iHome iH36 Under the Cabinet Entertainment for your iPod | iLounge



The thing about all these class of electronics designed for under-cabinet kitchen installations...they tend to get a bit gamey after a while, particularly if the kitchen's a smaller one (which is exactly the sort of space a compact device such as this would be suited for). While it's probably better that there's a drawer for the iPod, I wonder how 'nice' the iPod will be after a few weeks of airborne grease and cooking oil. Alter all, not everything manages to go up through the range hood exhaust fan.

And as for the high humidity of a bathroom, or the sort of dirt and dust found in a home workshop...well, I suppose Apple does make plenty of iPods if one ever needs replacing due to the environment it's exposed to.

Posted by flatline response on June 22, 2006 at 12:44 AM (PDT)


After we installed the unit under one of the cabinets in the kitchen, it experienced a lot of erratic behavior (changing radio channels, turning on/off, mute, etc.). Called iHome and was instructed to take the unit back to the store where it was bought. Received a new unit which had the same problems. After I covered the IR receiving sensor the problem went away. Must have been the interference from the fluorescent lights in the kitchen. I Would epect that more users would have this problem, but have not seen it described anywhere else.

Posted by Casbah on December 23, 2006 at 5:44 AM (PDT)

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