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.
Summary: Brazil - Gramado - Rio Grande do Sul no bluetooth I was look for a chip and the same time nice speakers and I found it offers many options of connection and works with iPhone 5 but all iPhone as well the iPads and others even laptops, I can use by wifi, cd play and radio FM - and many speakers on the Amazon this is my favorit.
Summary: Besides what everyone else had said about the product, I find the biggest drawbacks to this system to be the extremely long time it takes to appear in the list of available AirPlay devices from the time you power the unit on. It probably takes a full 2-3 minutes before it appears, which is puzzling as it other AirPlay capable devices in my house take about 20-30 seconds.
Summary: I bought this for a parent who has an iPad, because I thought it would be the simplest way for them to listen to music. It is very simple when Airplay is working properly. However, I discovered a number of instances where it would not work properly. The speakers were available but there was no sound. The iPad could not discover the speakers. It would not switch back to Airplay after using the radio.
If you love music look elsewhere. C grade sound quality.
J. Tu, Amazon
19 November 2012
Summary: First off let me list off other audio products I own to give you a background: Klipsch Promedia 2.1 (home computer speakers, old model unlike the new cheaply made ones) Klipsch Promedia 2.0 (work speakers) Sennheiser HD280 Pro Zoom H4n Mic Rode Video Mic I don't consider myself an audiophile at all, but do appreciate good audio. Some would consider those items listed above high end, some would consider it entry level. I listen to EVERYTHING.
Summary: The item was delivered from Amazon very quickly. I unpacked it and started to test it out the next day. Within a few minutes it failed and displayed an error message that indicated that the power supply was faulty. Following the directions in the user's manual, I called Panasonic. They indicated that I should return the unit to them for exchange, which I did - at my expense. After a few weeks and not knowing what was going on, I contacted Panasonic.