It truely is a fantastic speaker. Looks the rubbish and every note,noise,sound are accentuated in the extreme. Acoustics are phenomenal but even electro sounds atmospheric. My music collection is more varied than most. This dock has had a testing.
5 out of 5.
NB:- If i lived in a mansion or even a 5 bed house it may not quite do a party.
If you have three hundred pounds and you want to buy one. DON'T. Pay four hundred for his big borther. I compaired my old bose SD with the mini Z. There was a slight difference but very small. I've just taken the mini Z back and got the big Z. That extra one hundred quid is well worth it!
Wow! This sounds good, + I got it as graded stock for £189 with a 2 year warranty. This is my sons first piece of decent hifi which he got this Xmas, he's gonna have high expectations when this needs replacing.
I have one, it is AMAZING! I recommend one to anyone!
Just bought one and it sounds really excellent. But, the USB connection to update the mini is a USB "b" and not a mini USB such as the one you get to connect a digital camera. So you might need to buy an extra cable. Also, the remote only controls the volume and the selection of tracks for the album you are playing. It does not allow you to to control any of the deeper menu's on the ipod... on mine the remote range is a bit iffy... even from 4 feet away...
Yes it's a great sounding unit, but I have just returned mine, the first one failed (less than 6 months old)and B&W failed to fix it. It was returned without the original PS and they had failed to fix the fault. John Lewis replaced it with a new unit but that was also faulty. John Lewis have now refunded my money, thank you JL, but what is going on at B&W? What has happened to their quality control?
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