Summary: I lucked out finding one of these on special at Wal-Mart when I was looking for something better than those bulky and dull sounding boom boxes for classroom use. There are 2 aux ins, which gives you amazing compatibility. iPod dock, card ram, usb-- just incredible what you can connect to this! First I tested by connecting to my Macbook Pro. I am completely impressed by the sound.
Summary: Keep in mind that I'm no audiophile when reading this review, though I generally know good sound when I hear it. The DC910 is a great-looking, impressive system with very good audio capabilities. Buy one of these refurbished for $80-$90 and you'll have a great mid-range model at an economy price.
Summary: This was advertised as a new unit but when I received it found out it was a refurbished unit. Works exactly as advertised with IPOD and I love that function. I tried to use as an alarm clock but the clock settings kept disappearing. Gave up and now use it at the office to listen to and charge my IPOD. Gave 3 stars due to false advertisement.
Summary: Nothing is perfect but I think the Philips Shelf Bar is pretty close. It takes a lot to impress me and the DC910/37 did just that. My intent was to use it in my bedroom but the sound was so robust and room-filling that I moved the unit to living room and kitchen area where it provides a marvelous reproduction of music from my classic Ipod all day long.
Summary: The quality of the audio is considerably below higher end iPod Docks, but it's passable for a dorm room kind of setting. The sound is very compressed and does a decent job in the vocal frequencies and not a heck of a whole lot else. That said, the sound is better than you get with your typical Sony/iHome alarm clock iPod docks and it isn't a whole lot bigger. It also can be louder than those docks.
Summary: This is on the expensive side of the likes but it has the features that I wanted. Wife's music can be played from the USB thumb while baby's music can be played from the SD card. There are other inputs, Radio and ... iPod as well. The design is slick for wall mount and I think it is overall a fine product from Phillips. I, however, give 4 stars because of these: 1. The wake-up volume can not be lower (always at 12).
Summary: I got this primarily as a alarm clock. Mounted to the wall beside my bed it frees up space on my nightstand. The unit has functioned flawlessly in it's intended purpose. I do find the clock display a little too bright at night but it doesn't keep me awake. I seldom watch video on my touch, but the rotating dock is a great feature for touch/iPhone users that do.
Summary: I am so happy with this system. It is the perfect size, easy to transport, sleek, and has an incredible sound. The small stature is deceiving; it's hard to believe it's capable of producing such a rich sound. The rotating dock and compatability with other media are added bonuses. Well worth the money spent.