Summary: The Denon Cocoon is a very elegantly designed audio device with great potential. Unfortunately, it just doesn't deliver at this pricepoint. Aesthetics: it looks like a licorice jelly bean, but it gleams in such a way that makes it attractive. The docking section has a decent monochromatic display that scrolls information, such as artist information and song titles.
Summary: This product is named like it is - a Cocoon. This thing is quite heavy. Besides its size, you can really feel the power - the bass is definitely there. It can really fill up a room. I love that this is more than just a dock system. It is also a wireless music streaming device of internet radio and music on your phone! One of the negative reviews saying it is complicated is a very misleading review. If you know how to operate a smartphone, it is not difficult at all.
Summary: I highly recommend this product to anyone who enjoys the highest quality in sound. This device offers an unprecedented utility combined with incredible affordability. The sound quality is amazing, and this device has many spectacular features which make it a simple to use system. There's a downloadable app for the Cocoon that allows you to connect your phone anywhere in your house to the Cocoon.
Great looking and Great sounding wireless Stereo System
Living in Las Vegas, Amazon
25 April 2013
Summary: The Denon Home Cocoon is great looking and a great sound system. I absolutely love it!! I ordered my Cocoon online through Amazon.com. The system arrived in just 4 days and was well packaged in 2 brown boxes, and the Denon manufacturer's box with a nice plastic carrying handle. The unit is solid and weighs about 12 lbs. It comes with a nice white duster bag to store the unit in if you ever put it away.
Summary: Sound quality is actually pretty good, higher volume had better sound, which is cool if your pumping the volume but for quiet listening things sound a little muddled. The setup was super easy and is versatile. You can listen from your computer/Internet radio or iTunes via Bluetooth, or plug it directly in via the aux port, or plug it in via the 30pin connector. The dock is pretty heavy and seems well built. Its def not for moving around or any kind of mobile.
Summary: Picture the coldness of the void, black glass, ripped with the white streaks of reflections of the fractions of light that the dark canvas cannot help but display to you. This type of artful functionality is the backing of the Denon. It is not glass--but it is cold; it is black; and it does reflect. My liberties with adjectives in the prior description comes from the influence of various pieces of classical music played from the Denon. It can do that.
Summary: In a rare display of modesty, Denon has chosen to label the Cocoon an iPod dock. In reality, the Cocoon is much, much, much more than that. The Cocoon can: ############ ++ stream Internet radio stations - even without an iOS device (via stored presets) ++ stream from DLNA media servers, and play files on USB drives ++ read a variety of file formats (incl.
Great sound, really easy to use. Works on home wireless network with iDevices/router. Not very portable.
AmazonDiva "Keep Calm and Carry On.", Amazon
28 January 2013
Summary: I have used several sound docks in the last 4 years the latest being the Bose Soundlink Portable Dock Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Wireless Speaker (Nylon) and the Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin Mini Dock Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Mini Docking Speaker for iPod which are in a similar price category although cheaper than the Denon Cocoon as they are smaller and portable docks. However, I like the bigger size as it allows this dock to pack more punch in the sound.