Cons: Price. Wi-Fi connection is an issue. Would play great with my 4 year old MaxBook Pro but would stop playing on our I-pad and I-phone. Would have rest it the Zeppelin and press play again. Poor support No one to call or info on the net.
"Waiting for audiophile-version of iPod speaker dock."
19 August 2011
Pros: Pros: All the things previously said in other reviews...
Cons: Cons: Pricey for what it is, and it doesn't even connect via Bluetooth. Not crazy about the shape of the system either. Still waiting for excellent sounding BT Audio technology integrated into a superior iPod speaker dock with the ability to hook up multi
Summary: Pros: Zeppelin is really handy with it's airplay. It works great and stable for me from any device. Cons: sound is not great at all. Zeppelin produces big fat bass even at low volume and that is all about it. No details in the middle, no trebles. I think it may work fine for house music but everything with instruments and vocal involved sounds really dull and poor. It actually sounds like if bass was fighting the rest of the spectrum (despite even being set to -1).
Sounds great, but loses 2 stars because of the naff wifi setup.
22 January 2012
Summary: Let me save you a couple of days - you CANNOT have any "special characters" such as an ampersand (&) in your wifi network name, or password. Since this is very common among anyone who is used to using secure passwords (including me) you may well have to reconfigure every device on your network in order to get airplay to work on the Zeppelin.
Summary: Looks good but sound is no were near as good as my now sold Bang and olufsen system,very basey.Just wanted a simple no nonsense way to play my ipod tunes so it will do the job.haven`t tried the airplay bit yet but will up date.