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Sony RDPXF300IPN Lightning iPad/iPhone/iPod Portable Bluetooth Wireless Speaker Dock (Black)
- Experience rich, crisp sound from this powerful 40 Watt (20W + 20W)1 stereo speaker system. Full-range speakers in addition to separate tweeters, deliver a complete and enjoyable listening experience.
- Dock, listen and charge your compatible Apple device with Lightning connector, including: iPod, iPhone, iPad and iPad mini2 (charges when using AC adaptor).
- Unleash your music with Bluetooth audio streaming functionality and wirelessly control the fun with your enabled music devices, digital music player, smartphone, tablet, or computers.
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Power your party for up to 7 hours and let this 40-watt, portable Bluetooth® speaker dock pump tunes from your iPhone®, iPod® or iPad® with Lightning™ connector. Just plug in your device or stream music wirelessly over Bluetooth®. There are also multiple sound modes to suit your taste and 20 FM radio presets.
Enjoy clear, powerful sound
Experience rich, crisp sound from this powerful 40 Watt (20W + 20W) stereo speaker system. Full-range speakers in addition to separate tweeters, deliver a complete and enjoyable listening experience,
Dock for Apple® devices with LightningTM connector
Dock, listen and charge your compatible Apple® device with Lightning™ connector, including: iPod®, iPhone®, iPad® and iiPad® mini (charges when using AC adaptor).
Stream your music wirelessly
Unleash your music with Bluetooth® audio streaming functionality and wirelessly control the fun with your enabled music devices, digital music player, smartphone, tablet, or computers.
Move from room to room
With a retractable tray and built-in, rechargeable battery (for up to 7 hour battery life) you can enjoy your favorite tunes anywhere around the house, indoors or out.
Retractable Flexible dock connector
The durable and easy to use flexible dock connector, compatible with the iPhone® 5/5s/5c & iPad, accommodates many cases so you can plug and play. It also retracts to provide a clean look when no device is docked.
Enjoy FM radio programming
A built-in digital FM tuner with 20 station presets lets you choose from a wide variety of radio, talk and music programming.
Enjoy Multiple Sound Modes
Select from 5 different sound modes (Flat, Vocal, Rock, Pop, Jazz) for optimized listening pleasure.
Convenient Battery Level Indicator
For your convenience, a battery life display, on the front of the dock, displays battery status including overall remaining charge.
Control your tunes with remote control
Control your iPod®, iPhone® or iPad® from across the room with the included full-function remote control.
Plays well with others...
An auxiliary audio input lets you connect digital music players to the speaker dock for easy access to your music (cable not included).
Free Sony® D-Sappli™ App available
A free Sony® App (D-Sappli™), available at iTunes®, enables expanded speaker functionality when using an Apple® device with the following features: an enlarged clock display, a music play timer, and a sleep timer.
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The only seriously competitor was the SoundDock Series II, which sounded nearly as good (not too good on highs IMO), but without all the extra perks of the Sony (no FM/Battery/Bluetooth/OLED display).
After blasting all of these docks to maximum volume (or near maximum), I was blown away (no pun intended) by the volume, bass, and overall sound quality of the Sony RDPXF300IPN.
To those of you wondering about my obsession with volume and bass, I assure you that I'm not one of those people that just listen to bass-heavy music and crank up the volume of everything they hear.
I tested different genre's of music to give them all a fair shot; below is a list of songs I tested out on all of the docks mentioned above.
* The Chain Gang of 1974 - Sleepwalking
* Ice Cube - It Was a Good Day
* Daft Punk - Get Lucky
* Nujabes - Luv (Sic) Part 3
* BT, Nadia Ali, Arty - Must Be The Love (Shogun Mix)
* Keane - A Bad Dream
The list goes on.
I thought I was going to be kicked out because I kept raising the volume so high, and playing so many songs.
I was at a retail store, so it was loud already, and couldn't pay too much attention to lower volume details, but the Sony performed well in just about every test I threw at it. It NEVER distorted at high/max volumes, like the Jambox or the SoundLink, and the fact that it had a battery and supported bluetooth was icing on the cake, and ultimately was the reason I didn't go with Bose.
Just a FYI for those wondering: I use this with my iPod Touch 5G, HTC One, and Nexus 7 (2013) Tablet, and they all work with the dock flawlessly.
Has a pretty small footprint but has does have some good weight to it and nice rubber feet & balance so not likely to tip over, even by curious cats. Has a battery that, when fully charged, will play at a decent volume for 8 hours. Hubby plugs overnite to charge then brings to yard where he's working where it plays all day never missing a beat. Tuner is strong; the telescoping antenna (Not one of those flimsy length of wire type) may be pulled out but in most areas in house the reception was clear with it tucked in. I haven't tested the docking/iphone part but will update review when I do. Was able to download a song via bluetooth & play... sounded awesome as well.
Keep in mind the 200 version doesn't have the rechargeable battery... a feature very nice to have such a bringing music to beach etc. Also this IPN version of the 300 works with the newer iphones but the older phones will work via blue tooth just not be able to use the docking feature.
Pros:1.) What I love the most about this docking system is the bluetooth capabilities and the great distance it can go compared to other bluetooth docking stations when it's paired to a device (phone, iPad, etc...). It's so great, it totally blew my mind away when I discovered I can leave my phone in one room on the 2nd floor of our home and take the docking system to the extreme opposite end on the first level and they'll still be paired; with no change in sound quality, sounding as if they were physically connected or sitting right next to each other. 2.) Another pro is you're able to choose from multiple sound settings. You can listen to your music in settings for pop, rock, vocal, flat, etc...The sound quality is superb and isn't dripping with an over abundance of bass making it sound like tin cans rattling in a car trunk :) Imo, it is just the right balance 3.) Long battery life and when you do have to charge, it charges very quickly 4.) Able to dock your iPhone 5 and up directly to the docking system for quick charging (not necessary to dock to play via bluetooth) 5.) You don't have a device with music to listen to? No problem. It has digital FM radio tuner with extendable antenna with NUMEROUS presets for you to save your favorite channels making it easier and quicker to find your favorite stations 6.) Remote controlled 7.) It's lightweight and portable
Cons: The only thing I can think of that I'm not in love with would be the remote. I know it's on the pro list, but the con part comes in because there's nowhere to store it, making it very easy to get lost or misplaced. The remote only made it to the "pro list" because I snipped off a square piece of velcro and affixed it to the back of the remote and the top backside of the docking system. I've had my system for years and have never lost the remote once.