Summary: The sound is missing the bottom end, but overall works pretty well. No connectivity issues. Very easy to setup. The wife loves that she can play music without having to put her phone down and walk away. She can keep it in her pocket.
Summary: I've tried several Airplay speakers and settled on this one for it's simple elegant looks but it could have been better and iHome may have completely abandoned it. There haven't been any updates and every now and then I have to name the speaker again even though it doesn't look like there are any...
Summary: I bought this, and the Belkin Charge and Sync Dock. Together, they'll cost you less than $100, an absolute bargain! My first iHome from 2003 is still going strong, but it's starting to yellow, and a basic lightning adapter wouldn't have worked since the dock connector is slanted.
Summary: I have 3 of these, one in each work or hobby area for wireless (AirPlay) listening. My iPhone connects quickly and easily so that I always have access to NPR or Pandora or iTunes. EQ is adjustable so I can compensate for my typical older guy loss of high frequencies.
Summary: I had an eye for air play speakers for quite long now. But the price was too much for any speaker out there. I saw this with a discount lately and I grabbed two of those. If I had given 170-200$ per each, I would be very dissapointed now.
Summary: Bought it Nov. 2012, by April 2014 the rechargeable batteries would not hold a charge. Otherwise, the unit worked pretty well, but what's the point of a wireless, battery powered portable speaker that's not really portable after 18 months?