Summary: As an audio engineer, sound quality is most important when purchasing any audio device. I purchased an iMT810 about a year ago and have been very pleased with it. The sound quality is excellent with massive low end response, and the 7-band EQ allows for more fine audio tweaking than many other similar products. Also, the unit is very powerful for its relatively small size.
Summary: My daughter wanted a small system that she could connect her iPod to and play her music. Her only other request was that it had good bass. This unit has very good sound quality and plenty of low frequency power (i.e., good boom boom).
Contrary to description, item is NOT under warranty
Tom O'connell, Amazon
17 December 2012
Summary: I'm generally happy with the product performance. HOWEVER: Contrary to the official-looking description, it is not under warranty. I'm on hold with Amazon right now trying to get it sorted. The description states very clearly that it comes with a 1-year warranty, and it arrived with an offer of a free extra year of warranty, with a dead URL link where you can register it to get that free year.
Summary: this unit is just what i wanted. it is quality built, works very well and i can use it with other devices (wifes nook).it took me awile to make up my mind between the ipod players but this one is real nice.
Summary: very big unit, heavy, the sound is fantastic, highs, lows, mids perfect, no problems there, but if batteries run low the unit will stop working, no way to tell, it stopped twice , replaced with new batteries and 3 hours later unit turned off, not battery friendly at all, returned unit, cant stand that turn off,if plugged in very nice but not a portable as they say.
Summary: Outstanding sound in a small boom box package. The base is great. Does not distort even at high volume. I have a very old ipod though and none of the plastic inserts which make it link to the plug on the boom box worked. I inserted it with none, but then the ipod is not secure in the slot. I solved this by putting some self adhesive foam door insulating tape on the back of the ipod and now it rests securely against the boom box slot.
Summary: First and foremost is the sound quality since that is what anyone looking at getting the beast wants to know. I am not an audiophile as I prefer sound with a deeper punch and I can tell you that if you fall into the same category their is not a better option for a portable iPod/Phone speaker. With the EQ you have the option to tone down the house shaking bass, but if you prefer for things on a softer side then look elsewhere.
Summary: I've been using this all summer long. I think it's to bassy/basso. I'm finding that most of my music causes distortion if the bass is not turned way down. Of course this could be due to the quality of the recordings. I could probably minimize this by playing with the equalizer but the menu interface is a hassle. My music is so varied and from different decades and subsequent recording technologies that the constant fiddling became annoying.