Logitech S715i iPhone - iPod Dock

8/15/2012 5:45:43 PM

The first step in attaining a better music experience is to get yourself some nice speakers. When it comes to a computer, or MP3 player, we usually get special speakers that hook into an audio jack. For iOS systems, its a little different, and the ability to get a ‘dock’ will actually give you a much better sound in the long run. There are ton of speaker systems available out there but after doing some research and scouring customer reviews it seems that the best bang for your buck comes with the Logitech S715i.

Description: Logitech S715i iPhone/iPod Dock

Logitech S715i iPhone/iPod Dock

This dock has a very sleek, futuristic look and feel and would fit very well with any modern décor. It features a specialized dock that is designed to hold an iPhone or iPod in an upright, outward facing position. This will allow you to use your touchscreen while the iOS device is plugged into the dock. It sits in a cradle that plugs directly into the ‘power port’ on the bottom of the device. Once plugged in, the dock will amplify the sound from your iOS device ten fold. The Logitech base makes uses of eight different drivers to offer an incredibly powerful sound experience, while still maintaining a portable, compact design.

Other features included are a plastic guard that double as a kickstand. When an iOS device is not in the dock, this plastic cover will protect the connectors from dust. The cover is connected by a hinge, which allows it to move back behind the base, turning it into a kickstand which will keep the dock upright. There is also a power port located on the back of the base which connects to a power supply (included) that will plug any normal outlet. A rubber stopper keeps debris from invading this power port. It also comes with a rechargeable battery, for situations when you are not near a power source but still want to dock your device.

Description: One downside is the lack of any features like an FM radio, clock, or equalizer

One downside is the lack of any features like an FM radio, clock, or equalizer

One downside is the lack of any features like an FM radio, clock, or equalizer. These features are normally standard in some of the more expensive docking units. Which leads me to the price point of this unit. It isn’t exactly cheap, but when you consider how powerful this unit is and how clear and crisp it simplifies sound, then you probably won’t mind shelling out a little more cash. The Logitech S715i will run you around $90 on

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