- Brand Name: Logic3
- Model Number: IP106
- Color: White
- Speaker Amplification Type: Active
- Speakers Maximum Output Power: 12 Watts
Logic3 i-Station Dock and Speaker Station for iPod
- Combines subwoofer, dynamic tweeter speakers, and 3-D surround sound processor
- Recharges iPod battery while music plays
- Powered by AC adapter (included) or 4 AA batteries
- Synchronizes with PC or Mac via USB or FireWire cables
- Compatibility: iPod nano (1G only), iPod mini, 3G iPod, 4G iPod with click wheel, iPod Color, iPod Video
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This ultra-portable device fits unobtrusively in any room in your house, and is easily stowed away. It's compatible with Apple iPod 3G, 4G, mini, and Photo models; it can also be used with other portable audio devices, such as MP3 players, MiniDiscs, and CD players.
The dock, which fits both the iPod and iPod mini with dock connector, even recharges the iPod battery while it plays, leaving you to enjoy your music rather than worrying about the level of your battery power. It's powered by an AC adapter or 4 AA batteries and synchronizes with PCs and Macs via USB or FireWire cables.
What's in the Box
i-Station speakers, power adapter, USB cable, FireWire cable, printed operating instructions
Top Customer Reviews
I never run out of battery time now... every time I put the iPod in the cradle, it gets a charge.
My neighbor has speakers from a competitive brand- he gets no charge and the sound output is not a great as my iStation. I'm thrilled with this buy! And best of all, it costs less than the competition!
I thought the sound quality from the I-station system was good - especially for the size. The InMotion system did sound quite a bit better - much more presence and nearly matching the bass response even without the "subwoofer".
I was dissappointed in the fold-up design with the separate plastic cover.
Overall, given the choice between this at $80 and the InMotion at its original price of $150, I would choose this. But now I see the InMotion for $110. I think that it is definately worth the $30 for the InMotion's better sound and slick fully protected fold-up design. However, I'm still looking at other systems.
Aside from that, the whole system is well-designed. It folds flat for transporting, and has a clear plastic cover that protects the speakers when folded, and helps support the iPod when opened. There are also little blue lights on either side of the iPod, which would probably be cool if you plan to use your I-Station in the dark.
There are connections (and supplied cables) for firewire and USB, so you can actually sync your iPod while it is in the unit. There is also a line-in port (and cable) and an AC adapter. The unit will run on batteries if you like, but I haven't used it that way, so I won't comment.
The sound is as good as can be expected from such a small unit, but it does have some usable bass, which is more than I thought it would have. Using the iPod's built-in EQ seems to help this as well. The "3D" feature boosts the treble a bit, but I haven't really noticed any other differences. The volume is more than adequate for most purposes, and would be fine for hotel rooms, offices, etc.
Overall, I am very happy with this product, and would recommend it to others. Like the iPod itself, it serves the purpose well.
4 x AA Batteries and this Speaker Dock Station goes anywhere while providing reasonable sound quality for the size.
It isn't going to fill a concert hall with sound, but it will do a fine job in an office cube, a hotel room, the kitchen, or the backyard deck.
The only negative is that I wish the Dock Station Power button also turned the iPod On or Off.
Speakers ... Support cables ... and iPod Recharger for $80 bucks. This thing is a steal.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this little gadget. I teach line dancing and use this in my classes. I connect it to my ipod and it works very well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by teacher susan
I purchased these speakers for my office and it's a perfect docking station. Love that it charges the iPod while on the station. Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by Mommy23
Initially I liked this station a lot, but after a few months it started "zoning out" -- it stopped sound output for a few seconds then picked it back up. Read morePublished on June 24, 2009 by Edwin Post
I have owned these speakers for 4 years now, and I'm still pleased with my purchase. When I got them, they were a little pricey (by today's standards) but were affordable at the... Read morePublished on December 25, 2008 by myoho guy
I've had my i-Station for 3 years now. I use it mostly at work, so keep the volume low. But I've taken it home and cranked it up and the sound is wonderful for its size and price. Read morePublished on October 21, 2007 by K. Collins
I have three of these in several rooms in the house and they are great to keep music playing and the ipod charged. Good sound for a compact item.Published on July 4, 2007 by Andrew R. Murry
I've had these speakers for about a year and a half. The distortion factor has always been a bit of an issue. Read morePublished on June 10, 2007 by Book Worm and canine
I got these for my 8- and 10-year-olds for christmas and didn't want to spend too much. The sound is absolutely perfect for their second generation nanos as well as my 1st... Read morePublished on May 25, 2007 by D. C. Mack