Logitech Rechargeable Speaker S715i for iPod and iPhone What HI FI Best Buy 2011 @ Amazon £67.22

Logitech Rechargeable Speaker S715i for iPod and iPhone What HI FI Best Buy 2011 @ Amazon £67.22

Found 27th Feb 2012
Ok, not massively cheaper than the rest, but this sound dock has some very positive reviews. What HI FI magazine voted it best sound dock under £150 (2011 Awards). Great sound and rechargable battery too :-)

Was looking for a cheapish sound dock, this is the one I'm going for.

Product Features
Driver unit: 76.2 mm
Colour of product: Black
Compatible products: Apple iPhone; iPod
Volume control: Digital
Battery technology: Nickel Metal Hydride
Plays and charges your iPod and iPhone
Powerful balanced sound from eight custom-tuned speaker drivers
Portable design, travel case and rechargeable battery for up to eight straight hours of music wherever you go
Wireless remote lets you control music functions from up to 30 feet away
Trayless dock works with iPhone and any iPod with a Universal Dock Connector
Technical Details

Supports iPhone and all iPod models: Yes, with Universal Dock Connector
Supports earlier iPod models (1st generation – 3rd generation): Yes, via 3.5 mm auxiliary input
Supports other portable music players and smartphones: Yes, via 3.5 mm auxiliary inpu
Warranty: 2-year limited hardware warranty
3” laser-tuned neodymium drivers: 2
½” neodymium tweeters: 2
2” passive radiators: 4
Rechargeable battery: Nickel-metal hydride
Battery life: Eight hours
Travel case: Soft
Remote control: Infrared
Dock: Trayless
Auxiliary input: 3.5 mm
Community Updates
Agreed it's very good, but I have 2 similar devices at home, so all maxed out. Also you can get this cheaper at comet (last time I looked.....apologies if wrong)
There is a newer version of this boombox, which although over £100 can be got off the fleabay.....
And why bother???.....because the newer version will 'link Wirelessly via Bluetooth' and therefore you can connect any Bluetooth device, not just iPhone, iPod, and yes IPads too.
Now is it a massive leap ahead in terms of sound quality (for the wireless version), probably not, but in terms of connectivity it is light years ahead, which is why I am after one.
Now to the OP, I would say the S715i (especially at this price), is still the best rated budget speaker in its class, so if you want to spend sub £70 then this will rock your world. If your are after a newer generation device with better connectivity (and have the extra shekels), go for it's bigger bro'.
Either way it's a win win scenario....and how often do we get one of those eh ?
While not massively cheaper than other places, for the money this is a great dock and a great buy.
heard it in richer sounds & at my mates, the sound quality is very impressive. i know tesco direct had these pre £60 around the xmas/jan period, but, since increased the price.
Sounds great, but £74.99 now on Amazon UK
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