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Logic3 LCD Pro Dock with Remote for iPhone/iPod
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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
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Product Information The LCD Pro Dock allows you to recharge & display video content from your iPod / iPhone, all from one ultra compact and stylish unit. Once docked, sit back and relax with the intelligent LCD remote control without being tied to your iPod/iPhone. The included Intelligent LCD RF remote control syncs with the docked iPod / iPhone, allowing you to browse and select your desired content on the remotes clear and easy to read screen. View videos, photos and slideshows from your iPod nano, classic, touch & iPhone via composite or component outputs. An A/V audio connection allows audio playback via your Hi-Fi system. An AC Adaptor is also supplied to power the dock and simultaneously recharge the docked iPod /iPhone. The LCD Pro Dock comes complete with both Component & AV audio Cables. Key Features/Functions: •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 •AC Adaptor provided to recharge iPod / iPhone •Includes Component Video & Audio A/V Cables Outputs: •Composite Video •Component Video •Audio (2 x RCA) Stereo Line out
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I have this linked to my Amp. It's small, smart and stylish.
I found that the blue flashing light that is constantly on was a bit much, but simply put some red tape over this and that was that.
I read somewhere it was not supposed to be able to be used without the remote, but I found you can operate it no problem by hand if you wish to.
For the price these are, this is an incredibly cheap way of having MP3s coming through your hi-fi and keep the iPod charged at the same time.
- 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.
- 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.
SO: Beware who you buy it from if you need to return it.
rang Logic3 support line listed on back of instruction leaflet to find they have gone into receivership and help not available.
Rang Pricelovers to say could not get it to work - they will assess if I can ship it back, then will test it and if faulty offer me a refund. Not good for me as its a Christmas present.
Would not recommend, spent ages trying to get it to pair up, managed that to find it would not recognise the iPod - message "ipod not connected", followed instructions from another reviewer (thanks!) and removed the cradle. But no joy, although the unit now recognises an iPod is now connected no sound coming from the unit! Does not matter how loud I turn thre volume up, not a peep.
So frustrated, want to send it back. Can only assume it will not work with 5th generation iPods.
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? There's not a lot to choose between them sound wise, although the i20 slightly pips it. I think that maybe I would, but only because the RC is better. It comes down to whether you want a better functioning RC - if you want a more controllable RC, go for this one - if you want a slightly better sound go for the i20. But if this still twenty quid , grab one now.
Seems perfect. £20 seems a lot of money for a bit of plastic to stick your Ipod into just to link it to your HiFi, but you get the dock, the remote, RCA audio cables, and RCA video cables. All in all a very good deal.
Heartily recommend it.
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