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25 March 2014
Summary: I loved this thing when I first got it but after about six months the adapter pooped out. Be advised that the sound is decent when used in a small and quiet room, but it doesn't get very loud without some speaker distortion.
Summary: This is my favorite docking station speaker ever! i use this at work all the time, and i have other docking stations but this one is by far the best. And for 30 bucks its a deal. its very nice how you can fold it up and just put it in your bag. it also comes with pouches if you're worried about scratching the surface. i did have a problem trying to doc my 4S while having an otterbox defender around it, but my other docking stations have the same problem.
Summary: I was comparing this to a Skullcandy Pipe Speaker which sounded pretty good at the local Target. I think both are comparable though the Skullcandy is a little edgier in the highs. The Sharp does not have a remote option while the Skullcandy does. The equalization option for this unit is what really makes it sound great for the size and price. It also looks a little more adult than the Skullcandy, which has a virtual monopoly on teen headphones by the way.
Summary: First of all, this product is NOT worth $130, which is the original price is that's listed, so don't think you're getting a nearly $100 discount because it sells for $35. However, it IS probably worth the $60 Best Buy charges for it, and it is A STEAL at the $35 Amazon charges for it. I use it to listen to my iPod classic in my cubicle at work, where I'd like decent sound, but also want it quiet enough that I'm not disturbing my co-workers.
Summary: The sound is outstanding. I am very picky went it comes to sound quality. If it's not good I won't bother listening. Everywhere I take it people are surprised how it puts out such a great sound in a small package. It sounds better than other most expensive units I've heard before. It's easy to use and easy to carry. It includes a small carry bag for the unit and the plug. Also it protects it from getting scratched and dirty while you carrying it in your bag.
Summary: Product arrived pretty quickly. Was much smaller than I thought. It's good for my purposes (which is having a small sound system for the bathroom) but if you want big sound, you're going to have to look somewhere else. The highs aren't very clear and the bass is kind of muddled. It's also very directional (sounds best if it was aimed at you). I was contemplating returning it because the sound really was kind of small, but I'm keeping it.
Summary: I looked long and hard before choosing this model of ipod-capable mp3 external speaker machines. Gosh darn, for the price, I highly doubt it can be beat. If price isn't an issue, I'm sure you can get some amazing studio-quality speakers to play your compressed and lossy mp3 files on, but you'd probably be better off just taking that money, buying a bridge and jumping. It's tiny, perfectly-designed and the sound is really quite great.
Nice little iPod player for the money with one little issue
Amy Minnick, Amazon
19 February 2011
Summary: The sound on this little player is just what I need to play my music in my home. I found it clear enough and more than loud enough for my needs. I also think it looks really nice on my counter, sleek but does not take up any space at all. I love that it charges my iPod while I play my music. My only issue is that the description says that it is compatible with my iPod 4th Gen Nano. It is technically true that it is..
Summary: Purchased as a set of speakers for portability around the house, by the pool and camping. It charges,and plays with batteries or frm the outlet. We use it as a set of speaker to watch movies outside in the summer with a LCD projector and is good for just the family. Not enough volume for big crowds or party moving watching while other activity going on. The design is great for storage protection as we take it camping to listen to music.