Reviews and Problems with Logitech Rechargeable Speaker S315i
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I love going wireless!
11 May 2014
Summary: The big draw for me with this speaker was that you could charge it up and go wireless. I listen to my ipod while in the shower and was tired of a speaker that I needed to plug in. That limits where you can have it as it can only go as far as the cord will allow. I can actually hang this speaker onto the towel rack just outside my shower and it stays securely within reach if I want to change the song or the volume.
Summary: For $50, this was an excellent gift for a 10 year old. The rechargeable battery was an especially nice feature. Given the low price, I don't perceive the lack of a remote control to be an issue.
Summary: Just received this product via FedEx; fast shipment! I have it on now and my old school ipod (1st gen) works perfectly. The sound is awesome and it was extremely easy to set up and use. I'm really surprised how awesome the speakers are since the price was nominal compared to other products. Small, lightweight unit;perfect for travel. I have it in my kitchen now and when I crank up the speakers sound is crystal clear throughout the house.
Summary: this item has a really good sound for such a small speaker and the price is right how ever im giving this item three stars for the rechargable battery. the claim is you get ten hours of battery or twenty hours on power save mode i have found this not to be the case. so far the first day after charging over night i got about eight and a half hours of life so i charged the unit for longer i barly got two hours into the day and the led indicator light turned red wich means...
Summary: My Husband purchased this for me as a Christmas gift in 2011. Logitech has had to replace it TWICE now that make a total of THREE I have gone through. Different issues, First one would not charge, second one and third unit showed signs of life as the charge light worked and the unit had power even on battery. I plugged in my iPod Touch and tried to play music and got no amplification. Very frustrating, but there was an upside to it all.
Summary: Whenever I am in the market for electronics I tend to read at least 50 reviews before buying something (I tend to go a little overboard). I had been looking for an iPod dock for quite some time and previously settled on a cheap external speaker that crapped out after about a week. After doing some research I found that this particular system was in my price range and had mostly favorable reviews. As soon as I turned it on I knew I would be happy with my purchase.
Summary: Superportable - recharges IPOD while it is in the cradle ... nice sound and nice price ... some elitist audiophile relative of Dr Bose could lecture on the relative distortion at top volume or compare the sound to headphones ... news you can use here .... this is not listening on headphones and it is not a 300 watt stereo system with surround sound ...
Summary: I wanted this because I'm an artist and I listen to my iPod while working. However, I wanted something where I didn't have to have ear buds in to hear it. This serves that purpose just fine. It's small and portable and does not take up much space. My experience is that the batter life is fine for me. My biggest complaint is sound quality. I expected better. In hind sight I probably would have spent a little more money for JBL or Klipsch.
Summary: I bought this for my husband for his bday. He loves it. He takes back and forth between work and home. We let the kids pick songs and listen to our iphones on there. I am considering buying another one for my kitchen. I only gave it 4 stars for stability because occasionally when you put your phone in it the back part (that hold it up) pushes forward.