I cannot fault this product except its rather steep price which is totally justifiable once you hear the audio this little thing can produce. I am no audiophile by any means but the Bose SoundDocks do sound superior to my untrained ears when I compared it to other iPod dock speakers (i.e. JBL, Sony, etc). I paid £225 at John Lewis where the B&W Zeppelin Mini was selling for £300. £75 is a big difference and so I went with the Bose and have no regrets as I could barely tell the difference in sound quality. The £315 Portable version is worth it if budget is not an issue but the SoundDock II is probably sitting at a sweet spot pricing-wise.
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