Is there a dedicated iPhone ipad app for the nad viso 1 , like there is for the jbl on beat extreme?
hello WHF and Andy..
i have my JBl Onbeat xtreme,thanks to you,Andy,and am very happy with it.
Well lately i have run across NAD VISO 1 in some videos and am very impressed with their technology behind the speaker grill .
By any chance,will it be a good idea if i trade my JBL ONBEAT XTREME for NAD VISO 1?
Or soudnwise,is JBL still a better sounding dock between the two?
please clarify Andy Clough.
thanks a lot.
If you've already got the JBL OnBeat Xtreme I'd stick with it. It's a great dock (we use one constantly in the office) and I don't think you need to swap it out at this stage. Save the money for something else!
oh sweet...Thanx a lot Andy for clearing the air:)
I will keep rockin wit ma Onbeat..
I was torn between the B&W Zeppelin Air and the Nad Viso 1 and decided to go for the Viso 1... I'd heard the Zeppelin Air in action in a shop in York and I was very impressed with the sound quality... So it was a very difficult decision to choose between the two... But after doing hours of research, reading reviews and watching videos I quickly realised I'd made the right choice... The sound quality of the Viso 1 is in a different league to the Zeppelin Air... Much much better bass response with absolutely no distortion at high volumes... I'm blown away by it... In my opinion it's the best system on the market for £400... Even though the Zeppelin Air is rated at 150W, the Viso 1 sounds way louder... It must be due to the acoustics of the box... It's also a nice feature to be able to plug it in the PS3 using a Digital Optical Cable for outstanding sound quality while watching a Bluray... All in all the Viso 1 is a fabulous piece of kit with much better sound than the Zeppelin Air and is worth every penny of £400... While the B&W is a little pricey at £500 if you ask me...
Ratings out of 10:
Nad Viso 1 = 10
B&W Zeppelin Air = 7
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