Reviews and Problems with Altec Lansing Moondance GLOW - M402
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Robert G. Alamo "Chgolatin-one", Amazon
17 February 2010
Summary: Purchase this product after all of the reviews. Hate it the sound from the start, sounded too bass heavy and the overall construction of the unit was questionable. Overall I wouldnt recommend it. Do yourself a favor do not go by feedback alone, do your homework!
Summary: The audio sounds above average, the remote snooze is great, but you can't wake up to a reasonable volume level! The unit has only 3 settings of low, medium, and loud volume for your alarm when set to wake up to your iPod or radio. I hate being This is very aggravating. Even the low volume is too loud - especially when I don't want to be jolted into waking up by the sound of the alarm.
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) Altec Lansing M402SR Moondance Glow Speaker System with Clock Radio, Snooze Remote, and iPod Dock (Black) I was so looking forward to testing out this iPod dock radio combination. Reality, is a BIG disappointment. At a retail of $180 I expect something for my money. This device does not deliver. The unboxing is a straight forward if unexciting affair. Cardboard box surrounding molded Styrofoam.
Just ok... Will probably never use as an alarm clock
18 March 2009
Summary: Customer review from the Amazon Vine™ Program ( What's this? ) I was pleased to see that this is a solid, well-built unit that is sleek in design. A little on the large side, it might take up a significant amount of space on a small nightstand. The first thing I noticed is that the controls on the top of the unit are extremely touch sensitive. For me, it made setting alarm times rather challenging.