XtremeMac Updates Luna iPod Alarm/Dock/Sound System To X2
We loved XtremeMac’s original Luna iPod Alarm/Dock when it first debuted and included it in our esteemed 2007 Holiday Buyer’s Guide. However, while sashaying through MacWorld we noticed that XtremeMac has updated the device to X2 status and enclosed it in a gorgeous all-black chassis. The Luna X2 marries an iPod alarm clock with quality audio performance to create personalized sleep and waking environments. The dual alarms can be independently set to sound to iPod, radio or buzzer, with optional settings for volume, display brightness and snooze time. Additionally, you can adjust volume ramping for sleep and nap functions.
The upgraded display features a variable brightness control that can be lowered to completely off at night, and set to brighten when the alarm sounds. Luna X2 boasts the same audio performance that made the original FutureMusic’s pick for 2007’s Best iPod Alarm Clock. Its two full-range precision speakers and hi-dynamic power amplifier make Luna X2 powerful enough to be a stand alone room audio system. The unit also features an AM/FM radio with eight station presets and an auxiliary line-in jack for connecting other devices such as the iPod shuffle or other MP3 players. Luna X2’s black exterior is accented with chrome to complement Apple’s new iPod models. The rounded corners and fabric covered grill allow Luna X2 to complement any room’s decor.
XtremeMac’s Luna X2 costs $120 and will be available next month. More information on the XtremeMac Luna X2.