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I have the same problem. I used in on a trip to Europe and plugged it in on 220v. Now I have to replace the power adaptor and I took it to 3 different repair shops. They all told me thye needed to know the specification of the power adaptor, like output voltage and mA in order to change it. But these info are not specified on the adaptor like it should. So I spoke to a sony representative over a online chat and she told me the adaptor doens`t come with the speaker, it's not from sony and they do not have this onformation I needed. So we tried with a 500 mA 3v and the clock was showing but there was not sound, the ipod was not being charged, etc. So we changed it to a 900mA and 6v. It works now! Well, I don know if these are the right specification but everything is working perfectly. I'm just not sure if it can get damaged after a while if these are not exactly the right voltage and power.
Don't know for sure, but the special keys need a driver you have to install (which is written for an Apple machie, so probably won't work. The normal key may work, but you might have to ID the keyboard. If you can connect an iPod to a PC via a USB cable to sync it (have never used a pc so don't know if that's possible), the PC may be able to see the iPod.
All in all, maybe.
I don't understand why the instructions for turning off the alarm were not included with the rest of the directions. So you can tell your "elite experts" that I figured it out on my own. I will just unplug the clock radio. Let me know if they come up with a different solution.
Silly me! I needed to hold down the mode button on one of the gazillion remotes you get and magic happened! I could see the GUI. As for the Internet Radio, now I can see where to enter in the IP address and proxy so I will give that a try and get back to you all.