I read with interest the review for the Klipsch iGroove HG and thought yes I'm having one of those - alas I am disappointed to say the least...
Im not sure what constitutes 5 stars but in my humble opinion its barely worth 3. I find the sound quality poor, with a poor midrange, woolly base and a treble that at times is very hard on the ears. The whole sound just does not seem to gel well at all. I purchased the unit from Argos yesterday and tried returning it today but alas they refuse as I've opened the unit so it looks like I'm stuck with it.
I just hope it improves with age, although I doubt it very much!!
Andy... you should have no problem returning your unit to Argos at all. The whole point is that you are allowed to try the item to see if you are satisfied with it! I have returned items that have been opened before, if they refuse simply ask to speak to the manager and say you are disatisfied with the product! You get 14 days I believe, so if your quick you may still be within the return period!
dont know what andys on about this is a brill system ,i wonder has he mucked about with his EQ settings in his ipod ,my pal has a bose system and this keeps up with it at 3rd of the price ,,i say buy buy you will not be dissapointed
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