Reviews and Problems with Soundfreaq SFQ-01 Sound Platform
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A solid product
30 May 2013
Summary: Audio is a very subjective thing and reflects mostly personal bias. Having said that, I found this product to be very solid. If you are looking for a product with superior bass performance, there are better ones out there. The bass isn't shabby by any means, but it is not overwhelming which is fine with me. I prefer a more balanced listening experience and this product provides that. It has very good midrange and treble response.
Summary: It sounds great. I use it to play music wirelessly from my iPad. It has good sound, good bass. Was worried about it being able to handle backyard (outside) cookouts, but it sounds great there too. Plenty of power and bass for outside. The iPad app for the remote is a great idea, very convenient.
Summary: I waited 2 weeks for the product!!! But it was well worth the wait. I rate it a 4 because it is for a 4th generation apple product and I have a 5th generation product and you cant use the speakers without purchasing another $30 piece of elecronic
Summary: For the price you pay, I think this is one of the best speakers on the market. And, I have done my research. The sound has real clarity and the bass does not overwhelm you. Even at high volumes the quality of sound maintains.
I almost bought a jambox, thank god I found this first.
S. Murray, Amazon
6 February 2013
Summary: I listen to a wide variety of music from hiphop to classical, but in the end, mostly classical. On the Jambox my test songs sounded far away and thin, the violins didn't sound full or alive. On this less expensive unit the same piece sounded beautiful. It can't compete with my husband's 3-foot tall speakers, of course, but what can? I bought this for the office. I use it with my iphone and with my iPad mini.
Summary: I don't have the soundfreaq system yet but I did look and play with it at target. I wanted to take it home the day that I played with it but i had to save up money..i'm 17 & i love music so i can't wait to have this in my hands!it has awesome sound quailty and it has better bass than my old ipod docking system!
Good sound, looks nice, but doesn't belong in a bedroom
GaryG7 "GaryG7", Amazon
2 January 2012
Summary: The sound is good enough for casual listening. I don't expect it to handle a big party. The Bluetooth connection is nice to have and the app allows you to change input sources. The biggest issue is that it was tricky for me to figure out how to let the unit play music streaming from Pandora. The Soundfreaq assumes that if you are using the Bluetooth connection that you want to play music coming from an iTunes playlist.
Summary: I picked this up to upgrade from the Skullcandy Pipe, mostly because I listen to music when I sleep and the Pipe's lowest volume setting is really still kind of loud for sleeping. The Soundfreaq solved that problem nicely, at least. My choices were between this unit and the Skullcandy Vandal, which is $180, so they're in roughly the same price range. As far as looks, the Vandal was the clear winner. The Soundfreaq is kind of ugly, to be honest.
Summary: At first I wasn't too sure about the brand. ( I was one of those Bose or nothing dudes), but I was pleasantly surprised at the quality and the features. You don't even need to have your iPod plugged in to use it. (bluetooth). This is also good for me because I'm constantly on iTunes, and since it's bluetooth I can hook it up with my laptop. -Awesome. It gets pretty darn loud without any kind of distortion.