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Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod

Audio Player Video Player Photo Viewer Voice Recorder - 7" LCD

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Item No.  649382
Mfg Part No.  ICFCL75IP
Product Condition:  New
Manufacturer:  Sony

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Highlights for Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod
  • Screen Size:7"
  • Built-in Devices:Card Reader
  • Resolution:800 x 600

Marketing Information

Adorn your bedroom, living room, or office with contemporary flair. The ICF-CL75iP multi-function clock radio packs an array of innovative features into a space-saving design. View photos and videos on the 7" LCD screen or slide out the retractable docking tray to charge or listen to your iPod or iPhone music. There's even a 2-5-7 day alarm for waking to the radio, iPod, iPhone, Nature Sounds, or a pre-recorded personal message.

Software

Technical Information

  • Built-in Devices: Card Reader
  • File Formats: JPEG
  • Connectivity Technology: Cable
  • Media Support: Secure Digital (SD) Card
  • Product Functions: Audio Player
  • Warranty

  • Standard Warranty: 90 Day Limited
  • Controls/Indicators

    Interfaces/Ports

  • Ports: USB
  • Display & Graphics

  • Display Screen: 7" LCD
  • Resolution: 800 x 600
  • Environmental Conditions

    General Information

  • Product Type: Digital Frame
  • Manufacturer Part Number: ICFCL75IP
  • Manufacturer Website Address: www.sony.com
  • Manufacturer: Sony Corporation
  • Product Model: ICF-CL75iP
  • Product Name: ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod
  • Brand Name: Sony
  • I/O Expansions

  • Expansion Slots: Secure Digital (SD) Card
  • Memory

  • Standard Memory: 1 GB
  • Miscellaneous

    Additional Information

  • AM/FM Memory Presets: 20 FM/10 AM
  • Alarm: Dual
  • Speaker Output: 1 W x 1 W
  • Frequency Range: FM: 87.5 - 108 MHz, AM: 530 -1710 kHz
  • Voice Recorder: Record up to 10 seconds
  • Built-in Battery
  • Package Contents

  • ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod
  • AM Loop Antenna
  • Universal Dock Adapter for iPhone/iPhone 3G
  • Operating Instructions Manual
  • Warranty Card
  • Network & Communication

    Physical Characteristics

  • Dimensions: 5.83" Height x 8.09" Width x 4.70" Depth - Approximate
  • Weight (Approximate): 2.15 lb Approximate - Including Power Supply Unit
  • Form Factor: Desktop
  • Power Description

  • Input Voltage: 110 V AC
  • Storage

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    SonyICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod
     
    2.6

    (based on 132 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (15)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (26)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (28)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (18)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (45)

    48%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Design (3)
    • Looks good (3)

    Cons

    • Clock freezes (3)

    Best Uses

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Nice addition to the bedroom

      The clock works as advertised. I was interested in the clock as it was the first alarm clock that I had come across that diverted from the usual/old lcd/led digit display technology....Read complete review

      The clock works as advertised. I was interested in the clock as it was the first alarm clock that I had come across that diverted from the usual/old lcd/led digit display technology. I had leaned toward the "Kensington Rise&Shine" app for iphone/ipodtouch, but figured a product designed specifically as an alarm clock would be the way to go. Anyway - the clock is great during the daytime the background photo slideshows are a nice touch (note: using the internal memory for slideshows will include the Sony demo pics -- use external media for slideshows if you only want your content to be displayed) . The "night mode" can only be entered by manually cycling through the brightness settings -- it would be very nice if Sony would provide a method for the end user to set a time schedule for the clock to enter/exit 'nightmode'. That being said when the clock is in nightmode the display is rather dark...(less room illumination than any clock I've previously used)...it would also be nice if Sony allowed the user to determine the brightness/contrast level of 'nightmode' to suit individual tastes (note: I have this clock in my bedroom and prefer to have a dark room and hence utilize nightmode, the clock keeps the room dark, but sometimes the time is a little hard to see...some folks may not have an issue with the clock being 'bright' 24 hours a day). Anyway - perhaps Sony will provide a 'USB Software Update" for this clock and rectify the small issues mentioned above. I would buy this clock again...and am looking forward to when Sony releases an OLED version of this type of clock :) .

      VS

      Most Liked Negative Review

       

      Great Concept, Poor Execution.

      I have several major problems with this device. 1) It does not have shuffle. Sony's CD players back in the 1990s had shuffle (I owned one!). Every iPod since what, 2005...Read complete review

      I have several major problems with this device. 1) It does not have shuffle. Sony's CD players back in the 1990s had shuffle (I owned one!). Every iPod since what, 2005 or earlier, has shuffle. But this device does not. It cannot randomly play songs from your USB or SD storage medium (or presumably, from onboard memory). 2) Lack of a shuffle function causes varying degrees of boredom with regard to music selections. For example, playing from a USB or SD device yields your files in filesystem order - not horrible, but monotonous. On the other hand, when selecting one of these devices for music to use for your alarm, you have to pick a SINGLE FILE... so you wake up to the same song every morning. Not really what I would hope for. 3) The interface is too complex and insufficiently explained. While you can turn off the built-in images (others here have complained you can't), it is, for example, fairly confusing as how you start a photo slide show from a USB or SD device. It can be done, it's just... more difficult than it needed to be. 4) Finally, the built-in memory is mostly useless. To use it one must select files on other memory devices (like USB or SD, etc) one at a time. But these days people have hundreds if not thousands of mp3s and photos... so not MINIMALLY having a "select all" feature for copying is ridiculous. I for one will not take the time to select each one of my 450 favorite mp3s for transfer to the device; I doubt many others will either. [Conclusion] It is my fondest hope that, since this is a software device (i.e. updateable firmware), Sony will either correct some of these problems, or will release their firmware specs to the OSS community, who surely could improve the device considerably. But I am not interested in waiting for a device that works great, I would like one now... so I will be returning this product to the store. Better luck next time, Sony.

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      (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Great Concept, Poor Execution.

      By KSHCO

      from Denver, CO

      Comments about Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod:

      I have several major problems with this device. 1) It does not have shuffle. Sony's CD players back in the 1990s had shuffle (I owned one!). Every iPod since what, 2005 or earlier, has shuffle. But this device does not. It cannot randomly play songs from your USB or SD storage medium (or presumably, from onboard memory). 2) Lack of a shuffle function causes varying degrees of boredom with regard to music selections. For example, playing from a USB or SD device yields your files in filesystem order - not horrible, but monotonous. On the other hand, when selecting one of these devices for music to use for your alarm, you have to pick a SINGLE FILE... so you wake up to the same song every morning. Not really what I would hope for. 3) The interface is too complex and insufficiently explained. While you can turn off the built-in images (others here have complained you can't), it is, for example, fairly confusing as how you start a photo slide show from a USB or SD device. It can be done, it's just... more difficult than it needed to be. 4) Finally, the built-in memory is mostly useless. To use it one must select files on other memory devices (like USB or SD, etc) one at a time. But these days people have hundreds if not thousands of mp3s and photos... so not MINIMALLY having a "select all" feature for copying is ridiculous. I for one will not take the time to select each one of my 450 favorite mp3s for transfer to the device; I doubt many others will either. [Conclusion] It is my fondest hope that, since this is a software device (i.e. updateable firmware), Sony will either correct some of these problems, or will release their firmware specs to the OSS community, who surely could improve the device considerably. But I am not interested in waiting for a device that works great, I would like one now... so I will be returning this product to the store. Better luck next time, Sony.

       
      1.0

      Great Concept, Poor Execution.

      By KSHCO

      from Denver, CO

      Pros

      • It seems like it will do so many cool things!

      Cons

      • It doesn't quite pull it all off.

      Best Uses

        Comments about Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod:

        I have several major problems with this device. 1) It does not have shuffle. Sony's CD players back in the 1990s had shuffle (I owned one!). Every iPod since what, 2005 or earlier, has shuffle. But this device does not. It cannot randomly play songs from your USB or SD storage medium (or presumably, from onboard memory). 2) Lack of a shuffle function causes varying degrees of boredom with regard to music selections. For example, playing from a USB or SD device yields your files in filesystem order - not horrible, but monotonous. On the other hand, when selecting one of these devices for music to use for your alarm, you have to pick a SINGLE FILE... so you wake up to the same song every morning. Not really what I would hope for. 3) The interface is too complex and insufficiently explained. While you can turn off the built-in images (others here have complained you can't), it is, for example, fairly confusing as how you start a photo slide show from a USB or SD device. It can be done, it's just... more difficult than it needed to be. 4) Finally, the built-in memory is mostly useless. To use it one must select files on other memory devices (like USB or SD, etc) one at a time. But these days people have hundreds if not thousands of mp3s and photos... so not MINIMALLY having a "select all" feature for copying is ridiculous. I for one will not take the time to select each one of my 450 favorite mp3s for transfer to the device; I doubt many others will either. [Conclusion] It is my fondest hope that, since this is a software device (i.e. updateable firmware), Sony will either correct some of these problems, or will release their firmware specs to the OSS community, who surely could improve the device considerably. But I am not interested in waiting for a device that works great, I would like one now... so I will be returning this product to the store.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        UNRELIABLE!!! DO NOT BUY.

        By ledaniel

        from California

        Comments about Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod:

        This piece of junk its absolutely unreliable. I freezes frequently and I have to unplug and plug to revive the dock. Out of 30 days, the alarm only rings 25 times. I have to keep a separate alarm clock to keep me from oversleeping. The screen layout and home menu screen is unsophisticated and not very pleasing in the looks. The sliding dock is not stable and will slide back in very easily. And absolutely not worth the money! I'm selling mine!

         
        5.0

        SOFTWARE UPDATE!!!

        By SolarPrizm

        from Austin, TX

        Pros

        • can remove default pictures from slideshow
        • etc.
        • Excellent performance
        • No freezes
        • no random malfunctions

        Cons

        • but whatever)
        • I didn't know about an update soon enough! (and no remote

        Best Uses

          Comments about Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod:

          FOR ANYONE WHO DOESN'T KNOW:
          Sony releases software updates for almost all of their products. Go to http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/index.pl, and this will take you to a page where you type your model number. Type ICF-CL75iP in the model # box and hit "continue," now you see something that says System Updates/Firmware. You now will click on the system software update link. This takes you to a page telling you how to install the update software.

           
          1.0

          what is up?

          By bucky55

          from Hayward,CA

          Pros

          • Looks

          Cons

          • Everything else

          Best Uses

            Comments about Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod:

            never works for more than a week,must unplug to re- set ,clock numbers vanish ,dies during night,alarm goes off 1 hour later than set,had for over a year never worked and they still sell it! unreal

            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Buggy but Fixable

            By DennyL

            from SoCal USA

            Comments about Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod:

            I would have given this product One Star until I thought to get the Firmware update (1.07) from the Sony support site. Today I would give it 5 stars but I have to take points off for the fact that Sony let defective firmware get out in the first place. I bought mine 7 months ago, so all the inventory on the shelf Now probably has the good firmware version.

             
            3.0

            Buggy but Fixable

            By DennyL

            from SoCal USA

            Pros

            • Great Features
            • nice picture viewing

            Cons

            • Alarm didn't work and unit crashed every few weeks before fixing

            Best Uses

              Comments about Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod:

              I would have given this product One Star until I thought to get the Firmware update (1.07) from the Sony support site.

               
              2.0

              poorly made

              By quiltingtechie

              from Lathrop, CA

              Pros

              • Lots of functions

              Cons

              • Poor quality

              Best Uses

                Comments about Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod:

                Cheaply made. the buttons ceased to work including the volume control. This is the third of the Dream Machines I have purchased and they all failed within 6 months. Don't bother.

                 
                1.0

                Let down!

                By Anonymous

                from Fort Worth, TX

                Pros

                • Good features for a clock radio.

                Cons

                • Won't stay on.

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod:

                  Won't stay on all the time. If I'm able to get it to turn on, it works great, but it works about 1% of the time. What adds to the disappointment is that this was a gift for my wife.

                  (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  1.0

                  Not worth it.

                  By Progressive

                  from New York, NY

                  Comments about Sony ICF-CL75iP Digital Frame for iPod:

                  It keeps freezing. I have to unplug it every other day. You can't rely on the alarm. It keeps failing. It looks very nice but it does not work at all. Specially, when you pay more than $100

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