Pros Awesome, loud sound. The the fit and finish is top notch. This is one well built speaker. Relatively small and lightweight.
Cons None - not cheap, but well worth it.
Summary The stand is actually VERY sturdy once you lock it fully into place. You must push the stand very firmly into the connector on the back of the unit. The first "click" you feel does not actually connect the stand. You must push it harder than you may feel is necessary, but once you do, the stand is rock solid. If you think you want it, then you should get it. You will not be dissappointed. This thing puts out high quality sound that will fill up a large room.
"Amazing Sound!"on by claymore2211
Pros Fantastic sound. Carries all through the house. Doesn't sound tinny. Good bass and balance. Good battery life. Charges iPod while docked. Very portable. Remote is very responsive, even from a distance of over 15 feet.
Cons Carrier bag is a bit wimpy. No firmness to it, so I am always nervous that the wee remote is going to fall out without my noticing. No handle on the bag. Can't think of any other cons.
Summary I did A LOT of research before deciding on a speaker dock. This was the one that came out on top and I am NOT disappointed. I tested the sound side by side with an Altec Lansing that I was also considering and there was no comparison whatsoever. The Logitech won hands down. It has fantastic sound, fantastic portability and is well worth the investment.
Pros Small footprint. Huge sound in volume, range & depth.
Cons Can't dock iPod Touch w/ case on. Provided case is too large for the device & has no handle.
Summary I have owned several speaker docks of different sizes and for varying applications (poolside, golf cart, home office shelf, etc.). Always out for a good size/sound quality ratio, I was anxious to try the Logitech. My most recent and long-time favorite has been the Altec Lansing IM600, but this Logitech completely steals the show in the sound quality department.
The bass is deep. The highs are sharp. I've always loved the Altec's size/sound ratio, but for about a 15-20% bump in size, you gain easily 50% in sound quality and volume. The remote on the Logitech also provides very good controls and integrates completely (minus playlist switching) w/ the iPod Touch. It even controls the pause, skip, etc. commands for other 3rd party online music apps like Pandora and Slacker.
I can't put it more simply than to say that this box is the hands down best iPod dock for the size and price. The sound output & quality will blow you away. For $99 to $125, this thing is an absolute steal.
Pros Excellent soundt. Replaceable NiMH battery (no more "D" batteries needed). Charges Ipod when docked. No Ipod dock adapters required. Lightweight and small enough to easily transport. Good remote. Nice case supplied.
Cons none so far
Summary Was thinking of buying the Alec Lansing IMIT800 before I saw this review. Glad I did not. IMT800 only had a 1 year warranty and based on my experience with the IM7 this is not a good thing. Altec does not provide service or parts after warranty (at least that was true for the IM7). This product comes with a 2 year warranty and from my experience with Logitech their support is far superior. Sound at high volume output excellent and is plenty loud enough to fill a large living room/family room (better clarity and separation than IM7 and no noticeble speaker hiss or rattle).
"Terrific Clarity"on by pasteve
Pros I've been using a Klipch IGroove for about 3 years & the S715i beats the pants off that speaker at half the price I paid for it back in 2007. The 8 hours of portability just makes it that much better!
Cons The small back stand is tough to click in place
Summary The light weight & sleek looks