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
Excerpt: The Sonos system is great, an almost perfect match of functionality (giving you access to your music and streaming libraries) and usability. Its combination of controller and app is both slick and intuitive, and we hotly anticipate the arrival of any new element to the system. And here is the latest addition to the multiroom music system: an iPod dock, allowing you direct access to tunes, podcasts, playlists and anything else on an iPod or indeed iPhone.
Pros: Adds your iPod to Sonos, stylish, convenient size
Cons: Could be better integrated, no track queuing, no remote search