Reviews and Problems with Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere
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Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere
8 August 2008
Summary: When Logitech decided to throw their respected name behind an MP3-player speaker, it was worth taking notice. Their original model, which was introduced nearly three years ago, was a worthwhile first-effort and the Pure-Fi Anywhere has improved on that concept while taking great strides to stand out...
Summary: The Pure-Fi Anywhere is one of the better portable speaker systems we've reviewed, offering excellent sound quality, a travelling case and convenient rechargeable battery, making it ideal for travel.
Pros: Excellent sound quality, rechargeable battery with indicator, included travel case, remote provides access to all iPod menu layers, shuffle and repeat modes
Cons: Controls and remote are stubborn, no bass/treble adjustment
Conclusion: Like its blueprint, the Pure-Fi Anywhere is a solid performer. In fact, the new unit is even better, since it doesn't suffer from the same high-volume distortion as the mm50. In testing, the high-end clarity was nice -- triangles and high-hats sparkled over the mids without making things sound too...
Pros: Remote's range isn't very good, Not as compact as many portable speaker options.
Cons: Offers an understated, travel-friendly design that's compatible with both iPods and other MP3 players (via auxiliary line-in), Speaker sounds great, Built-in, rechargeable battery, Comes with a travel case and an innovative wall charger, Included remote lets you navigate the iPod's menus