Rated 4 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by Verified Reviewer Bang for the buck product
I bought 3 of these so far, one for my friend, two for myself.
Very easy to use and connect, bluetooth and aux.
Also the design is another factor why I bought 3 units.
I think if you find a better price, you don't wanna miss this powerful little buddy.
17 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by nivs2 Great sound!
Awesome product for the price. Sound is great! Easy to use and it works both wirelessly and as a dock. Has such a sleek design as well.
29 December 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheCoolin42 Fantastic sound, Easy to use
This speaker is one of a kind. With the Bluetooth, it makes a hassle-free time to listen to your favorite music. If you need a charge, plug it in the dock connector and listen to any music, including Pandora, while letting it charge up. Easy Bluetooth connection. One push of a button and it easily connects automatically to my IPhone. It also works great for IPad and IPod touch. For the IPod Nano, the dock connector works just fine. The sound quality is great especially with the bass booster enhancement. The price is fantastic for the use. I have had no problems with it for the first 6 months. It comes in handy and really makes listening to music a great sensation.
26 May 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Verified Reviewer Why? That's all I want to know....
I saw this at the Amazon showroom (Best Buy), and it sounds great. But after I ordered it, I quickly decided that I needed to send it back.
Although it has a standard Apple connector, the unit links to the iPod via Bluetooth, not through the Apple connector. It appears that the connector is only there for charging the iPod, iPhone, iPad. Why is this important? Because the only sound sources that the speaker will stream are iTunes and the DockStudio app. So, I can't use it for Amazon MP3 streaming, Pandora, Google Music, or any of my other music apps.
Also, even though the description says that it will work with the iPod, it will not work at all with the iPod Nano, because the Nano does not have Bluetooth.
Why did Phillips design the product in this way? I should just be able to plug-in any Apple product, and have it link through the Apple connector, without having to install any apps or use Bluetooth.
Do yourself a favor, don't waste your time or money on this product.
27 July 2012