Excerpt: The Good Simple setup. Works either through direct or remote control. Allows any audio app through direct control. Appears the same as a computer source. No change in audio quality. The Bad Relatively expensive. No Ethernet. Initial, temporary issue keeping audio going. Setting up As you might imagine, the Wireless Dock isn't a solo device.
Pros: Simple setup., Works either through direct or remote control., Allows any audio app through direct control., Appears the same as a computer source., No change in audio quality.
Summary: Sonos the maker of the highly acclaimed wireless multi-room music system have just released their first iPod/iPhone dock. What differentiates it from other docks is that it integrates with the Sonos system. It wirelessly transmits music from iPods, iPod Touches, and iPhone’s to a Sonos ZonePlayer allowing playback through one’s home stereo or Sonos speakers.
Pros: Simple to use, Wireless play back of music off Apple devices, Charges iPods and iPhones, Music playing on iDevice will automatically start playing on Sonos when docked
Cons: Requires ZonePlayer (sold separately), Does not sync data, Appearance could look more modern