Good features, mediocre sound quality and poor WiFi
Luis A. Delgado Garcia, Amazon
8 March 2014
Summary: It has good features like Airplay and a docking for your iPhone 4, but it lacks sound quality, no deep notes, no crisp treble, a plain sound. The worse part is WiFi, I have to restart the wifi pairing at least once a month. No available updates in Software.
Summary: I bought this primarily for the airplay aspect of it, to make it easy to play music from any of the various devices and services we have. Thus far, it has worked well. It took a little extra effort to get it to connect to my wifi network initially. My wifi network SSID is hidden, and despite multiple attempts to get it to connect manually it would not.
Summary: It had the look I wanted, but was smaller than I really wanted. The sound is just 'okay' for a large bedroom. I love the fact that it charges my Ipod and instantly plays all the music from it with a touch of one button on the remote. Strangely, when you play music from the Ipod, one of the speakers is blocked by the open middle door that slides open to allow the Ipod tray to slide out. I wish it was a multi-disc player.
not bad, but slightly disappointed with the iPhone app + alarm functionality
Kai "etsak123", amazon.es
15 September 2012
Summary: great product to include normal radio + local iPod/iPhone playing & charging + AirTunes / AirPlay into one. I've mounted it on the wall - not many products can do that. About the alarm function: - it's horrible that the time is not displayed when the radio is switched off. It should continue with the time + an indicator if the alarm timer is active - it's horrible that the alarm cannot set a volume, ideally even an increasing volume ...
Schlechte Bedienung, verliert Einstellungen ohne Strom
17 June 2012
Summary: Leider verliert das Gerät =alle= Einstellungen (Sender, WLAN-Pairing) wenn man den Strom absteckt. Das geht eigentlich gar nicht. Mag sein dass der Standby-Verbrauch gering ist, aber irgendwann fällt auch mal der Strom aus oder man möchte das Gerät schlicht von A nach B bewegen. Die drei Cent für einen zusätzlichen EEPROM der die Einstellungen auch ohne Strom behält sollten eigentlich drin sein. Ich verlange ja nicht dass die Uhr weiterläuft.