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Logic3 LCD Pro Dock with Remote for iPhone/iPod

by Logic 3
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  • •Docking Station for re-charging, video and audio output for iPhone/iPod
  • •Intelligent LCD Multi function RF Remote to browse and navigate iPod / iPhone menus
  • •LCD RF remote works from across the room, no line of sight needed
  • •Includes iPod Universal Dock, compatible with any iPod with Dock Connector
  • •Includes Component Video & Audio A/V Cables

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 19.3 x 18.4 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 680 g
  • Item model number: WIP043
  • ASIN: B003ASOHKS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 April 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)

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Product Description

The Logic3 WIP043 LCD Pro Dock is an iPod/iPhone docking solution featuring stereo line audio output, component and composite video outputs, and an RF remote handset with LCD display which replicates your iPod's menus, making browsing your music and movie collection a doddle - no more squinting at your iPod's screen.

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3.9 out of 5 stars

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Steve_D on 7 Oct. 2010
After toying with the idea of getting the official Apple AV cables I decided to go for this product instead. It really does what it says on the box with absolutely no fuss. After unpacking I simply connected the power, plugged in the AV cables to the TV and put the ipod touch into the dock. After configuring the ipod output (very simple instructions), both sound and vision came on right away. This was an initial worry as some users have reported non apple AV cables not working on ipods above 2nd gen (I have a 3rd gen Ipod touch O/S v3). I can confirm this dock 100% works on 3rd gen, the picture quality is excellent and the sound quality is very good (it seems even better when playing music rather than films?)

The nifty remote has a screen similar to the original ipod nano and is very simple and clear to use, allowing films/music to be selected and even volume control without having to return to the ipod, which charges in the dock during use. Due to its compact/portable nature I have watched numerous films and even all of season 8 of 24 whilst on the road in hotels through the use of this ipod dock. An excellent product that for a change works really really well. I was not dissapointed at all, especially for the price.....
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Richard on 12 Jan. 2011
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This product could have gotten 5 stars, however I think only a perfect product should get this and so have given it 4 for the following reasons:

- If you have large libraries, it can take a very long time to scroll to find a song
- The controller does take a little while to respond once in stand-by
- The blinking blue light is very annoying
- Some times the width of the LCD screen is long enough to view enough of the song or album names.

Conversely:

- No other controller will let you navigate your library at all making this the ONLY useful iPod doc remote I've found to date. Play pause and next are simply not good enough when you reach the end of a play-list or album, so I love it's LCD screen.
- Having it standby to save power is a great feature if you ask me and it does not do this unless left for a good 10 mins or so
- You can hide the unit itself in a cabinet or even a draw as the remote is not IR. This also means it works in other rooms. Thus far I've had it working just fine in all rooms adjacent to the one the unit is in (up-stairs and down) :-D
- The menus are simple and easy to use.
- The screen is clear and does an admirable job of representing your songs with what it has.

Ultimately, I LOVE the device and would recommend it to anyone with an existing sound system to plug it into. It was really simple to set-up with not hassle and works a treat.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A. Reynolds on 3 Oct. 2010
I saw this advertised on the back page of an in flight magazine. I had been looking for a way to get music out of my iPod and through a reasonable sounding system but didn't like any of the midi/mini units that come with an iPod doc as their quality wasn't up to what I wanted. Most of all I wanted to be able to fully control the music remotely. This product answers all the questions. Very easy to set up and connect to a hifi (in the end I connected it to a Cambridge Audio Topaz amp and a pair of Wharfedale 9.0 bookshelf speakers. The results are stunning. You can control the iPod, see the same menu screens on the remote as if you were handling the iPod itself and you can control the machine from other rooms.

The only, tiny, downside is that after a few minutes the remote goes into a standby mode. Probably to save battery life. It takes a few seconds to fire back up again which means if you want to do something really quick (like mute the sound or pause a track whilst you answer a phone) you have to wait while it comes to life again.

Overall though I would thoroughly recommend.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Del on 22 Jan. 2011
This unit does what it says on the box. The trouble is that Logic do not tell you on the box what the distance the remote will operate from the base unit. I can only get the remote control to operate 4 metres with direct line of sight to the base unit and about the same if it is going through a wall etc. If this distance is okay with you then the Logic3 is a well made,good value unit. One other problem is that I cant call up artists on the unit and there is no search function on the remote so you have to rely on playlists to get your music quickly
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Dring on 1 Dec. 2010
Bought this to play movies on tv from my touch, it plays movie that you bought from iTunes but will not play rented movies from iTunes which I found out when I rented. Remote is a bit slow when it is not used for a while apart from these two things the product works well and does what it says, resonable priced and looks good overall pleased with purchase.
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By Dave R TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 28 July 2013
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I was using a Pure i10, which I was extremely disappointed with (read my review on it) & upgraded to a Pure i20 which was fantastic (again, read my review). I moved the i10 to my bedroom unit, & whilst it worked OK, it was nothing stunning.

Then this popped up at twenty quid. I'd been toying with this one, but chose the i20 as it was slightly cheaper & had slightly better reviews. So I thought at this price, I'd change the i10.

The unit is a solid feeling base, & whilst it's bigger than the i10 is smaller than the i20. The remote is chunkier than the Pure remotes, feels a bit lightweight, but good enough. Comes with various cables, unfortunately no 2 x phono to 2 x phono. Used a spare set of Fisual Install Series (excellent value), hooked it up & without having to follow the connection instructions, the handset found the unit straight away.

Switched on & started playing straight away. Fantastic sound, & fully controllable from the handset. Sound wise, as good as the Pure i20 (to my slightly duff ears) with a good range to the volume. I've found that I set my stereo to about half volume then control it up or down as required from the handset.

The remote is more usable & responsive than that of the Pure. I've found that with the Pure RC, it has to be pointed directly at the base to work, with the Logic, I can be anywhere in the room & it still works. The small screen replicates the iPod screen, however, it's very dim & can be a struggle to see in bright light. I must speak to Logic & see if this is normal. The other slightly annoying thing is that when it goes into standby, there is few seconds lag before it responds.

So would I have picked this one over the i20?
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