Speaker Docks

Post Date: Saturday, March 10, 2012
The IHome IA100 is the flagship unit in IHome's new linf of app-enhanced devices. This means that all dock settings can be controlled and adjusted with apps on an IOS device. The IA100 is universal, meaning that it supports IPhone, IPod Touch, and IPad devices. I am sure IPad 3 support is coming in a future firmware release. This dock features Bluetooth capabilities that allow you to listen to music, as well as make and receive calls. This is in addition to the built-in dock for IOS devices. This is one of the most easy-to-use docks I have ever encountered.
Post Date: Tuesday, July 31, 2012
This sound dock is great. It comes with a remote, which is fairly easy to use. Yes, it's a little pricey, but you're getting really good sound quality for the price. Like most speaker docks, this charges your iOS device as well as plays it. It isn't bluetooth enabled though. It has an auxiliary input on the back for non-ios devices. A word of warning though, this dock will work with the iPad 2, however you have to use a dock extender with it, it charges the iPad.
Post Date: Friday, October 4, 2013
As a totally blind person good sound is something that is incredibly important to me. Over the past couple of years I have spent a large amount of time and money on different speakers and headphones for my IPod touch 4th gen and I phone. As the title of this review hints, I will be reviewing my newly acquired Bose Soundlink Mini. Lets Get started. My first foray into the world of Bluetooth speakers was about a year ago when I came across the Logitech Mini Boom box. This was a tiny yet very loud speaker that paired with my IPod in no time.
Post Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The bose sound link air looks like the sounddock but with no dock. The battery for the portible sounddock actually is the same one the bose air uses. I like the feel of it, because on the top where the lights are it's a smooth finish. Getting the Bose air on your network is a breeze. On your Iphone under Wifi choose bose air and type in in the browzer. It will take you to the bose set up page where you can find your wireless connection and type in your password.
Post Date: Thursday, March 28, 2013
Brookstone Bid Blue Live Bluetooth Speaker $99, available at Target or $79 from Amazon Features: Dual Speaker design with internal Sub White or black plastic casing that flows with iOS device design 6 control buttons on top On and Off switch, Mini USB charging port, and 3.5mm audio jack on the rear Microphone Activity LED's below speakers A2TP and ability to function as Speaker phone 6 hour battery life with 2-3 hour charge time Orientation: With the front speakers' grill facing you, the top possesses the 6 control buttons.
Post Date: Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Two weeks ago I bought a Docking station and this is a cool one! It is a sony stereo with a docking station for iPods and iPhones unfortunately it doesn't work with the iPad. It comes with a Remote control. On the top it has a CD player on the right side of that slot it has an eject button. Below that to the left it has a on/off button and the screen To the right side their is a wheel With different settings one is for the iPod another is for the CD player another one for the FM radio Another for A.M. Radio and some kind of Audio Input button which I don't know what that is for!
Post Date: Sunday, March 31, 2013
Hi everyone, I thought I’d share my opinion about the “Veho 360 degrees M4 Bluetooth speaker” that I got for my iPhone a couple of weeks ago. Description The speaker is circular in shape, I think this is why it’s called “360 degrees”, and is very small. I’d say height wise it’s about the same size as a coke can, if not then a bit smaller. On the top are some controls in a circle surrounded by a button in the middle. Towards the base of the speaker is some raised writing which I think just says “Veho”.