What Hi Fi Sound and Vision Fri, 21 Sep 2007, 10:00am

Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere 2

Tested at £80
100100
5

Still a comfortable class-leader and now it’s iPhone friendly, too. A superb buy

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For

  • Stylish, portable design
  • simple to use and with remote
  • excellent, even-handed, room-filling sound

Against

  • No video outputs, should that be a concern for you

With little fanfare Logitech has released a Mk2 version of its Award-winning £80 iPod dock. The big difference is that it's now ‘works with iPhone'-certified.

The previous 'Tech needed to be switched to ‘Airplane' mode to avoid electrical interference, which didn't let you receive calls. The hard carry case is now a softer bag but elsewhere, much is the same.

The speaker dock still cuts a sharp appearance and feels solidly built.

The dock comes with the usual array of connectors for the full spectrum of iPods, while there's a remote that gives you total control of your tunes.

Sonically, it still delivers an impressively large sound for such a small device, and it goes pretty loud, too.

All the vital components of good quality sound are here – no mean feat for an £80 iPod dock – ensuring plenty of detail is uncovered, plus there's punch and weight and impressive dynamics.

This remains an excellent proposition and simply the best value option all-round if you're in the market for an iPod speaker dock at this price-point.

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