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Apple iPod Hi-Fi White loudspeaker

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iPod Hi-Fi
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Apparatus that converts electrical impulses into sound, typically as part of a public address system.
loudspeakers
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Included since: 04 Mar 2006
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Long product name Apple iPod Hi-Fi White loudspeaker :
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iPod Hi-Fi
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Short summary description Apple iPod Hi-Fi White loudspeaker:
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Apple iPod Hi-Fi, 53 - 16000 Hz, White, D-cell, 16.8 lbs (7.6 kg), 17 x 6.89 x 6.61" (432 x 175 x 168 mm), Bass Reflex
Long summary description Apple iPod Hi-Fi White loudspeaker :

Apple iPod Hi-Fi. Frequency range: 53 - 16000 Hz. Color of product: White. Battery type: D-cell. Weight: 16.8 lbs (7.6 kg). Dimensions (WxDxH): 17 x 6.89 x 6.61" (432 x 175 x 168 mm), Audio output: Bass Reflex, Audio output channels: 2.1 channels

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2013-11-01
Testseek has collected 33 expert reviews for Apple iPod Hi-Fi and the average expert rating is 67 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
67%
Source Review comments Score
pcmag.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
It may not be exactly what people were clamoring for at Steve Jobs most recent media hypevent, but the Apple iPod Hi-Fi ($349 direct) is now part of Apples steadily growing repertoire of iPod accessories. I got my hands on one and took it for a spi...
Good Excellent sound quality. Can run on alkaline batteries or AC power. Optical and analog audio inputs.
Bad Menu button on remote doesnt activate the iPods menu system. No video pass-through. Not available in all black.
Bottom line Its no surprise that the new champ among iPod speakers/docks comes from none other than Apple. Its versatile and loud enough for almost any listening needs, though it lacks video output...
90%
maclife.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
The Hi-Fi looks cool without its black-mesh covering. If you want a good-sounding iPod speaker system, you can spend as little as $149.99 for the Logitech mm50 (www.logitech.com) or as much as $399.99 for the Klipsch iFi (www.klipsch.com). The iPod...
Good Sounds good for its size. No power brick.
Bad Pricey. No extra features or functions.
Bottom line The Hi-Fis sound quality is good enough to earn it our Great rating, but we cant help thinking about how Awesome it could be with either a lower price or some innovative iPod-oriented features.
80%
macworld.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Apple made some big claims when it introduced the iPod Hi-Fi?by calling it an ?audiophile-quality? system, the company invited harsh criticism from audio geeks everywhere. Had the pitch instead been, ?We don?t think anyone else has done the all-in-one...
80%
ipodobserver.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Apples entry into the "hi-fi" speaker market has not been met without skepticism. After all, the iPod Hi-Fis marketing materials would leave one to wonder if Apple has simply never heard of customers using their iPods with anything other than the bun...
80%
thelobeandmail.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
The freight train that is the iPod has become an outright phenomenon and put the fortunes of Apple back on track. Theres hardly a debate about that. But when you factor in how many third-party peripherals there are for iPods, on top of what Apple put...
80%
onheadphones.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Apple's iPod Hi-Fi loudspeaker system was designed to replace your two-channel home speaker system and while it does sound quite good, it really does not have enough aural prowess to replace any high-end system.Something very creepy happened during App...
Good Well built and easy to set-up. Works well with all iPod models and the remote is quite good. Can be used outside as long you don't mind the weight of the batteries. Sound quality is very good, but the top end has been lobbed off to protect you from the evils of MP3s. Will play very loudly.
Bad Is not as good as Steve Jobs claims. With all of the batteries inside, it weighs far too much. Top end does not have enough extension. May encourage you to listen far too loudly. Soundstage width and depth suffers due to the design.
Bottom line The iPod Hi-Fi is a credible desktop system that works very well with the iPod, but it is hardly the high-end audio system killer that Steve Jobs bragged about. It faces a lot of competition from Klipsch, Altec Lansing, Monitor Audio, and others...
70%
macnews.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
The iPod Hi-Fi from Apple is described as a new high-fidelity speaker system that works with the iPod and a home stereo system. It’s a very nice package and will appeal to true iPod devotees. However, at US$349, it’s not something I personally...
65%
macenstein.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Despite all my criticisms, the iPod Hi-Fi delivers a great room-filling sound and decent bass, especially for an all-in-one unit. However, Apple’s claims that it is portable are more of a gimmick than practical. Just because it CAN run off batteries...
65%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2013-11-01
Video review: Judged not only by its maker’s high standards, but also by its leading rivals’ efforts, this system is neither Apple nor hi-fi...
Good It’s from Apple. Really, really loud. Runs on batteries or the mains...
Bad Not as refined as some rivals. Looks lack the Apple finesse...
Bottom line Judged not only by its maker’s high standards, but also by its leading rivals’ efforts, this system is neither Apple nor hi-fi...
60%
ilounge.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
In order to fully understand our perspective on Apple Computers new iPod Hi-Fi ($349), a new all-in-one speaker system with an iPod dock on top, youll need to put aside both the hype surrounding its announcement, and the highly critical response its...
Good (Click here for details.) Its no great shock that Apples kept iPod Hi-Fis controls incredibly simple: the only two buttons on its body are capacitive (touch-sensitive) plus and minus circles on top, directly in front of the Universal Dock. Theres a...
Bad idering all of these factors, and despite its good (if warm) low-volume sound and strong performance at high volumes, iPod Hi-Fi falls somewhere in the middle of the semi-portable speaker pack. Because of its comparatively high price, staid design, and...
Bottom line If sustained sound quality at high volumes was the only measure of a great iPod speaker system, ratings would be easy to assign, and iPod Hi-Fi would be at or near the top of the pile. In fact, the iPod-specific speaker market has grown so considerably...
60%
avguide.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
On Feb. 28, Apple Computer announced the iPod Hi-Fi, a remote-controllable powered stereo loudspeaker with integrated iPod docking port. With optional-but-necessary iPod (approximately $400), the $349 Hi-Fi is a complete compact audio system in the $7...
Bottom line Upside: Most buyers won’t care about the iPod Hi-Fi’s lack of extended high frequencies or true deep bass. With compressed recordings via an iPod, it sounds decent as long as it isn’t turned up too loud. Its compact form and portability make it ideal f...
0%
soundandvision.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Apples computers have always been audio- and video-friendly, but the company has mostly left the home entertainment part of the equation up to third-party developers. Although an Apple hard-disk video recorder or music server has seemed like an obvio...
0%
ubergizmo.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Last week, I was looking for a speaker system for my iPod, so I walked to the Apple Store on University Avenue and got an Apple Hi-Fi. I was looking for something with a clean design and sound quality. The Apple Hi-Fi seemed like the perfect candidate...
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LordPercy.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Apple are a little late to the iPod speaker party, but their late entrant has raced to the front of the grid offering stunning sounds if not the most eye watering design. We put the iPod HiFi through its paces.
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informationweek.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Historically, Apple Computer has had a fairly hands-off approach when it came to accessories for its venerable iPod. While offering a few essential attachments, Apple always seemed to stop short of encroaching on the third-party products coming from co...
0%
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