Summary: This is really a very high quality.I read the Review, and others doubted. All very easy to use. sound quality. easily clings to the home network via wi-fi. there are minor inconveniences to create their list of radio stations.
Summary: Sound quality is fantastic...rich deep bass and clear highs. Not sure why other reviews ding it for not having a lightning connector (iPhone 5)...when this was released the connector wasn't even out. Only now are lightning devices starting to show up. Also, with Airplay you don't need it. The Airplay works fantastic. Used it with my iPhone 5, iPad Mini and MacBook Air running OS X Mountain Lion.
Summary: This is an excellent speaker dock. I used it with my iPod touch and it worked great. It can get pretty loud if that's your thing. I also used an auxiliary cable (Not included) to connect it to my laptop and watch The Amazing Spider-man. The sound quality was great. One of the great things about this dock, that sets it apart from others, is how easy it is to connect to the internet.
Summary: I bought this sound system for about half the Amazon price. Even so, it's definitely not worth the money, for 20 bucks, you get PC speakers that sound a lot better. There is a Super Bass feature, but you can barely hear any difference at all if you turn it on. There are "Tone" settings, you can set Treble and Bass between -3 and +3, but as the speakers are totally crappy, that won't help.
Summary: I was excited to get this - I know the brand and equate Onkyo with high quality. But, in the end, my expectations were not matched by the reality. First, I had a problem noted by a few other reviewers. I could not get the speaker to connect to my wireless network. I tried dozens and dozens of times with the clunky menu and data input interface that is present for setting up the network.
Elegant Design. Mediocre Sound Quality. Works With iPhone 5 (and Most Any iOS Device)
P. Colin McGraw "AV, Computer & EnviroTech Nut", Amazon
2 October 2012
Summary: I had high hopes for this speaker, since Onkyo A/V receivers have a rock solid reputation, but the ABX-N300 ended up being a mix of cool looking industrial design but so-so sound. The speaker looks like it's floating on its metal base, hovering is space, and it curves toward the base in a way that the pictures don't do justice. The top is one sleek piece of black plastic with touch-sensitive areas that light up with blue LED "buttons" that fade away when not in use.
Summary: The easiest way to configure this thing is by connecting a wired ethernet cable, and then point your web browser to the IP of the N300 (your wireless router that runs your DHCP will tell you this). From there you get a reasonable web configuration page. FWIW, I could not press the [MENU] button to get to configuration screens on the box itself. Now I have it on wifi using a browser.
Summary: Caught it on sale for under $100. I was going by the look and the Onkyo name. It IS a rather handsome piece - the design and look is along the lines of the products of B & O. So, on both fronts, neither the look nor the sound disappoints. On the other hand, I do agree with some of the reviewers that the set up of the wifi and radio stations were not quite user-friendly.
Summary: Pros Relatively cheap on a Woot deal. Sounds pretty good Looks nice Cons Klipsch sounds much, much better This one loses Airplay connection and won't easily get it back. Have to screw with it a long time, unplugging, etc. Airplay support is not complete. When it works, it works from iTunes but not from all apps. This was my first Airplay receiver and helped me learn the ropes.