Is there any chance......
that The Register could do a review on non- iThing docks? Or, at least, ones that have the *option* of being used with non Apple products?
You know, using something obscure like a 3.5mm stereo jack plug?
Philips' audio engineers must be feeling rather pleased with themselves these days. Their Fidelio series of iDevice-friendly speakers - now augmented with Android-oriented models - deliver the kind of sound quality you get from top-of-the-line rivals like B&W and Bose, are very stylishly kitted out and reasonably priced too. …
The poster asked if the reg could review some non-i docks, not if any existed.
I too would be interested in seeing reviews of Android specific docks as, for example, I would like to know well the docking on the Android Fidelio holds a phone with an off-centre usb socket
due to the el reg review I bought the one from last year. there were tiny cracks when playing music through the iphone connector (and iPhone 4) so we returned it eventually. I read that I was not the only one having this problem, I was glad it was from amazon and I could return it easily.
The quality was otherwise pretty good and it had no problem (no cracks in the sound) with a 3,5mm jack (windows phone). One thing is that because of the inclined design dust tends to gather on the black net covering the loudspeaker so you'll have to clean it now and then. the whole device has a very nice quality feeling to it.
its a bit short sited to ask for a Android dock speaker. Or has everybody here forgotten about where the connector comes from??? Well for the ones that had forgotten, Apple produced the Ipod!! which was designed for music, they owned over 70% of mp3 sales for years and now you wonder why nobody makes music for android only, come on and smell the coffee NO STANDARD, NO PRODUCT. its a numbers game.
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