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Bose SoundDock 2.0 Speaker System - Glossy Black
$299.00 to $304.98
Music has the power to move you - and Bose has an iPod speaker system that moves with your music. The SoundDock Portable digital music system reproduces your favorite tunes with fullness and clarity unusual for a portable system. And it's so compact, you can take it just about anywhere, even outdoors.The SoundDock Portable system was engineered so your iPod can be enjoyed out loud in more locations, without compromising sound quality. Bose proprietary waveguide speaker technology and powerful neodymium speakers provide efficient, high quality audio from a slim profile.
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SummaryProduct Title:Bose SoundDock 2.0 Speaker System - Glossy Black
Lowest Price:$299.00from B&H Photo-Video
DescriptionMusic has the power to move you - and Bose has an iPod speaker system that moves with your music. The SoundDock Portable digital music system reproduces your favorite tunes with fullness and clarity unusual for a portable system. And it's so compact, you can take it just about anywhere, even outdoors.The SoundDock Portable system was engineered so your iPod can be enjoyed out loud in more locations, without compromising sound quality. Bose proprietary waveguide speaker technology and powerful neodymium speakers provide efficient, high quality audio from a slim profile.
- Device Type: Speaker System
- Height: 6.75 in
- Width: 12 in
- Depth: 6.94 in
- Weight: 5.23 lbs
- Warranty Information: Limited
- URL: http://www.bose.com
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- Green Compliance: WEEE
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- Device Type: Speaker System
3 Reviews for Bose Music has the power to move you-and Bose has a speaker system that moves with your music. The SoundDock Portable system offers a combination of performance and playtime that other rechargeable systems can't match. Enjoy music from your iPod or iPhone almo22/10/2007I spent countless hours researching portable speaker systems. After reading many web site and owner reviews I narrowed my choices down to four models. The first model was the Altec Lansing InMotion im7. I wasen't able to find this model in any store so I could listen to the sound quality for myself, so I eliminated it. The others were also Altec Lansing based on good reviews. First up was the InMotion im600, Second was the m602 and last the Bose SoundDock Portable. My final decision came down to the ability to listen to these three models side by side.
There wasen't any real comparison after a listen to the Bose. They blew the other two away. Great base and great highs. I was sold. I do realize the Bose are pricy but like most people out there, these are not my first IPOD speakers but the will be my last. Go for it and get the best first. The Bose are the way to go!19/01/2008After reading MANY reviews, both here on Amazon and on many other sites on the Internet, I have observed that most people either love Bose and everything they make or they seem to hate everything that is Bose. Well I can honestly say that I do not fit into either of these categories. I do own some Bose products and I enjoy them very much. However, Bose items are extremely expensive and I will not pay out that kind of hard earned cash for a product just because of the name. I have learned, when it comes to Bose I ALWAYS insist on listening to the device first before buying it. I have heard some excellent sound from some Bose speakers but some of their speakers are only mediocre. Their headphones are a mixed bag as well. I never purchase a Bose product unseen or unheard. My decision to purchase this second generation Bose SoundDock Portable Digital Music System was no exception.
I was on the fence about this purchase for several weeks. I had researched the first...23/10/2007The sound quality, as you might expect, is quite good, and the loudness is nice too. For better or for worse, it's got the signature Bose sound (loaded low, with great highs, and a bit deemphasized towards the middle), but overall, this thing sounds great.
However, this product has unadvertised problems with the 3rd Generation iPods (black and white screen, dock connector, four buttons and a touch-wheel), and I'm glad I discovered this in the store before paying the full $400. When plugged into the Sounddock, the screen freezes, and neither the remote nor the buttons can advance the track. The ill effects cease the moment the iPod is removed, but nonetheless, it's more or less unusable with this early iPod. If you're thinking of trying it and have a 3G iPod, I'd recommend looking elsewhere, or at least going in to a Bose store to double check and make sure that you too don't experience this problem. Bose has heard about it, but apparently it's not a fixable issue, just...