Bose SoundDock Series II 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock (Gloss White)

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Bose SoundDock Series II 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock (Gloss White)

Bose SoundDock Series II 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock (Gloss White)

  • Proprietary Bose technology delivers quality sound to liven up any room in your home.
  • Works with many iPhone and iPod models. Requires an Apple Lightning to 30-pin adapter for use with iPhone 5 and other iPod and iPhone models with an Apple Lightning connector.
  • Remote operates SoundDock system functions and playlist navigation.
  • Auxiliary input lets you play an additional sound source, such as a tablet, portable DVD/CD player or other MP3 player.

Small size. Proven performance. Sleek design. The Bose SoundDock Series ll digital music system delivers unexpected sound quality from compact speakers for your iPod or iPhone. You may even hear details you’ve never noticed, from songs you know by heart. Plug your tablet, DVD/CD player, laptop or other MP3 player into the auxiliary jack to enjoy other sound sources, too. The iPod charges as it plays, so you enjoy music without interruption. The remote control operates system power, volume and lets you navigate among your iPod playlists. And the sophisticated look fits in beautifully throughout your home.

List Price: $ 199.00

Price: $ 199.00

Originally posted 2015-10-18 23:30:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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  1. 580 of 612 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hear Bose sound before you bash it, December 26, 2008
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    Sahak D “Guitarchi” (Los Angeles, CA USA) –

    I did quite a bit of research before getting the Bose SoundDock II. I wanted a dock that would work with my iPod touch 2G, have superb sound quality, and preferably charge my iPod while docked. Well I have to say that I got all i wanted and then some with this unit.

    I read some reviews online written by “audiophiles” and supposed “sound experts” bashing Bose for selling overpriced and underpowered equipment. These people just don’t get it. I won’t go on to bore you in detail about the ridiculous things that were said but I will mention that these people are comparing the SoundDock to a home stereo setup that entails having a receiver with two separate wired speakers. Is this a fair comparison? I beg to differ.

    To summarize this product it’s a compact unit you can have in virtually any room in the house minus a bathroom (for safety purposes) and its sound can be described as warm and beautiful with deep enough bass to make your sound come alive but not wake the neighbors. Clear, never distorted at any volume. You get what you pay for.

    Thanks Bose!

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  2. 148 of 154 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A great way to play your tunes easily., January 23, 2009
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    The Bose SoundDock has the Bose quality sound you would expect. It is a great way to play your IPOD, just plug it into the dock and play. You do not have any control over bass and treble, just volume. The remote has a good feel to it and responds well. There is a small green light in the dock that lights up each time you press a remote button. You will usually use the remote to change the volume, select the next or previous track and turn it on/off. The SoundDock itself only has 2 buttons for volume up and down.
    The volume goes louder than I expected and I never have turned it up all the way, even when the kids are playing their IPODs.

    There are a few things they could have improved……The power cord has the transformer built into the middle of the cord, it should have been built into the unit. The power cord plugs straight into the back of the SoundDock with a small round plug and it will come out easily if the unit is moved. The docking station is a seperate piece that is attached and it moves around a little which makes it feel loose. There isn’t an on/off switch on the unit, just the remote, so you have to turn the IPOD off or use the remote to turn them both off, or just pull the IPOD out. My SoundDock was missing one of the stick on rubber feet on the bottom. I called Bose support and they mailed me one free.

    Overall it’s a great quality unit where it counts but Bose cut corners where they could on the rest of it.

    We do love it and use it almost everyday.

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  3. 191 of 213 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Sound, Poor Functionality, July 27, 2009
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    The sound quality is very good for the price point and the size. That said, the remote does not interface correctly with my ipod. Specifically it does not allow the user to move through the menus as it is supposed to. I thought at first the Bose system was defective so I returned it for a new one but the second one has the same problem. All the other remote functions work properly but in order to navigate through the menus on the ipod I either have to hold onto it in the docking station (it doesn’t have a snug fit-another drawback) so that the pins don’t come loose, or else I have to take the ipod out of the docking station all together, make my music selection and then put it back in the dock. This is a major flaw in an otherwise good product.

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