Zunerama Reviews the iHome ZN9 Clock Radio and Audio System
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://www.zunerama.com/zune-accessory-review-ihome-zn9-clock-radio.php' target='_blank'>http://www.zunerama.com/zune-access...clock-radio.php</a><br /><br /></div><em>"The ZN9 is the world's first Zune clock radio, scheduled to be released July 2008. iHome, the venerable maker of iPod and other audio accessories, sent Zunerama a review unit to test out this week. With a boatload of features - including Zune adapter plates, gradual wake and sleep settings, separate weekday/weekend alarm times, multiple dimmer settings - we found a lot to like in the ZN9. And its $99 price tag doesn't hurt the wallet much either."</em><br /><br /><img border="1" src="http://images.thoughtsmedia.com/resizer/thumbs/size/600/zt/auto/1213307385.usr1.jpg" alt="" /><br /><br />Harvey from Zunerama has <a href="http://www.zunerama.com/zune-accessory-review-ihome-zn9-clock-radio.php" target="_blank">cranked out a fast review of the iHome ZN9</a>, a product we've been watching for a while now. Overall, he gives it solid marks and has no real complaints. I have a question though: do you program it to play specific playlists, or does it simply play a random shuffle all the songs on your Zune? Because there's certainly music on my Zune that I wouldn't necessarily want to wake up to...and some music on my Zune would probably lull me back to sleep rather than waking me up. Anyone know how this works?