Summary: A present for my bother, he really likes it. He hook it up with a Blue Tooth device that allows him to control it with his iPhone almost anywhere in the house. Fits really nice in a conner of a room, looks good enough that his girlfriend let him put it in living room.
Summary: Sounds awsome. I would have given it 5 stars but the remote don't work and had to contact the company about getting a new one. So far have not heard back from them . Now to get a remote is going to be a headache.
Summary: It's okay - not great, but doesn't suck either. 600 Watts is really misleading. This thing doesn't really go that loud (not like a dj system or pa speaker system). The software interface and ability to control the unit itself is pretty minimal and even somewhat lame.
Best stereo sound I have heard from an Iphone docking unit.
William J. Simmons "bill simmons", Amazon
18 December 2013
Summary: I have owned this Pyle docking tower for over a year. It is hands down the best sounding stereo that I have owned. It is also a good looking unit that sits in a corner without taking up a lot of space.
Summary: I purchased this home theatre tower for the cozy confines of my Classroom Studio. At first, it worked perfectly, but due to the fact that the small electronic wedge that inserts into my iPhone lacks any kind of effective support for the phone (leaving it to wiggle), it eventually came loose with its...
Summary: Decent sound. I was expecting a lot more power for the manufacturer claiming 600 Watts. More like 50!!! When turned up the distortion is awful. However, I have high expectations when it comes to electronics.