This review is from: Sonos Wireless Dock 100 for iPod and iPhone (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics)
Wow, This sounds awesome, at first I was wondering what benefit it would have for me. I only have a laptop computer, so this solves the problem of leaving my laptop on all the time as I now have to do.. As you know Laptops get hot, so it often annoyed me that I had to leave it on all the time to listen to my music.. Sonos has solved the problem.. When my friends visit, I often use the inline system to listen to their music, the dock will simplifiy this also.. Though one crictical point is this... Sonos, you missed a great opportunity here... Why, Why didnt you make the docking station compatable with the Ipad??? There are other docking stations on the market that you can dock you Iphone and Ipad on, and whilst it's not a Sonos system, I think this is a real shame. I have all my music stored on my Ipad, and selected music on my Iphone and Ipod Nano, which I only use when out riding on my horse. I use a USB charged portable speaker system in a bumbag for this, so the Nano, doesnt take up much room at all. It would have been handy to be able to charge my Ipad on my bedside table, whilst listening to music, as I often use the Ipad as an alarm clock as well...Terrible shame, I'll still buy one though.
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Initial post: Sep 24, 2012 7:04:12 PM PDT
L. Shapiro says:
i think if the ipod is connected to the wifi network it doesn't need to be physically connected via the dock
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