Summary: I bought this a year ago to go with my 60gb classic. Incredible sound even if it is a little bass-heavy. I just upgraded to a Touch 2G and I was very happy with how it fit in the IM9 without any dock adapter. The problem is that it won't charge the Touch!
Summary: Had this ipod speaker for a year and the sound quality meets my high standards for my bedroom since my living room stereo is a $2000 system. I was delighted by the deep bass coming from a small portable system and I am convinced that most people will enjoy listening to it.
Summary: When I first heard it, I knew that it was the one for me. This little guy had much more powerful bass than other things its size. In fact, it's so powerful that it can be a little overbearing unless you turn down the bass in the setting/EQ menu.
Summary: First, let my refute an opinion about the IM9 that seems to have created a bit of a bad rap. After reading numerous reviews on this unit I decided to purchase it despite about 70% of the reviews mentioning an annoying hiss present especially at low volume levels.
Summary: I bought 8 different speaker systems to try out for my daughters' iPods before Christmas, from stores in my areas. Several sounded so bad, or were of such poor cnstruction, that I had no problem nixing them from the list and returning them for full refunds.
Summary: I love my IM9, or we lovingly refer to it, the "jambox." That being said, there are some pros and cons... PRO: Totally portable RUGGED (used everyday in Iraq.) Sound quality great, when plugged in Gets LOUD when plugged in, still loud when not plugged in but the lows pop.
Summary: I bought this speaker system for two reasons: Sound quality, and the fact that the Ipod is completely enclosed. I could never figure out why so many systems are designed with the iPod flimsily hanging off the front, easily knocked off and hard to push the buttons with one hand.
Summary: I bought the IM9 yesterday after spending an hour at the Apple store listening to all the alternatives. Loved the Bose system, but couldn't justify the expense. It was a decision between this and a Klipsch product, but when it came to sound balance (you have no control over bass, treble, etc.
GREAT SOUND, GOOD DESIGN, BUT THERE IS NO REAL HANDLE
L. Turner "30 Years of Computers Guy", Amazon
19 May 2006
Summary: I bought this to use by the pool, and the design looks like it can stand the occassional wet hand, expect for the handle area at the top. Well, actually, there is not any handle, but there is a groove on the back at the top where your fingers can get a grip, but your thumb ends up on the front of...