Time to upgrade your alarm clock?
Subject: General Tech | December 11, 2014 - 02:56 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: audio, bluetooth, clock
The Edifier Tick Tock Bluetooth alarm clock will remind the older readers of the windup alarm clocks of long ago but this one has a few new capabilities. Apart from the digital display and 5 programmable alarms it is an FM radio with a pair of omnidirectional 4W speakers with a frequency response of 90Hz-20kHz. That gives it much better sound quality than your average clock radio although the bass is poor, understandable considering the size of the drivers. In addition to the FM you can input audio via an auxiliary input or pair it with a Bluetooth device so you can also fall asleep listening to the Tick Tock. It is currently in stock on Amazon for $50 and might make a good gift. Check the review at Madshrimps if you know someone who needs help with their sleeping patterns.
"Do not be deceived by the mousy look of the retro Edifier Tick Tock Bluetooth retro alarm clock; thanks to the dual drivers, it is able to produce decent quality sound without distortions and at pretty high volumes. The bass is a little on the low side which is perfectly understandable but considering the overall size of the device, we cannot consider this as a negative point."
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