Bose SoundDock Series III Digital Music System with Lightning Connector
- Color Category: Black, Wi-Fi Built-in: Not Available
- Headphone Jack: Yes, Input(s): Lightning
- Smart Capable: Not Available
- This system is compatible with the newest iPod and iPhone models with an Apple Lightning connector.
- Compatible with older iPhone/iPod models with 30-pin connection adapter (sold separately)
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|Item Dimensions||12.00 x 6.50 x 6.63 inches||2.02 x 1.42 x 0.35 inches||3.30 x 3.30 x 6.00 inches||11.40 x 5.70 x 6.50 inches||4.02 x 5.59 x 6.34 inches||2.10 x 7.10 x 2.30 inches|
|Item Weight||4.65 lbs||—||1.46 lbs||3.00 lbs||2.09 lbs||1.50 lbs|
|Power Source||AC||—||Battery Powered||battery-powered||Corded Electric||Battery Powered|
The SoundDock Series III digital music system lets you enjoy music from any iPod or iPhone model with an Apple Lightning connector—all with rich, room-filling sound.
The SoundDock Series III system offers a unique combination of small size and proven performance. It includes a remote that controls the system and basic functions of the iPod or iPhone. It even allows you to switch back and forth between playlists.
The system also includes an auxiliary input that lets you easily connect other audio devices, such as another MP3 player. Simple to use, it offers dock-and-play capability and also charges your iPod or iPhone while it’s docked. Experience it for yourself.
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For casual listening, I generally want the music to FEEL loud and full, but I still want to hear stuff going on around me. I want to be able to hold a conversation without having to turn down the music. Bose accomplishes this with an uneven EQ curve. The sizzle is hyped, the mids are DIPPED reduce clutter in the range of human voices, and the bass is hyped beyond all belief for such small speakers, by using resonances that make it a little vague about the pitch information. For background music when I have a few friends over this is exactly what I want, and this thing sounds truly amazing. The music is crisp and full and it gets surprisingly loud without sounding awful.
But when I put on my audiophile hat, I shut the darn thing off because it was not intended for that. And that is OK! My audiophile gear RULES for when I am sitting alone losing myself in the music, and I can run my instruments through it and have them sound great... But it fills up the entire audio spectrum and if anyone wants to talk to me I have to turn it down to half the level of the Bose.
Think about what you WANT, and if what you want is casual listening use, then I think that this is a remarkably great choice.
Great sound quality compared to similar systems. I use it all the time. The sound quality of the Series III seems even better than the series II, the detail is more precise, the sound seems even more real. Other improvement is the ac adapter, which seems better made and the connectors fit together better. Other change (beside the dock which now fits the iPhone 5), is that it no longer has a + and - sound button on the main body of the devise. You either need to use the sound buttons on the iPhone or the remote. My remotes for my previous models haven't lasted well, so I was a bit disappointed with this, although it makes the model look a little sleeker.
I now have one upstairs and one downstairs in my house and am happy. I use an adaptor with my Series II so that I can use either my old iPod with it (without the convertor adaptor) or my new iPhones with the adaptor. You can get a similar adaptor for this to be able to use older models on it, but haven't tried it yet.