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Logitech S715i Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Plays and charges your iPod and iPhone
- Powerful balanced sound from eight custom-tuned speaker drivers
- Portable design, travel case and rechargeable battery for up to eight straight hours of music wherever you go
- Wireless remote lets you control music functions from up to 30 feet away
- Trayless dock works with iPhone and any iPod works with all iPhone and iPod models that use the original 30-pin dock connector. It does not support the newest iPhone and iPod models that use a Lightning Connector
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|Connectivity Technology||—||bluetooth,micro,usb,aux||wireless||—||Mini Usb||Bluetooth|
|Item Dimensions||18.78 x 5.51 x 3.66 in||6.6 x 2.9 x 2.7 in||9.25 x 23.11 x 9.25 in||5.75 x 14 x 4.5 in||4.9 x 4.7 x 3.4 in||12.59 x 6.3 x 7.34 in|
|Item Weight||3.49 lbs||1.23 lbs||9.92 lbs||3.12 lbs||1.32 lbs||30 lbs|
|Power Source||AC & Battery||battery-powered||AC||battery-powered||battery-powered||battery-powered|
Looks like a beauty. Sounds like a beast. With its compact design, travel case and rechargeable battery, this high-fidelity speaker lets you play up to 8 straight hours of music wherever you go.With the Apple seal of approval, you have the ultimate assurance that your speaker will work flawlessly with iPod and iPhone.Take your music anywhere-your included travel case holds the compact speaker, A/C adapter and remote control.2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty.
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Logitech Rechargeable Speaker S715ifor iPod and iPhone
Looks like a beauty. Sounds like a beast. With its compact design, travel case and rechargeable battery, this high-fidelity speaker lets you play up to 8 straight hours of music wherever you go.
Apple approved performance
With the Apple seal of approval, you have the ultimate assurance that your speaker will work flawlessly with iPod and iPhone.
Powerful eight-driver audio
You'll hear crisp high notes, rich mid-range and deep booming bass from speaker drivers custom-tuned to give you big, balanced sound.
Eight-hour rechargeable battery*
Get longer power for mobile music marathons without the cost and waste of disposable batteries.
Take your music anywhere—your included travel case holds the compact speaker, A/C adapter and remote control.
Wireless remote control
Be in full command of functions like volume, play, pause, shuffle, skip and repeat from up to 30 feet away.
Dock without tray hassles
Logitech's innovative dock design works with iPhone and any iPod with a Universal Dock Connector**—without annoying trays to keep track of.
- Universal power supply
- Travel case
- IR remote control
- User documentation
- Supports iPhone and all iPod models with Universal Dock Connector. It does not support the newest iPhone and iPod models that use a Lightning Connector **
Which Logitech Portable iPod/MP3 Speaker Is Right For You?
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Logitech Rechargeable Speaker S715i
|What do you get?||Clear stereo sound for iPod||360-degree sound for iPod and iPhone||Custom-tuned sound for iPod and iPhone||Custom tuned sound and wireless remote for iPod and iPhone|
|Stereo (2.0)|| || || |
|360-degree sound|| |
|Wireless remote (30 ft. range)|| || |
|Bass boost|| |
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|Play/pause/stop|| || |
|Shuffle/repeat/next track/previous track|| || |
|Battery type||4 AA batteries||6 AA batteries||Rechargeable||Rechargeable|
|A/C adapter|| || || || |
|iPhone**|| || || |
|iPod** and most MP3 players|| || || || |
|Aux input (3.5 mm) for MP3 players, PCs or CD players|| || || || |
* Actual battery life will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles.
** iPhones & iPods with Lightning Connector will require Apple Lightning to 30-pin Adapter, sold separately.
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Features that I really like:
1. Dual voltage, which is great for overseas travel.
2. Comes with power adapter.
3. AUX-IN capability has been very useful for plugging in to my laptop for movies.
4. They did away with the iPod inserts, and the design ingeniously allows whatever iPod you insert to rest against a back stop, so that you aren't stressing the connector when you push on the iPod to control it.
5. Remote is simple on features but works very well even when not pointed directly at the unit.
Features that could still be improved:
1. The carry case is more like a dust cover. It is made from the same material those re-usable grocery bags are made from. I am not complaining that it doesn't come with something more substantial at this price, but I do hope that Logitech or some other manufacturer makes something with padding for those of us who travel a lot. I'd be happy to purchase it as an accessory.
2. The AC adapter would be even better if the prongs folded in, as many travel adapters do.
3. You can't use an iPod touch that has a case on it. The docking area narrows toward the bottom making the width a problem--even with slim fitting cases. This just means you have to have a case that comes off easily or one that has a detachable bottom.
Overall I give this a 5 star rating. I waited about a month and a half for this to be released based on initial industry industry reviews (CNET, etc.) and features; I am not disappointed. The sound is great. It is portable. It looks good. It is not extremely expensive. Those all add up to a real winner. I own a Bose Sound Dock (original) and feel that the sound is better on that speaker system--fuller bass and it fills the room a bit better, however the price was double and it is not portable. I challenge anyone to find something higher quality and more versatile for the $150 or under range.
Let me begin by saying that I am an owner of a Bose Sounddock portable. I've had it for almost one year now, and decided I wanted another ipod music system for my library. I read many reviews about the Logitech s715i and decided to make a purchase. I have had it for almost two days now, and have compared it closely to the Bose. Overall, I have concluded that this system is very competitive to the Bose. The sound quality is very comparable, however, the Bose still sounds better overall. I tested both systems in the same room, the same location, with the same songs, the same volume levels, and stood at the same distance to compare the two. The result's are below. Let me also add that I am not an audiophile at all, but I know good sound when I hear it.
I compared the two systems using the following criteria : highs, mids, lows, maximum volume, portability, and value
Highs : Logitech Wins (The highs are very clear and crisp, and more pronounced compared to the Bose. The Bose is very clear also, just slightly muted. Some songs sound better on the Logitech for this reason, but the Bose still sounds great with any type of music.)
Mids : Logitech Wins (The Mids are also very clear. The Logitech has a slight edge in mids. I was able to hear many subtleties in the music, in the vocals, and they were more pronounced and slightly louder than the Bose. Once again, this is a slight difference. It was hard to choose between the two.)
Lows : Bose Wins (Here is where I think the Bose stands out, especially at low volumes. The bass on the Bose beats the Logitech, but it is still a very close match. It seems that some songs I tested sound better on the Bose. The wave guide technology comes through. The bass is much more resonant, rich, and punchy without drowning out the music. I tested both systems in exactly the same area, and the Bose won most of the time. However, I was very impressed with the Logitech also. The bass is excellent for many types of music, and I was very surprised in the sound quality from a system that is almost $300 dollars cheaper.)
Maximum Volume : Bose Wins (You can really crank up the Bose very high and blast it without it being distorted. However, I did find some distortion with certain styles of music that have louder bass. Overall, the sound is very stable, and sounds great at high volumes. I was disappointed in the maximum volume the Logitech could put out. Although I could hear the music, I just couldn't crank it up, and really test it out. It is overall weaker than the Bose. However, It still sounds amazing, and can easily fill up a small to mid-size room with no problems.)
Portability : Bose Easily Wins (The battery on the Bose is by far superior to the Logitech. As suspected, running the Logitech on battery alone significantly reduces the sound quality. It's a nice feature, but it's not very impressive. Both systems are very easy to carry around, and the Logitech is much lighter, but needs to be plugged in to enjoy the full sound.)
Value : Logitech (The Logitech is an excellent value. I'm impressed. For the price, I don't think you will find a better system. The Bose is obviously much more expensive, partly because of the name. However, it is a very solid ipod music system and lives up to it's hefty price tag overall.
Other Pros : Both systems are a very small and pack a ton of sound for the size. I'm equally impressed with how both perform, and how easy they are to move around. Both are very sturdy, but I still have to see how the Logitech holds up over time.
Other Cons : As others have stated, the docking station on the Logitech is very constricted, and you must remove your iphone case in order to access it. Also, the remote on the Logitech is very basic, and too small.
Overall : Both systems are very nice. They are very similar in sound. The Logitech is an outstanding value for the price. I have to admit that I am very impressed with the Logitech system overall. I bought it for a little over $100. Compared to Bose's $400 price tag, the Logitech is an excellent value. However, it's not quite at the same level of sound quality as the Bose. That is my personal opinion. If you are able to afford the Bose, you should buy it. I think it's a better system. I love it. I also love the Logitech though, and time will really give me a good idea of how it performs and lasts. If you are on a budget, the Logitech is an excellent buy.
I am very satisfied with both systems, and would highly recommend both to anyone. I am planning to use both for many years.