Logitech S715i Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

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Logitech S715i Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

Logitech S715i Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

  • 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

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.

List Price: $ 129.99

Price: $ 70.95

SANOXY FM Transmitter /Car Charger/ Holder for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod Touch- 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 120GB, 160GB

SANOXY FM Transmitter /Car Charger/ Holder for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod Touch- 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 120GB, 160GB

  • Using the iPhone, you can talk to anyone hands-free style through your car’s speaker system!
  • If you want to listen to digital music simply place your iPod or MP3 player onto the holder, tune to
  • Type A USB socket for charging mobile phone, GPS, and other devices! FM Frequency 88.1 – 107.9 MHz.
  • Remote control is convenient for you to play / stops the music, adjust volume, and skip to next / pr
  • Bulk Package

Features :
-Suitable for all iPhones (includes iPhone 4G, 3Gs), iPods (all generations), MP3 players in all vehicles
-Supports iPhone hands-free talking through car stereo system
-Hi-Fi FM stereo transmit at 88.1-107.9 MHz brings you perfect music enjoying, Supports 200 FM stations.
-Supports charging for Mobile Phone, GPS and other devices (through Mini 5-Pin Jack) with outside 5V, 1A USB socket.
-Easy to install
-The flexible goose-pipe allows bending and turning to use this with virtually any vehicle.
-The cradle is lined with sold silicone material to protect your device, with flexible clamp to keep your iPhone/devices securely in place.
Instructions for FM Transmitter:
1. Plug in the dock conector cable to your iPod
2. Tune your car stereo to an unused FM frequency
3. Tune CarKit to the same FM frequency
4. Your iPod music will be played through your car sterero

Instructions for iPhone Hands-Free Talking:
1. Plug i

List Price: $ 6.88

Price: $ 6.88

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  1. 698 of 710 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Good Buy, September 14, 2010
    By 
    Genevieve Sass (Tennessee, USA) –

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    This review is from: Logitech S715i Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock (Electronics)

    I bought this docking station for use while deployed to Iraq and I hijacked my wife’s Amazon account to do it (smart, right?). It is surprisingly light and slim, especially considering the fullness, crispness, and volume of the sound that it produces. I have not been disappointed, particularly at this price point.

    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.

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  2. 329 of 336 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good sound, two gripes, September 19, 2010
    By 
    Roman Shulman
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    This review is from: Logitech S715i Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock (Electronics)

    Right out of the box and plugged in the unit produced very good sound. At first I thought the kickstand was flimsy and was not supporting the unit well. Another review here helped resolve this by pointing out that it needs to be pushed in harder than one may think, and then it really does lock in.

    Appearance/design

    I find that Logitech iPod speaker systems generally lack some elegance, but S715i looks a lot better than the previous attempts. Those searching for a more elegant system may wish to look at Altec Lansing products, but in my opinion Logitech beats Altec in sound quality. The trayless doc is a good new feature for Logitech.

    Price-to-performance

    The unit could have been priced higher and would still attract attention of many – it is really inexpensive for what it does.

    Sound quality

    The box produces full and clean sound with impressive for the size bass. Logitech “has got it going on” in the base area. On certain tracks the bass may feel a little too pounding. Also, at times I found the mids slightly lacking. Some listeners have compared the sound of this unit to that of Bose. It is a fair comparison. After listening to this Logitech unit for a few days I went to a store to listen to Bose SoundDock Portable, and I could not say that Bose sounded better. Listening in a store, where there is a level of noise, is not the same as at home, so it wasn’t a good test.

    The two gripes

    Another reviewer said this already – why, oh why did Logitech decide that long run time on battery was more important than the sound quality? When unplugged, the sound deteriorates. The base and the fullness go away. It is not just the volume – it feels like the sub-system responsible for the lowest notes shuts down. I can imagine it takes quite a bit of power to drive those notes out of the box, but at least there could be an option to keep the same sound at expense of run time. Make no mistake – it is still better than OK sound, and there is quite a bit of bass left, but it’s not quite the same. I like to carry these things from room to room, and I think this is a notable flaw. My second gripe is about remote control lacking full functionality – it is not able to control iPod menus. Logitech already had this in Pure-Fi Anywhere 2, why give it up now?

    Bottom line

    Very good unit which earned its place on my home office desk. It is bound to surprise some guests with the sound quality for the size and keep me and hopefully other family members good company from time to time. Big compliments to Logitech, this system does represent progress in small-size inexpensive sound systems.

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  3. 236 of 247 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent full range sound, September 12, 2010
    By 
    W. H. Watford (Birmingham, Al USA) –
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    This review is from: Logitech S715i Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock (Electronics)

    I’ve had this model a few days, having waited months after reading rave reviews from preview electronic shows. It was worth the wait. I love a wide range of music, and am picky about sound quality. This speaker system is absolutely remarkable. I’ve listened to James Taylor, Luciano Pavarotti, Mozart’s Requiem, Earth Wind and Fire, REM, among others and all of these sound wonderful, with crisp highs, resonant base notes, and a warmth in the mid-range that I’ve not ever heard from any portable player, including CD players, much less from compressed digital formats. It sounds better than my Bose Wave Radio/CD player, which I keep in my office. My son, a musician, walked downstairs and just looked at the small player in astonishment, thinking I had been playing our main sound system (built in speakers throughout the house). I love this little speaker system so much, that I’ve already ordered a second one. It is smaller than I expected, which is a plus. You could easily slip it into a suitcase. The design is handsome, but I agree that the little stand doesn’t snap into place tightly. This hasn’t been a problem, however, and I’ve not had the stand collapse. I strongly recommend this player to anyone who has been longing for excellent sound reproduction from a portable model.

    UPDATE: After I wrote this I realized that the cover door, which flips back to make the stand, does snap securely if you just push it hard enough.

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  4. 78 of 79 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works with iPhone 4, October 31, 2010
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    This review is from: SANOXY FM Transmitter /Car Charger/ Holder for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod Touch- 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 120GB, 160GB (Electronics)

    I like this device:
    Nice:
    – Cheap FM Transmitter
    – Phone Charger
    – Phone Holder
    – Can be used with other devices
    – Tested on iPhone 4 – like a charm
    – and best of all, all at the same time – yes, you can charge and listen to music at the same time!

    Cons:
    -The stick to hold it is short, on my 95 camry, it had hard time using it and its pushing against my dashboard
    – shakes a lot while driving
    – seems to inter fer with Google maps GPS – the maps work, but the orientations easily gets out of sync, and keeps saying move the device in the figure (8) motion
    – i used it with MapQuest – MapQuest did not seem to interfere – so not sure if its Google Maps, or the iPhone
    – FM Transmitter is weak – it works, but not loud, and does not have much power. While driving during the city, about 90% of the time its clear, and maybe 10% or so not clear (has static) – so its not bad, unless you like your music flawless
    – I dont think the holder will last – it looks cheap – but so far its holding, lets see for how long
    – I think this is an iPhone issue, but I cannot hear the calls on the speaker – so its problematic if you need to remove it from the holder each time
    – With a case on the iPhone4, its fit is tight in the holder

    Trick to use it to charge and listen at the same time:
    – Do not use the extra cable from the iPhone to the device, only use the charge cable!
    – place the music on speaker mode, the connect the charge cable – and you are done – it charges AND music works from the same cable!
    If you keep the extra cable on the top, the you wont hear a thing!

    Why 4 star:
    – static FM, not very loud voice
    – cannot hear the calls on FM while driving (maybe an iPhone issue, not the device issue)
    – cheap holder and stick very short

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  5. 60 of 62 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Simply does what it’s supposed to do.., June 22, 2010
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    Butch Davis “Deathlok” (New Jersey, USA) –

    I ordered this FM transmitter for my iPhone 16GB 3G on a whim.. I had no really high expectations because of the low price, which is how I typically approach items like this.. It arrived rather quickly in a plain white box.. So, maybe they saved some money on packaging.. I immediately took the unit to my car, plugged it in, dropped the iPhone into the base and cranked it up.. I had some pretty bad static at first, but then while toying with the 3.5mm stereo cable that comes with it, found that you don’t even need to use the stereo cable!! Once I ditched the 3.5mm cable, the sound was crisp and clear.. According to the instructions, there should be an LED on the actual lighter plug when the unit is plugged in and working, but mine doesn’t work.. I couldn’t care less about that, because the unit does exactly what it’s supposed to do, and I no longer have to worry about burning CDs so I can jam while I’m zipping down I-95 at 95mph.. Heheh.. The adjustable arm holds its position pretty well, which is a major plus.. I’ve seen similar units go for a LOT more than this one, and honestly, I have no idea how they could be any better.. The best part is that not only does this thing allow you to use your iPhone/iPod through your car stereo, it also charges you iPhone/iPod while you’re it’s all hooked up.. One thing I did to make sure I didn’t receive any interference from local radio stations was to just take the antenna off of my car..

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  6. 73 of 81 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing Value, June 30, 2010
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    This review is from: SANOXY FM Transmitter /Car Charger/ Holder for iPhone 3GS 3G iPod Touch- 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 120GB, 160GB (Electronics)

    Over the years I’ve been through about 15 FM transmitters. This one is by far the best quality I’ve had. You may hear a little high pitched noise at high volumes, but that is a small price to pay for the amazing amount of clarity provided. The remote control is pretty flimsy and has to be held almost directly next to it to work but that’s not the reason I purchased it so I was hardly disappointed. I really don’t think you’ll find a better product on the market.

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