Summary: Ordered a Logitech but received a Logicool. Logicool is what is sold in Japan. The AC adpater is adaquate, but not UL approved. The "kit" of inserts will not satisfy the 3rd Gen NANO, but my exacto-knife was able to complete the modification (Kids - Do not use an exacto-knife without help from your parents). The sound is good, very good. The speakers are well constructed and the carry bag is an appreciated touch.
Summary: This set of iPod speakers was not what I was expecting. We purchased this as a gift for our daughter for Christmas. I have a different set already,for my player, that is plug and play and recharges the iPod at the same time. The description of this does not make it clear that it does neither. You have to plug in the player with a wire that fits up through the bottom of the space between the speakers, it's very awkward and does not hold the player steady.
Summary: These speakers definitely have volume, but they are far from practical. The main reason is that there is no charger built in to the speaker. In order to charge it, you have to wrap a regular Ipod charger into the bottom, pull it up, and then connect it to the Ipod. When I plug in my Ipod, I'm not trying to perform surgery. I returned this model and got the more modern Logitech. That at least has a charger. That one has its own problems, but that's for another review.
Summary: Based on the pictures shown on Amazon as well as Logitech's web site, one would believe the dropping your iPod into the dock charges and provides the audio connection to the speakeres. You'd be incorrect on both counts. You still have to plug into the computer to charge this thing, and there's a cable (not shown in any of the pictures) that you have to plug into the top of your iPod to make the audio connection.
Logitech Mm32 Portable Speakers for iPod: If it wasn't for Jack
6 October 2011
Summary: I was given these Logitech MM32 Portable speakers for iPod as a hand me down gift whilst I was saving for my own iPod speaker system and I was very grateful for them in the meantime. As far as a portable iPod speaker dock goes they were ok but not fantastic in my honest opinion, the reasons for this are given below. Appearance The speakers look quite good, I have them in black rather than the white shown in the Dooyoo picture but they were exactly the same style shown.
Pros: Lightweight, easily transportable, jack adapter for mp3's
Cons: Cheap looking, not compatible for anything other than iPod Classic, average sound