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Saturday, March 04, 2006

iPod Hi-Fi: My Thoughts

I went to the opening of a new Apple Store in North Park mall today and got to check out all the cool new products released last week. There is not a lot to say about the new contraption that you dock you iPod in. Well, it plays music... from your iPod, and it does a dang good job of it. The sound quality was far superior of the Bose SoundDock sitting next to it. The most noticeable difference in sound quality over other iPod sound docks was the bass performance. One reason I hate the Bose SoundDock so much is the fact that it has hardly any bass, if any. In fact, the iPod Hi-Fi had such good bass that it made the table vibrate and you could see and feel the subwoofer inside of it. It also had better volume than other iPod sound docks. There are some problems I have with it though. First off, it is very heavy. I could not see carrying it around the house or in the backyard. Second, your iPod is not locked into dock and could fall off if picked up. I much prefer the design of the Altec Lansing inMotion and it's little door thing you open up and slide your iPod into. I did like that it can be controlled with the included Apple Remote and that there are customized settings for the dock in the new iPod firmware. If you do not plan to move you iPod dock around then I would definitely go with the iPod Hi-fi over any of the other Sound Docks. If you want more than please read PC Mag's Review.

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Hi, Does the ipod shuffle fit into, cuz it doesn't look like it ?!?!

Yes. There is an auxiliary port on the back where you can plug in a Shuffle or another kind of MP3 player. I forgot to mention that in the post.

OH! thanxs, so it will work!

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