Best iPod bass speakers

Discussion in 'iPod' started by mikedk, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. mikedk macrumors newbie

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    I´m looking for some speakers for my iPod touch 4g. They should be under $100 and with great bass, because I will use them mostly for travelling parties. They have to be portable. I would probalby go for this:

    http://www.logitech.com/en-us/speakers-audio/ipod-mp3-speakers/devices/4781

    I read reviews and people say speaker is loud and clear and have good bass. It is also portable. Do you think they are good to buy or should I go for something else? Thanks a lot
     
  2. Alan64 macrumors member

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    I don't have that unit, but Logitech dock speakers are usually good bang-for-your-buck. I love their Pure-Fi Anywhere 2. Small & lightweight, can be plugged in or uses an internal rechargable battery. Sounds great despite it's small size. I listen to it outside on the deck, take it on vacations to a condo or hotel, etc. HOWEVER, it's not made to crank super loud like at a party (unless it's a party in a dorm room or similar).

    The one you point to is a clock radio, basically, so I also question whether it would get loud enough for your needs. I think you should look at the Logitech S715i.
     
  3. hilaryaustin macrumors newbie

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    the Pure-Fi can last at least 1 day and 1/2 of non stop music. But its usage are good for traveling or while on tour.

    While the Logitech S715i is good if you are traveling also. But its capacity to produce enough power sounds is the thing you can think. It has 4 powered speakers. It's ideal if you are going to the beach were in you light it out on your cottage.
     
  4. kuebby macrumors 68000

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    I have that exact speaker system and I can testify that it's awesome. For the price the sound you get is great, it has a clock (with alarm!), a remote, and it gets LOUD without a lot of distortion.

    I've used it with batteries (it uses AAs I believe) but I don't really recommend it because it kinda eats em up.

    I definitely recommend it if you're looking for some travel speakers. I use it more than my Bose Sounddock now because of the alarm/clock functionality.
     

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