These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
For troubleshooting information, you can visit the XtremeMac Luna Troubleshooting Page.
Identification and Background ¶
In 2006, XtremeMac released the Luna, a home audio system with AM/FM radio, iPod docking, and an alarm clock feature. The alarm clock includes adjustable volume and a custom snooze duration that can range from 1 to 60 minutes. The Luna also features adjustable bass/treble settings and an auxiliary port on the back. Luna's 2.75" display features date and time, alarm times, and current radio station. It has an adjustable brightness setting, and backlight can be deactivated.
Other XtremeMac docking audio systems include the Tango (2006), Luna X2 (2008), and the Luna SST (2010).
It is visually similar to its predecessor, the Tango, with a white plastic top and bottom and black grate around the sides. It has four silver rotating buttons for controlling volume and settings on the top of the unit, as well as an iPod docking port. The Luna only accepts 4th and 5th generation iPods.