Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Boombox for iPad
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21 November 2013
Summary: The sound on this Logitech Bluetooth speaker is great. I paid $130 from Amazon and it is well worth that plus some. Connects no prob with my Samsung Android phone. *Excellent* sound. Clear and full, undistorted at a louder volume than I need for my small apt.
Summary: I own two of these - the one with the dock and the one with Bluetooth - and have been extremely happy with both. For a unit this size the sound quality is excellent, the quality of the materials is great, and it's easy to use. I keep ours centrally located in the kitchen and can hear it throughout the house. Would not hesitate to recommend this speaker!!!
Summary: Hello all, I don't tend to write many reviews but I sure do read them. I did a lot of research for a portable player with an emphasis on sound quality over anything else. All my reviews kept me coming back to this portable. One of the added bonuses that I didn't realize was important is that this player has Bluetooth. I have an older Altec Lansig, which I really liked, which has a iPod connector/dock like most of these players have.
Summary: I had high hopes for this Logitech Wireless Boombox (Bluetooth version) based on many other reviews. It just arrived yesterday and I was not disappointed. I sat in my backyard with my middle son and very easily synced the bluetooth to my iPad without needing to read the directions. My son also easily connected through is iPhone. - great sound for this size. Enough volume for a backyard party or even some of my church events. - solid build quality.
Summary: I purchased this portable Bluetooth speaker for my brother for his birthday to use with his Android smartphone. (Despite the title of the product and packaging, the speaker works perfectly with non-Apple devices as long as they support Bluetooth, like Android smartphones and tablets. I have no idea why Logitech does this as it can cause confusion.
Summary: My initial try at a Bluetooth speaker was the SoundFreaq Side Kick, which at $99 is a great speaker; but lacked the bass I was looking for. I wish this Logitech speaker had the USB port for charging a phone and the remote control buttons like the SoundFreak but I can live without that (most control is done via the phone anyhow). When I first hooked this speaker to my phone (took about 30 seconds out of the box to get it working via Bluetooth) I was like...
Logitech Boombox DOES work with iPod 4th generation
James Fleming, Amazon
30 June 2012
Summary: I purchased the Logitech Boombox to use with my droid phone it worked Great. My Family purchased a ipod touch 4th generation without the knowledge that other reveiwers stated that this (the Boombox) won't work with the 4th generation ipod touch. I could see the disappointment on my wifes face that it wouldn't connect to the touch. So i desided to find out how I could correct this issue.
Summary: Like most audio equipment that Logitech has manufactured the last several years, i am very fond of my new bluetooth-enabled Boombox. I find that the sound has good definition of lows and highs. Distortion can be avoided by decreasing the volume of your input device and increasing the volume of the Boombox. And the volume can go quite high.