Logitech Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

October 23rd, 2012 by admin software


Logitech Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

Logitech Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

  • Wireless speaker for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch: Stream and control stereo audio from your touch screen tablet or smartphone
  • Long-range Bluetooth wireless connection: Place the speaker up to 33 feet/10 meters from your tablet or smartphone. (Actual wireless range will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions.)
  • Rechargeable battery: Listen up to 6 hours straight on the internal NiMH battery (Actual battery life will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles.)
  • Custom-tuned audio: Eight speaker drivers deliver big, rich sound with deep bass
  • Go-anywhere design: Easy to take around the house, to parties and on the road

Features
Wireless Boombox
Noteworthy Features •  Wireless audio streaming from your tablet or smartphone •  Bluetooth connection with 33 ft. wireless range •  Six-hour rechargeable battery for music listening on the go** •  Eight custom-tuned drivers for high-fidelity sound •  Portable design moves easily from room to room
*Actual wi

List Price: $ 149.99

Price: $ 118.01

Logitech Harmony One 880 890 720 Remote Battery

Logitech Harmony One 880 890 720 Remote Battery

  • Logitech Li-ion Battery for Harmony Remote One:
  • 880 890 pro 720, pro 880, pro 900
  • 930mAh 3.7v 190304-2000 R-IG7
  • 950m Ah 3.7v 190304-RIG7
  • White or Blue type

Brand New Genuine
Logitech Li-ion Battery for

Harmony Remote One 880 890 890 pro 720, also fits Logitech Wireless DJ System

Logitech part # 190304-2000 R-IG7

This is a 100% brand new in bag, never been used or installed original high-quality Logitech battery.

List Price: $ 29.99

Price: $ 3.81

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  1. Comment by Genevieve Sass
    608 of 620 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Good Buy, September 14, 2010
    By 
    Genevieve Sass (Tennessee, USA) –
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    I bought this docking station for use while deployed to Iraq and I hijacked my wife’s Amazon account to do it (smart, right?). It is surprisingly light and slim, especially considering the fullness, crispness, and volume of the sound that it produces. I have not been disappointed, particularly at this price point.

    Features that I really like:
    1. Dual voltage, which is great for overseas travel.
    2. Comes with power adapter.
    3. AUX-IN capability has been very useful for plugging in to my laptop for movies.
    4. They did away with the iPod inserts, and the design ingeniously allows whatever iPod you insert to rest against a back stop, so that you aren’t stressing the connector when you push on the iPod to control it.
    5. Remote is simple on features but works very well even when not pointed directly at the unit.

    Features that could still be improved:
    1. The carry case is more like a dust cover. It is made from the same material those re-usable grocery bags are made from. I am not complaining that it doesn’t come with something more substantial at this price, but I do hope that Logitech or some other manufacturer makes something with padding for those of us who travel a lot. I’d be happy to purchase it as an accessory.
    2. The AC adapter would be even better if the prongs folded in, as many travel adapters do.
    3. You can’t use an iPod touch that has a case on it. The docking area narrows toward the bottom making the width a problem–even with slim fitting cases. This just means you have to have a case that comes off easily or one that has a detachable bottom.

    Overall I give this a 5 star rating. I waited about a month and a half for this to be released based on initial industry industry reviews (CNET, etc.) and features; I am not disappointed. The sound is great. It is portable. It looks good. It is not extremely expensive. Those all add up to a real winner. I own a Bose Sound Dock (original) and feel that the sound is better on that speaker system–fuller bass and it fills the room a bit better, however the price was double and it is not portable. I challenge anyone to find something higher quality and more versatile for the $150 or under range.

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  2. Comment by Roman Shulman
    275 of 280 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good sound, two gripes, September 19, 2010
    By 
    Roman Shulman
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    Right out of the box and plugged in the unit produced very good sound. At first I thought the kickstand was flimsy and was not supporting the unit well. Another review here helped resolve this by pointing out that it needs to be pushed in harder than one may think, and then it really does lock in.

    Appearance/design

    I find that Logitech iPod speaker systems generally lack some elegance, but S715i looks a lot better than the previous attempts. Those searching for a more elegant system may wish to look at Altec Lansing products, but in my opinion Logitech beats Altec in sound quality. The trayless doc is a good new feature for Logitech.

    Price-to-performance

    The unit could have been priced higher and would still attract attention of many – it is really inexpensive for what it does.

    Sound quality

    The box produces full and clean sound with impressive for the size bass. Logitech “has got it going on” in the base area. On certain tracks the bass may feel a little too pounding. Also, at times I found the mids slightly lacking. Some listeners have compared the sound of this unit to that of Bose. It is a fair comparison. After listening to this Logitech unit for a few days I went to a store to listen to Bose SoundDock Portable, and I could not say that Bose sounded better. Listening in a store, where there is a level of noise, is not the same as at home, so it wasn’t a good test.

    The two gripes

    Another reviewer said this already – why, oh why did Logitech decide that long run time on battery was more important than the sound quality? When unplugged, the sound deteriorates. The base and the fullness go away. It is not just the volume – it feels like the sub-system responsible for the lowest notes shuts down. I can imagine it takes quite a bit of power to drive those notes out of the box, but at least there could be an option to keep the same sound at expense of run time. Make no mistake – it is still better than OK sound, and there is quite a bit of bass left, but it’s not quite the same. I like to carry these things from room to room, and I think this is a notable flaw. My second gripe is about remote control lacking full functionality – it is not able to control iPod menus. Logitech already had this in Pure-Fi Anywhere 2, why give it up now?

    Bottom line

    Very good unit which earned its place on my home office desk. It is bound to surprise some guests with the sound quality for the size and keep me and hopefully other family members good company from time to time. Big compliments to Logitech, this system does represent progress in small-size inexpensive sound systems.

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  3. Comment by W. H. Watford
    195 of 201 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent full range sound, September 12, 2010
    By 
    W. H. Watford (Birmingham, Al USA) –
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    I’ve had this model a few days, having waited months after reading rave reviews from preview electronic shows. It was worth the wait. I love a wide range of music, and am picky about sound quality. This speaker system is absolutely remarkable. I’ve listened to James Taylor, Luciano Pavarotti, Mozart’s Requiem, Earth Wind and Fire, REM, among others and all of these sound wonderful, with crisp highs, resonant base notes, and a warmth in the mid-range that I’ve not ever heard from any portable player, including CD players, much less from compressed digital formats. It sounds better than my Bose Wave Radio/CD player, which I keep in my office. My son, a musician, walked downstairs and just looked at the small player in astonishment, thinking I had been playing our main sound system (built in speakers throughout the house). I love this little speaker system so much, that I’ve already ordered a second one. It is smaller than I expected, which is a plus. You could easily slip it into a suitcase. The design is handsome, but I agree that the little stand doesn’t snap into place tightly. This hasn’t been a problem, however, and I’ve not had the stand collapse. I strongly recommend this player to anyone who has been longing for excellent sound reproduction from a portable model.

    UPDATE: After I wrote this I realized that the cover door, which flips back to make the stand, does snap securely if you just push it hard enough.

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  4. Comment by Marvin R. Doering
    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Glad I got this when I did., April 27, 2011
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    Marvin R. Doering (Lemay, Missouri USA) –
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    This review is from: Logitech Harmony One 880 890 720 Remote Battery (Electronics)

    If you have a Harmony 1 you better examine the battery. Mine was about 4 years old and started not holding a charge. I had to pry out the old battery which was swollen so much I think it would have eventually exploded. I never saw anything like this before on a rechargable battery. If yours is getting up in years consider replacing it.

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  5. Comment by Takis
    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not genuine, November 13, 2011
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    Takis (USA) –
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    This review is from: Logitech Harmony One 880 890 720 Remote Battery (Electronics)

    This is advertised as genuine Logitech battery but it’s a generic fake one. It works so far and hopefully won’t explode.
    I hope the seller gets honest and at least clarifies its a fake one.

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  6. Comment by Simmer "itsme0209"
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works, August 16, 2010
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    Simmer “itsme0209″ (Philadelphia, PA United States) –
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    This review is from: Logitech Harmony One 880 890 720 Remote Battery (Electronics)

    My remote was acting funny lately. It lost its charge and it was having connection issues with the base. The charging base is a whole other story, but if I do not position the remote perfectly on the base it will not charge the battery at all. And by perfect I mean you could blow on the remote and it will lose its connection with the base.

    Anyway, I figured I owned it for over 5 years and it was time to replace the battery.

    This battery works as it should. Got the remote to connect to the base after 5 minutes of trying to position it correctly (damn you Logitech and your horribly constructed base that you will not replace!)

    I wish the price was a little lower for this battery though.

    If you think about it, the cost is about 25% of purchasing a brand new remote.

    Overall, it works great, and I would recommend if you need a replacement battery.

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