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JBL On Time Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelJBL On Time
DateNov 2008
RMS rated power12 W
Frequency range70 - 20000 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)80 dB
Weight & dimensions
Weight1.2 kg
Diameter25.4 cm
Audio output channels2.0 channels
Magnet typeNeodymium
Colour of productWhite

Reviews of JBL On Time
Reviewed on 2007-01-17
Editor’s quick look: Today we are going to take a quick look at the JBL On Time iPod clock radio.The JBL On Time features a really unique halo design that projects sound in all directions, creating a nice balanced feel. I can connect an iPod via the...
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Reviewed on 2006-09-06
Great Sound AM/FM Radio Included Sets Clock Automatically Innovative Design
No Remote Display and UI Feel outdated High Price
JBL’s On Time is a hybrid alarm clock/iPod Dock that can crank out tunes all day long without missing a beat.
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Reviewed on 2006-06-22
Does one major negative always have to outweigh all the positives? This was the major question we kept asking ourselves when reviewing the JBL on Time iPod Alarm Clock/Stereo. Can one major flaw in a unit make or break the product? Read on to find out ...
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Reviewed on 2006-06-16
Looking like something out of the Sharper Image catalog, JBL’s On Time is the coolest-looking iPod alarm clock we’ve seen. The display is large and sharp, and the buttons are big, with a prominently-placed snooze button atop the speaker arch...
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Reviewed on 2006-06-06
Impressive sound quality. Flexible alarm options. Good connectivity options. Attractive design.
LCD viewing angle isnt perfect. LCD could be more prominent.
Looking very much like something out of the movie Stargate, the JBL On Time ($249.99 list) is one of the most interestingly designed iPod speakers on the market. It combines iPod charging/playback, FM/AM radio, and dual–alarm clock functions while p...
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Reviewed on 2006-05-31
Stylish. Good overall sound quality.
Bass a bit distorted at high volumes. No remote control.
Heres an artsy - and fine-sounding - alarm clock. The iPod is no ordinary digital music player, so its fitting that the JBL On Time looks far from ordinary. This alarm clock can play music from your iPod, and it looks good on your nightstand - ass...
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Reviewed on 2006-05-24
Unique, modern styling that matches the iPod, Good sound quality at low to medium volume, Charges your iPod while you sleep, Can be used to wakeup to your favorite song(s)
Sound quality drops off sharply at higher volumes, Alarm issue with latest firmware for 5G iPods, Menu navigation system isnt the best option for all controls, Questionable value considering the price
So you just couldnt resist running out and buying an iPod after reading our recent review of the nano and now youre itching to run out and get some sort of cool accessory since you have all that extra money burning a hole in your pocket, right? There...
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Reviewed on 2006-04-27
Talk about your all-in-one systems. Harman Multimedia’s JBL On Time is the iMac of iPod accessories. The US$299.99 system combines an iPod dock, charging station, dual alarm clock and speaker system in one device. It’s available in both black...
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Reviewed on 2006-03-22
Distinct halo design; wake to iPod songs; built-in dock for most iPod models also doubles as charger; line-in/-out; buttons are backlit.
No remote included; somewhat pricey.
When it comes to iPod mini stereo systems, JBL has a thing for circles. The companys On Stage products look like iPod docks surrounded by circular speakers, and its latest creation, an iPod clock radio called the JBL On Time, deifies your iPod with wh...
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Reviewed on 2006-02-20
A museum-class all-in-one speaker system worthy of the iPod family, delivering clear, balanced stereo audio from three medium-sized drivers, and featuring a complete, sophisticated digital AM/FM clock radio with dual alarms. Properly supports...
Lacks a remote control. High-volume performance isn’t as strong as competitors at same or slightly lower price points, and price-to-performance ratio isn’t as impressive as in past JBL offerings. Despite screen controls, clock size and vi...
Two-thousand-five conclusively established three facts about iPod-specific speaker systems: first, there’s a group of people willing to spend up to $300 for speakers, but second - and despite better options - those people will generally buy Bose&rsq...
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Reviewed on 2006-09-28
Great design, balanced sound, charges your iPod, can be powered by batteries
No remote, no bass or treble adjustment The Final Word The On Time combines good sound quality with an excellent design and ease of use, but lacks a few features that we have come to expect at this price.
The On Time combines good sound quality with an excellent design and ease of use, but lacks a few features that we have come to expect at this price.
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Reviewed on 2006-07-18
Compatible with a very wide range of iPods, Stereo aux-in allows connection of laptops and iPod Shuffle, Choose what song to wake up to, Huge, robust snooze button
Considerable cost, iPod Nano wobbles on the dock
With its circular speaker surrounding an iPod dock, neon blue display and shiny surfaces, JBLs On Time (also known as "The Time Machine") certainly has a distinctive look. This is a positive thing if youre looking to purchase a striking iPod audio sy...
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