well received at our house. After purchasing many ipod "accessories" only to find them lacking in quality or disappointing in performance, this Ipod / Clock Radio was a pleasant surprise. It is easy to navigate all controls, however some functions share a button to do different functions. Sound quality is similar to a common table radio, but it gets the job done as an alarm clock or a table radio.
Summary: I had this unit out of the box and was mildly pleased... * A little light and cheap feeling. * Button layout and function o.k. * Display o.k. * All features work with my iPod touch. Now how about the AM radio... hmmm, click, click, click. Wha? No AM radio? Back in the box, back to the store.
Summary: The Altec Lansing M302 Moondance is a very nice unit. It looks great. The screen is crisp and clear. The sound is very good. It charges IPODs while they are docked. The FM radio sounds very good. It is a small unit. It won't replace a stereo system with good speakers, but the sound is crisp and clean. It's a terrific unit for a bedroom or a desk. I bought one for my daughter's birthday and I plan to buy a second one for my desk.
Summary: Maybe a bit more expensive than other models but it's worth the price. All the required features are there: Ipod alarm (and a second alarm available), remote start-stop and volume control, panel brightness control, and above all, great sound for its small size. A no brainer choice.
Summary: This is a decent alarm clock that does the job. There is a learning curve to setting-up the clock and the alarms that others have noted. For me it's better than the Ihome which always seemed to wake me up to a series of beeps.