Summary: For the size of the speakers and the unit the sound is not too good. I've only had the unit for 3 weeks and the lights are already fading out and the volume and tuning knobs had to many turns to increase and decrease, everything else is ok. Hope iHome makes a new one with the same form but with better conditions. Thanks!!
Summary: No way to save FM presets. No iPhone 5 support (it literally wont fit in the unit). FM tuning knob takes way more turns than should be needed for locating a station. Poor quality antenna; no reception to any stations indoors. Very cheap overall feel; flimsy plastic handle. Smaller than it looks in pictures. The price on this unit should be $89-99 tops.
Summary: I really like the look of this "boombox." All my friends have commented on how cool it looks... However, the sound is a little muffled for me. I adjusted the equalizer on my iPod touch and that made a difference. I would say that for an outside picnic or a small party it works just fine. I guess I'm spoiled from using my Bose system?
Summary: I don't normally buy things for the looks, but the design of this boombox hooked me the first time I saw it. Eagerly awaited it's arrival in the mail. My plan was to replace an old stereo in my room for private listening, with a line-in to my iPad stand. I was also sold on the idea of tossing some D's in there and jamming outside. On my bookshelf, the thing looks like a work of art. Unfortunately...the sound is not anything to write home about.