Summary: I'm a professional musician and this sounds as good as I could ever need - extremely rich in all registers and a beautiful sleek black minimalist look. I have an older nano pod so the wide base fits this dated model perfectly; that's partly why I recently bought it. The remote control is useful too, since the volume on the nano is tiny to control.
Summary: I own several Ipod docks from the expensive king of the hill, Samsung DAE 750 to the Pioneer Elite X-SMC 4k to the Onkyo Ionly SBX 300i. My newly purchase ,the Pio XW-NAS3 docking is over my expectation. Out of the box,the sound is rich but somewhat boomy and boxy with bass. On the remote control, there is no adjustment to remedy the issue however the manual comes to the rescue, I set my Ipod 4G EQ to flat and man,I am in for a surprise.
Summary: I'm very happy with this Pioneer Docking station. I listened to several other brands in store and just couldn't find the quality of sound that I was looking for in the $200 price range. At $179 from Amazon with no shipping charge, this product caught my eye, as originally listed for over $400. This one transmits especially the bass very well, and overall is great sound too. I haven't purchased the blue tooth adapter yet and don't know if I will. I am very pleased.
Summary: I tried a few speaker docks for my iphone but the sound was never good enough and, in particular, the bass wasn't clear enough, but this attractive (looks are important!) unit has solved my need. In fact, I use it as the external speaker for my computer. Problem solved!
Summary: It is very powerful - sits in a corner and fills three large rooms without a problem. Great sound quality - I tested classical, vocal, rock, instrumental... All very good. One little complaint, some of the old broadway songs seem to come up with very strong vocals. They are clear and all, but I wish I could turn up the background music better. It looks great. It works with both Iphone 3 and Iphone 4.
Summary: I thought I had an ok sound system with my old iPod/iPhone dock, but once I heard this gorgeous machine play music, I had to toss the other one immediately. The sound was crisp and detailed, handling bass beautifully. I listen to a wide range of genres, and they all sounded marvelous--from classical and orchestral to hip-hop, world, and acoustic.
Summary: The Pioneer Electronics Audition Series XW-NAS3-K Docking Station for iPod Speakers will blow you away. And I'm saying this from a comparative standpoint. I own a Bose Acoustic Wave Music System which gives out superb sound. Not until you hear this Pioneer Speaker will your perception change! For such a small configuration, the Audition Series outputs sound in all its entirety.
Summary: I've had a Bose SoundDock for my iPod for about two years now and have enjoyed that room filling sound that the dock puts out. This product is on par with the Bose and might even be better. I've found that the sound quality is just awesome. The base and treble sound great to me. Then again, the sound that I'm putting out is dependent on the MP3 recordings from my iPhone. Unpacking and setup took seconds. Literally seconds.
Summary: When I ordered the Audition Series XW_NAS3-K Docking Station for iPod, I expected a smallish desk-sized piece of equipment. But upon receiving the box and lifting the station out, I realized this was a premium piece of technology. The docking station is about the size of a mid-size boom box and oozes quality. The streamlined style and black, metallic shell inspired many ohhs and ahhs from the family. Set up took about 2 minutes and I quickly popped on my iPod.