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Klipsch iGroove HG All-in-One iPod Shelf System

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  • Convenient all-in-one iPod speaker that delivers audiophile-quality sound everywhere you need it
  • Dual 2.5-inch woofers in ported enclosure, premium crossover networks and dual 1-inch MicroTractrix Horn-loaded tweeters
  • Included IR handheld remote handles full system control; integrated handle makes toting it around a breeze
  • Compatibility: iPod nano (1G only), iPod mini, 3G iPod, 4G iPod with click wheel, iPod Color, iPod Video
  • Works with most all MP3 player brands, as well as any gadget that has an audio out or headphone jack utilizing a standard miniplug
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameKlipsch
Item Weight4.6 pounds
Product Dimensions16 x 5.5 x 6.5 inches
Item model number1006819
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000FTU77C
Best Sellers Rank #295,057 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 18, 2006
  
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Product Description

Klipsch iGroove HG All-in-One iPod Shelf System

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Amazon.com Product Description Rock any room with the Klipsch iGroove HG all-in-one iPod speaker, a dynamic shelf system that works with iPods and most other MP3 players. This true two-way system features dual 2.5-inch woofers and dual 1-inch horn-loaded tweeters for audiophile-quality sound wherever you need it. The included IR handheld remote conveniently handles full system control, while the integrated handle makes it a breeze to tote the system around.

A convenient all-in-one iPod speaker that delivers audiophile-quality sound everywhere you need it.

Sit back and enjoy iPod control via the included remote.

Connect a variety of devices via the included "universal" J-cup adapter.

iPods and Then Some
Compatible with the iPod Nano (1G only), iPod mini, 3G iPod, 4G iPod with click wheel, iPod Color, and iPod Video, this all-in-one iPod docking speaker system also works with most all MP3 player brands, as well as any gadget that has an audio out or headphone jack utilizing a standard mini plug, including cell phones, gaming machines and portable satellite radios. Special iPod mini and Nano adapters come with the system for secure docking, while the shuffle and other devices connect via the included "universal" J-cup adapter. Additionally, all third and fourth generation dockable iPods can dock into the unit for charging. (NOTE--When used with non-iPod, (non-dockable) players, the playback controls (play, pause, previous track, next track) on the remote control will not work.)

Sound Performance
A true two-way system, the iGroove HG gets its dynamic soul courtesy of dual 2.5-inch woofers in a ported enclosure, premium crossover networks and dual 1-inch MicroTractrix Horn-loaded tweeters. This highly efficient design reproduces genuine, lifelike sound.

Simple Operation
Just plug it in, pop in an iPod and hit play. The iPod starts charging when you start rocking. The included IR handheld remote handles full system control, and the integrated handle means you can move it to that sweet spot with ease.

What's in the Box
Docking station with charger, IR remote, mini and Nano adapters and input J-Cup adapter.

Customer Reviews

Sound Quality: 0% positive
"The sound is great! "
Paige WoodsonRead full review
Value: 0% positive
"Price was great, friend bought one the year before and I got two through Amazon for almost the same price she got one for at the big box store on the corner!!! "
Bass: 0% positive
"The volume is room-filling, the bass is rich. "
Paul WilliamsRead full review
Design: 0% positive
"Great sound, great design, and good price. "
Mau Urena ARead full review
Volume: 0% positive
"I just wanted to put to rest the issue of volume memory. "
Nicholas WitteRead full review
Size: 0% positive
"Also the size is perfect for taking on trips or for moving around from different rooms of the house. "

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73 of 75 people found the following review helpful By CMOS on February 15, 2007
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The most important aspect of any speaker system is the fidelity with which it reproduces one's music. As one would expect from a true Hi-Fi speaker manufacturer, the Klipsch iGroove HG does a very nice job of reproducing high quality sound in a relatively compact space. Everything from Strauss to the Crystal Method to Led Zeppelin has sounded near-flawless in my testing, with only mild distortion of bass at high volume levels. Realistically you can't expect a small speaker system to match the range of a large floor-standing speaker set, but compared to the competing Bose, Altec and JBL systems, the Klipsch does a better job of reproducing a wide range of music with crisp highs and rich lows.

The only gripe I have about this system is the remote. Aside from being a little flimsy, you cannot control the iPod's menu with it. You can jump forward and backward, pause and play and raise or lower the volume, as well as powering the unit on or off. Still it's not enough to warrant a switch to others systems IMO. You will not find a better compact iPod Speaker system, especially not one which is compatible with a wide range of iPods from newer and older generations. Highly recommended.

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~ 3 YEARS LATER: it's rare I get the chance to come back to a review of a product like this years later, but I want to post a couple more comments. First off, the unit is still in top shape. Very solidly built, no problems with speakers blowing out, or cracked parts after years of use (indoor and out). Last summer we used it quite a bit on our patio for lunchtime cookouts, with good success. Loud enough to keep you bathed in music, not loud enough to annoy your neighbors 30 yards away.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By E. Richards on February 22, 2007
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If there is one negative thing about the igroove, it's the fact that the volume resets to a default setting when the system is turned off. I like to play my music late at night and when first turning it on, it's set at a VERY high volume which can startle you if you're not prepared. Other than that, I see no other negatives with this system. I just replaced the stereo in my bedroom with this little wonder and the rack system is going into my gym. The igroove will not sound as good as a true stereo; however, it will replace any old boombox or the likes. Please don't expect this to sound like an entertainment center because it's far from it. These type of set-ups are designed for use in a small area like an office/bedroom, so please don't expect outstanding audiophile sound or you will be disappointed; however, for the size of the device, the sound is absolutely amazing.

I personally like the sound of this one over the Bose Soundock. The Klipsch has much better sounding highs as opposed to the Bose and it seems to have a cleaner, fuller sound. And for 33% less than the Bose, what are you waiting for?
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Snow on December 8, 2006
WIRED (2006 holiday Test issue) gave it the Editor's pick in the genre of MP3 speakers (8 out of possible 10) although they did not test the slightly more expensive Bose Sound Dock. No video output port, but offers true reproduction over the entire audio spectrum.

To quote their review: "Wired: cool curved design, lush full bodied sound. Dock adapts to non iPod players, with remote. Tired: slight audible rattle on bassy tracks, as volume increases highs tend to dominate. shallow rear handle is difficult to grip securely, doesn't take batteries"

I personally have the Bose product, which is wonderful, but am buying the Klipsch as a gift for my son (more in my budget)
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Rich on June 18, 2007
I bought an iGroove HG two days before heading out of town for a month-long business trip in which I would be working in a temporary office space. I had a table radio to which I had connected my iPod, but the radio reception at my regular office isn't very good due to location and I thought it would be a nuisance to carry all the wires and such with me on the trip (even though I drove my own car). I tried out a couple of different sets of iPod speakers at the store and bought the iGroove based on sound. Of course, I used my own iPod for the demo so as to have music I knew. The first track I played on the iGroove was the version of "Mustang Sally" from the soundtrack to the movie "The Commitments." I was at a big-box electronics store--thus, a generally noisy environment--but as soon as I turned on this song, several other customers and salesmen all came over to see what was playing. The sound, especially the bass, was that compelling. The other units I tried all sounded tinny by comparison. (Of course, any music recorded as an MP3 will sound like garbage regardless of the speakers; I use lossless encoding, and that may well have made a further impression on the other customers and the salesmen.)

After I came back from the trip, the iGroove took up residence in my office and I took the older radio home because I get better reception there. After living with the iGroove for almost a year, I can say that I'm still happy with it, and quite a few colleagues who have other iPod speaker setups have all said that they find the sound on this unit to be very impressive compared to theirs. I would not trade it for any of the cheaper units out there.
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