Reviews and Problems with Logitech Pure-Fi Express
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good, but limited
29 November 2009
Summary: First, I just want to point out that the "video out" port on the back does NOT work. If you want to be able to have a device that will connect your iPod to a TV to watch video, look elsewhere! Now that that's out of the way, the speakers themselves are sub-par. The audio is fine when played at a low volume, but if you want to blast the music, it becomes distorted. And it's too big to really be considered "portable.
Summary: No instructions, 10/10 easy to use! Other devices force charging your ipod right? Not with this one, you can just move it a bit to the left, then it will stop charging it while you still get to control everything with the remote, and listen to your songs in full quality. You can also put it that way when ipod is stopped, put all the volume up, set your ipod on alarm, then shut it off! then when the alarm goes on in the ipod, it will turn on by itself!
Summary: For fifty dollars, you really can't go wrong with these speakers. Sound: great outside or loud, not so great when quiet Size: really light and portable, fits great on a shelf Features: battery or plug-in, video out jack, charges iPod Battery life: 2-3 hours depending on volume
Summary: In general I think the Logitech Pure-Fi Express is a good product. It's pleasing looking, fairly compact and easy to use. It comes with a bunch of iPod docking adapters which allows you to use a number of models in it. The remote feature is nice to have but, since I use it in my office I prefer to keep it at arms length. Actually, the remote stopped working the other day - which is a bit disappointing. As for the sound, don't expect to be "moved".
Summary: This is a near perfect nightstand sound system. With just one lighted dial/button on the box (volume/on-off), and a six-button remote, it could hardly be simpler, just the thing by the bed. The sound is excellent for a small box, with clear mid-range, decent highs, and a respectable, though non-head banging, bass. Just don't expect it to fill a large room with studio-quality sound. For under $100, it's really quite nice, and small enough to be truly portable.
Summary: I bought this about a year ago, mainly for the price. The remote doesn't work with my iphone but it does charge. The biggest problem is an audible hiss all the time, it might even be going when it's turned off or maybe i'm crazy, it's located next to my head when I'm sleeping and it's a deal breaker so I'm in the market for something new, something that's quiet when it's supposed to be.
Summary: It looks really nice, and it charges my 4G Nano. The speakers are nothing special, and the remote doesn't do much other than control the volume and allow you to skip to the next track (as in, you can't navigate to other albums) but for small speakers on a nightstand, it works great.
Summary: I bought this to use with a second generation ipod touch (32gb) and have not been disappointed. The remote allows me to change tracks and control the volume, and the ipod charges whilst music is being played. I've even been able to listen to music on Pandora through the unit.
Summary: i bought this for my husband for Christmas for his Itouch, he loves it! it is very light and the sound is great. we can take it on vacations with us, use it outside on our deck or anywhere else.
Excerpt: I really wanted this when I saw it as it came with a remote and at the time it really was very rare to find an ipod dock that also had a remote control. This machine allows you to dock and charge your ipods and change the song via the remote control. I was pleased to find this item but even more impressed with the price as it cost £29.99 at the time.