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Stream music from your device to the IKB333S for unrivaled control of your listening experience. Listen to music, news, weather, and traffic with the FM radio. The IKB333S also features a kitchen timer, a handy kitchen light, and a simple wall mounting kit for easy installation.
- Bluetooth Wireless
- Digital FM radio with 20 presets
- Digital clock with single alarm
- LED lighting with dimmer control
- Kitchen timer
- Pairing Button, Play/pause button
- Digital volume control
- Built-in stereo speakers
- Battery back-up (requires 2 AAA batteries - not included)
- Includes - AC/DC adaptor, mounting hardware, warranty and user guide
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- Connected Home Protocol :
- Disc Capacity :
- Electronics Features :
- Bluetooth,iPod compatible
- Product Depth (in.) :
- 9.09 in
- Product Height (in.) :
- 2.44 in
- Product Width (in.) :
- 7.32 in
- Returnable :
- Smart Device Enabled :
- Stereo System Type :
- Wireless Standard :
- No Wireless
Ratings & Reviews
of customers recommend this product
- Works; some dumb UI choices
January 07, 2014
Nice tidy little package, much smaller than the non-Bluetooth under-counter radio it replaced. Pairs easily and sounds OK. It's the only thing with comparable features I could find at this price point. However ...
1) The button labels are tiny, so if you have bad eyes like me, trying to manipulate this without your glasses inevitably results in something dumb happening, like setting an alarm or timer that'll go off hours later. And man, is that sucker loud! I accidentally set a timer to fire while I was out of the house, and could hear it from the driveway when I returned home.
2) In a stroke of boneheaded design, when you're listening to the radio, the display shows ONLY the radio station number but not the time. You can't toggle between time and channel number. So, you can't, for example, listen to NPR while making your kid's lunch in the morning while simultaneously keeping an eye on the time -- you have to power off the radio to get the time to display.
2) Boneheaded design choice #2: 'Volume' has up/down buttons. 'Tune' has up/down buttons. 'Memory' (remembered radio stations), on the other hand, is only a one-way control. So, say you set NPR on memory position 1, and that's all you care about; and thereafter you accidentally hit the 'Memory' button. Now you're listening to static. Because there's no way to jump to the previous memorized station, you need to press the button 19 more times, scrolling through all 20 memory positions (19 of which are static) to get back to NPR. Ugh!
This thing would be SO much nicer if the control labels were more visible, if the clock displayed in perpetuity (maybe displaying the channel number for a few seconds when you change stations), and if the unused Memory positions were hidden until assigned.
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