Summary: For a fairly inexpensive docking system, it is simple to use, has good quality and good volume. I am not sure that I would use this as my main sound system, but I use it in my study and have taken it outdoors for barbecues etc and it does a great job.
Summary: After a lot of research into iPod speakers i decided on this purely on the feedback on Amazon. For a smallish speaker this delivers very good quality sound. It's packs a good deal of ooomph, there is no reduction in sound quality when played loud, there is detail in the sound too.
Excerpt: I've been using this little compact little dock mainly as a speaker for my PC for about 6 months now. It sits easily on the desk as it's only 21cm wide, 15cm deep and 13.5 cm high and at the £40 I paid for it (the price for this fluctuates substantially on amazon and tesco direct from £35 - 70) it's...
I can now dance in the shower, fabulous! My life is complete :)
9 March 2012
Excerpt: After a few boring hours of showering in the bathroom, after dropping my shower radio into the bath and unfortunately arranging a radio funeral I went to Tesco to change my showering habits forever.
Summary: I do like this a lot. I have it in the kitchen at home and the sound is great, the footprint is small enough to make it unobtrusive on the counter top. And it looks nice too. The only small glitch is the app that you download it's just a teeny bit unpredictable but that I am sure will be fixed soon...
Summary: I ordered this with no expectations (mainly looking for a nice place/device for storing and recharging my iPod and my girlfriends iPhone) but was very pleasantly surprised by the quality and volume of sound. Can fill a small room easily and has not bad bass considering its size.
Summary: Great sound. The iPhone/iPod connector is sturdy. Very good quality overall. The Fidelio application is useful and nice too. I'm using this with an iPod Touch as a our WiFi radio, and since Fidelio app doesn't have a favourites for radio, I prefer to use other apps like TuneIn for this purpose.
Summary: I spent far too long reading reviews for speakers ranged £20 - £100 after my JBL broke after a few years (another reason not to spend a lot in this range). The question I eventually got to was - would I really hear the difference between a phillips for £35 and a Sony for £60?
Summary: I listened to many different brands and sizes and chose this model because the sound is so full and it is so compact. Then I bought a second one online for the office. As a bonus it also works as a charger stand and an internet radio with the Philips Fidelio app.
Summary: As someone who is very passionate about music and wants access to my tunes wherever possible I was looking for something small and portable that I could have on my desk at work. The PHILLIPS DS3020/05 Fidelio was my choice.