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Philips Revolution Motorized Portable Speaker Dock for iPhone/iPod

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  • Motorized dock rotates for watching movies and videos
  • Wireless remote controls all basic functions
  • Class D digital amplifier with Dynamic Bass Boost
  • Advanced speaker technology for rich, static free sound
  • Runs on batteries or AC adaptor (included)
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Technical Details
Brand NamePhilips
Item Weight6.3 pounds
Product Dimensions19.7 x 8.9 x 8.5 inches
Item model numberSBD8100/37
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002M78L6E
Best Sellers Rank #179,873 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 1, 2009
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Philips
  • Model: SBD8100/37
  • Weight: 7.00 pounds
  • Tuner Technology: N
  • Color Name: Stainless steel

Product Description

Philips Revolution Motorized Portable Speaker Dock for iPhone/iPod: Motorized dock rotates for watching movies and videos. Wireless remote controls all basic functions. Class D digital amplifier with Dynamic Bass Boost. Advanced speaker technology for rich, static free sound. Runs on batteries or AC adaptor (included).

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it works like a dream! I purchased this for my ipod 4, and the sound is clear, it is pretty loud for a bedroom/bathroom. Read more ›
I like the "handles" because we literally take it everywhere. The sound is great as well. We've really had it cranked up and the sound is not muffled at all. Read more ›
I could not be…The unit works as advertised and although, not made to use at a block party, the sound is great in the laundry room and out in the garage when I am working. Read more ›
Except for the basics ... Sound Quality isn't that great either ... Just gonna sent it back ... Read more ›
I purchased it anyways and can say it absolutely is compatible with the 4th…The sound quality is great and people at work have asked me where they can purchase one at. Read more ›
Others have said that as well and if they hadn't I'd have thought it was defective. However the sound is good enough without it. At first I thought the rotating feature was… Read more ›
If you like bass, then this dock actually performs well. The bass is clear, tight, and powerful. Hitting the bass boost on the top jacks up the lows even more, but I found… Read more ›
We've been really pleased with the sound quality from this stereo! The lows are very decent and don't distort, even at medium to high volumes with a wide range of music! We… Read more ›
The Philips Revolution Motorized iPhone dock has some nice bass properties and novelty with its rotating dock, but doesn't justify the asking price. Read more ›
What is really disappointing, especially considering the price point of the unit, is the…It is lacking in bass response and generally lacks any "punch" whatsoever. It… Read more ›
The remote is pretty nice, much more solid than some others and with an attractive gloss…It has the standard buttons, plus a bass boost toggle button and the rotate button. Read more ›
SOUND If you like bass, then this dock actually performs well. The bass is clear, tight, and powerful. Read more ›
The draw for this item is the ability to rotate the iTouch - very cool,…The design is nice, but the unit is deeper than what you might imagine from looking at the picture. Read more ›
The remote works well, but its design is not spectacular. It isn't as stylish as the unit itself (or, for that matter, the Apple Remote that comes with Macs). Read more ›
The remote is small, has a cheap plastic feel to it, and…Considering that this product is for use with Ipods/Iphones, I expected the remote to be more intuitively designed. Read more ›
-Functionality is poorly designed on remote and on unit. Read more ›
the remote controler is really cool !! and you get beautiful light halo in the background too! Read more ›
It is…Since this is supposed to the main feature of this system, it is completely baffling why there is no control button for the motorized dock on the unit itself. Ins… Read more ›
The Philips Revolution makes no such assumption, and has a neat, remote controlled capability to shift your iPod/iPhone to a horizontal position. This means that, among… Read more ›
It isn't as stylish as the unit itself (or,…It works well to control the volume, bass boost, and to perform basic playback functions (play, pause, forward, and previous). Read more ›
Kind of defeats the purpose of why you bought it. I think if you get it on sale, it is a great value. Read more ›
Instead you have to manually give the dock a little twist with your hand or use the…The motorized dock seems more of a marketing gimmick than a feature of great value. Y… Read more ›
I feel that you could spend quite a bit less and get something with similar…In other words, this particular dock/speaker system does not provide good value for the money. Read more ›
Simple and effective. For a teenager it is hip, cool and produces loud enough sound. For an audiophile the sound and features may not be enough. Read more ›
It does a great job with filling our entire downstairs with crisp clear music at a nice high volume; actually, we don't keep it jacked all the way up because it is too loud;) Read more ›
The bass boost had only a minimal effect on increasing the bass output…At full volume, distortion was present but not as bad as I've heard on other systems of this type. Read more ›
Luckily, my computer desk is pushed up against a wall, so it was a simple matter to install a small shelf above the monitor for my speaker dock to sit on. The only problem… Read more ›
Its a nice set up and my 14 yr old has a 2nd generation iPod touch that works great. However my younger son has a 4th gen ipod touch and it DOES NOT WORK. Read more ›
I was disappointed overall. While I did like the physical size and appearance of the unit, at this price point I would expect significantly better sound quality. I feel… Read more ›
It's…You might be disappointed in its size after looking at the photos, but the depth of the unit does allow Philips to utilize the space for improved bass performance. Read more ›
The only real improvement I would really like to see would be the quality of the sound. Needs more bass and crisper highs. The midrange seems to be fine. Read more ›

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70 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Kraus VINE VOICE on November 23, 2009
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It seems that iPod/iPhone speaker docks are a hot item, and every company that has ever produced a magnet has decided to jump on the bandwagon. Of course, the competition is great for consumers. But a unit like this can be difficult to judge without actually playing with it. I have to admit, the concept of a motorized dock that rotates my iPhone for video viewing like some contraption out of 2001: A Space Odyssey was intriguing to me. And the price isn't that much more than a normal non-rotating speaker dock.

Well, as so often happens with those daydreams of having the outright COOLEST (fill in the blank) EVER MADE, reality fell pretty far short. Not that this is a bad dock necessarily, but...

Okay, let's talk about it.

===== Appearance =====

It's a pretty slick looking box, no doubt about it. The blue LED ring is noticeable but not distracting, and the face has clean lines and a high-tech minimalist feel. When rotated to movie viewing mode, the LED ring fades to white. The LED ring light is defeatable via one of the buttons. There are 5 low-profile buttons on top and a power jack on the back, along with a line in jack.

The manufacturer's photos are deceiving -- they did a good job making the unit look thin, but this is not the case. It's several inches deep, which is a mixed blessing. You might be disappointed in its size after looking at the photos, but the depth of the unit does allow Philips to utilize the space for improved bass performance.

Finally, the piece that the phone/iPod attaches to sticks out a bit more than the product photos suggest. It's not as deceiving as the depth, but worth a mention.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By onestopnyc VINE VOICE on November 20, 2009
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I just received this product to review and it looks great. It's pretty minimal looking with few buttons on top and nothing but the docking piece for the ipod/iphone in the front. The remote control can also control the ipod with menu, up, down, etc which is helpful. The motorized cradle is a neat idea and works well, changing the display on the ipod touch or iphone. Where I was not really blown away was the sound quality. I was expecting something better from Philips. When using the bass option, the sound is "muffled" and it doesn't really improve to use that option. Don't get me wrong the sound is not awful, I guess you get what you paid for. I do like the fact that you can run the speakers off batteries and the handles are great to carry it. Hope this will help you make a decision.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By P. Colin McGraw VINE VOICE on December 22, 2009
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Of late, the iPod Classic is fading while the iPhone and iPod Touch take control of the market. I know that's the case for my household which now has an iPhone for me and my wife and no "classic" anymore.

One of the joys of the new players, of course, is that they not only play music but act as a pretty awesome pint-sized video player. Our two toddlers love that capability and consequently our iPhones get used for video rather than music more often than not. Interestingly, however, most iPod Docks still seem based around the idea of the "classic" model: where you have an upright iPod simply playing music.

The Philips Revolution makes no such assumption, and has a neat, remote controlled capability to shift your iPod/iPhone to a horizontal position. This means that, among other uses, the Revolution is great for watching movies using more than just the iPhone's relatively wimpy built-in speaker. Granted most of the time you'll want to watch iTunes content on your TV via an Apple TV, but such a solution isn't portable and, for us, the TV room is also Dad's office, so the kids are upstairs during the day.

The Revolution lets us show the kids video upstairs with loud enough volume that both of them can hear fine, but is also powerful enough to act as a pretty decent room-filling speaker for when my wife wants to listen to tunes during the day. Additionally, since it's optionally battery powered and has handles on the sides, we can take it with us on road trips and let the kids watch the movie at a volume that can overcome road noise.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jafu on May 18, 2011
I was looking for something with good sound that would also charge my iPod Touch 4G, and I didn't need or want an alarm clock and/or radio. I saw this on sale at my local Big Lots (sorry Amazon) for $49.99 so I picked one up. The outside of the box lists the units it's compatible with, and the Touch 4G is not included. However, being the store is nearby and it's an easy return, I took a chance. After unboxing I found a small assortment of plastic brackets for securing your phone or iPod after making the dock connection. They're marked for different units and are different sizes. None of these brackets fit the Touch 4G. Except for one small one the rest are too wide. I considered using one of them anyway, as the iPod can just rest against it. But I put the iPod in a slider case and used the bracket marked iPhone 3G and it snapped into place perfectly. The only caveat is that the bottom of the slider case has to be removed or you can't insert the docking fitting. Not a big deal.
The sound.....I'm not an audiophile but I think it has very good sound. Plenty of volume (at least for me) to fill my 20x20 den. On the negative side the bass boost does nothing in my opinion. Others have said that as well and if they hadn't I'd have thought it was defective. However the sound is good enough without it.
At first I thought the rotating feature was just a marketing gimmick, but I find myself using it to watch an occasional video. I keep the speakers on a table next to my recliner so it's not too far from me for good viewing (about 3 feet). There's a lighted ring that glows blue when the iPod is vertical and turns white when rotated to landscape mode. That's not important to me at all and it can be turned off by pressing a button on the unit.
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