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BOSE® SoundDock® Series III-Green £109 @ RGB Direct
BOSE® SoundDock® Series III-Green £109 @ RGB Direct

BOSE® SoundDock® Series III-Green £109 @ RGB Direct

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Looks like a decent price for this sounddock. Free 2 year warranty.

Proprietary acoustic design delivers a unique combination of small size and proven performance. Convenient remote controls the system and basic iPhone or iPod functions, including playlist navigation.



This system is compatible with iPhone and iPod models with an Apple Lightning connector.
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Great price, dreadful colour and a shame no Android device support (as far as I know).

Hot hot hot hot hot

pcworld.co.uk/gbu…tml (Out of stock) at the moment but £69.97 in white and blue (PCworld)

PC World ones are them getting rid of stock, not getting them in any more may be lucky to find one in store if you fancy a wild goose chase

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legit retailer?

RGB Direct? Yes they are.

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ok ordered, cheers

can you get a new style Bluetooth dongle yet?

got one for my sounddock portable

WillieGallimore

legit retailer?



Have been going for years

does it work with iphone 5s and 6?

is there any such quality thing for Android devices??

Pretty sure these have 30pin connectors and therefore are being reducer

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Not sure on the colour..

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kano21

Pretty sure these have 30pin connectors and therefore are being reducer



Series III have lightning connector

rporteo

CommentSeries III have lightning connector

yes they do have a lightning connector

Do these come with apple AirPlay?

peaceboi

is there any such quality thing for Android devices??



I'm sure you get some decent Bluetooth docks for that price

kpmatthews

I'm sure you get some decent Bluetooth docks for that price



although the nature of having Bluetooth would rule out the need for a dock

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renderbots

yes they do have a lightning connector


Iphone 6 will not fit, the audio jack moved by 3mm

Great price

My iPhone 6 Plus in silicone case plays fine on this.

antw

CommentIphone 6 will not fit, the audio jack moved by 3mm



What has the audio jack got to do with it?!?!?

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bmehboob

What has the audio jack got to do with it?!?!?



I was thinking the same thing!

I guess this may be a good price compared to the "normal" price, but these really do not sound as good as other systems that are much cheaper.

If you are going to buy one, I suggest you listen to one first.

I listened to one last week in the Bose Gunwharf outlet - not as good as I had hoped. In fact my 3 year old sony duck sounded better.

So what's a good alternative with lightning for iPhone 6 plus?

bluetooth dongle is the way

kano21

Pretty sure these have 30pin connectors and therefore are being reducer

pretty sure you can charge iPhone 5 with 30pin connector?

Agreed with others who have answered the question of compatibility with the iPhone 6, I have the 6 Plus with the official silicone case and it fits perfectly. I also have the Spigen Tough Case, but the case is too deep for the dock, this is a possible solution for that problem Cablejive Extension

And just to comment on those saying the quality of the sound produced isn't as good as hoped? I have had the dock since its release, and couldn't be happier with it. I have experienced various levels of quality mind you, but that is all to do with the source material! Download poor quality mp3 files and you will have problems! use the iphones built in equalizer and you will create harsh trebles and woefully deep bass with a washed out mid-range. Turn the EQ off in Settings>Music

Between me having a 5 and 6 Plus, I ran with the OnePlus One as my daily driver, and used the 3.5mm jack with a good quality 3.5mm-3,5mm cable, and the quality was woeful. I have eliminated the 3.5mm port element of the dock as using that method of connection to play tunes from my 6 plus, is just as good as when docked via the lightning cable, so inherently that eliminates the cable also!

I couldn't recommend this enough and if I could get one at the price PCWorld have them, I would buy a second one for the kitchen
Edited by: "ben1979" 8th Dec 2014

good price and great colour for colour blind people

coming up as £139 for me

Probably a really stupid question, but can this be used with an Ipad mini 2, or would it either not balance on the connector or cover too much of the speaker?

yeah the price fluctuated last night too.

Price appears to be £139 now, so should this be expired ?

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ben1979

And just to comment on those saying the quality of the sound produced … And just to comment on those saying the quality of the sound produced isn't as good as hoped? I have had the dock since its release, and couldn't be happier with it. I have experienced various levels of quality mind you, but that is all to do with the source material! Download poor quality mp3 files and you will have problems! use the iphones built in equalizer and you will create harsh trebles and woefully deep bass with a washed out mid-range. Turn the EQ off in Settings>MusicBetween me having a 5 and 6 Plus, I ran with the OnePlus One as my daily driver, and used the 3.5mm jack with a good quality 3.5mm-3,5mm cable, and the quality was woeful. I have eliminated the 3.5mm port element of the dock as using that method of connection to play tunes from my 6 plus, is just as good as when docked via the lightning cable, so inherently that eliminates the cable also! I couldn't recommend this enough and if I could get one at the price PCWorld have them, I would buy a second one for the kitchen


Hmm that's a worry then, if the 3.5mm input sounds awful

WillieGallimore

Hmm that's a worry then, if the 3.5mm input sounds awful



But as I said, I eliminated the dock as the same 3.5mm port used with my iphone produced contrasting results. It was more for info, a lot of people blame these docks, especially the expensive ones for not being worth the money, but half the time it's down to source material! You load cheap(or otherwise freely obtained) low quality mp3 files on to a handset and you will get equally low quality results. In the instance I experienced, it was the cheap, OnePlus One that was the issue. Having owned one, and was very active on the forum, it may have been down to a bug in the EQ settings on the phone, that may or may not have been addressed in CM updates. I didn't wait around to find out with it.
Edited by: "ben1979" 11th Dec 2014
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