Pros Good sound in the mid range. Easy to use and very small and easy to transport (folds up to the size and shape of a small book). Battery or AC powered.
Cons Very easy to break. With moderately heavy use, no excessively loud/high volume use and frequent transport in a brief case the units left speaker is no longer working well, and the tab that holds the speakers flush against the ipod has broken. I have spo
Pros It's small size offers great opportunities for portability and it's interface is extremely simple and easy to use.
Cons Not for all types of music (my genre is opera and classical).
Summary As other reviewers have already implied, I found that this system works well in sound quality for low to mid level volume settings but not in the higher range. This poses limitations for opera lovers due to the distortion that occurs in the higher and more forceful notes for all ranges (bass to soprano). Certain instrument groupings like percussion as well as specific instruments like the harpsichord are uncomfortable on the ears and have a high ringing twang to them that is most unflattering. Proceed with caution.
Pros Size, sound, ability to play portable tape player and cd player through it as well as MP3.
Cons No text at all with the user instructions.
Pros nice sound for verry small speakers
Cons a little expensive but in its category verry good
Summary i allredy had portable speakers and they are a little better but a lot bigger mor cables and bateries (and allso not cheap) an aldoh these little speakers are not cheap they give a verry good sound.
so if your looking for a practial solution whit a good sound an easyer to carry and instal than other bigger speakers this is it absolutly
"Great for the price"on by trisor
Pros Easy transport, good sound, charges docking iPods, makes iPod a 'real' portable jukebox
Cons After years of remaining plugged in, no longer battery operable
Summary I love these speakers, I have had two sets for several years. Very nice, portable sound. We always take a set with us when we leave town, whether by plane, auto or motorcycle. When not on the road, one is in the kitchen and the other in the bedroom. I need to mention, though, that after just keeping them plugged mostly continuously for a couple years, the battery operation no longer functions on either. If either ever quits working completely, I'd buy another and run it like my iPod (make sure to run the batteries down completely once a week or so). Or, I may elect to spend the extra $50 for the Logitech MM50. Another note of clarification, it IS usable with ALL iPods (I have a 1st Gen iPod that plugs in via the Aux jack), it will only charge dockable iPods.