iTeufel Clock v3

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iTeufel Clock v3

AM/FM alarm for iPhone/iPod: Wake up to your favourite tunes


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iTeufel Clock v3

Key advantages at a glance

  • AM/FM radio with alarm, remote, display, integrated subwoofer & extra line inputs
  • Integrated iPhone/iPod interface for accessing all your favourite tunes<br />
  • Extra line inputs for connecting additional devices<br />
  • Comes with a handy remote control<br />
  • Mini-subwoofer on the bottom <br />
Logo - Imaedia
"Real sound"
Imaedia 11/2011

I have to say sound-wise that this device has outdone itself. This system plays without burring or distortion even at higher volumes. A small included subwoofer supports the two full-range drivers and helps to pad the bass range with outstanding sound.

Result: 4 / 5 - "GOOD"

Included components

  • 1× Power supply for iTeufel Clock v3
  • 1× Remote Control iTeufel Clock v3
  • 1× iTeufel Clock v3


  • iTeufel Clock v3

    iTeufel Clock v3

    This radio alarm has a dock for your iPhone or iPod and an integrated mini-sub. Further features include an AM/FM radio, a digital clock, three additional alarms and an extra input. All functions can be operated with the compact remote.

    • Description Item
      Width 18.00 cm
      Weight 2.10 kg
      Height 7.00 cm
      Depth 17.70 cm
    • Description Item
      Stereo jack 3.5mm - in Yes
      iPod / iPhone Yes
      iPod Yes
      Analogue inputs Yes
      Stereo jack 3.5mm - in Yes
    • Description Item
      Display Yes
      Remote control Infrared
      Power supply voltage 230 volts
      Maximum power consumption 12 watt
      Safety class 2
      Standby-Function Yes
      Standby-Power consumption 0.63 watt
      Power output capacity sinus (RMS) Bass 3 W
    • Description Item
      Alarm Yes
      FM - UKW Yes
      RDS Yes
    • Description Item
      Enclosure type Bassreflex

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