Logitech Speaker S125i - Portable dock For iPod
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- Play and charge any iPod model with a dock connector, except 3rd generation models
- Feel the beat even more with bass boost.
- A compact size and up to 10 hours of battery life.
- Listen to any portable music player with a standard 3.5 mm stereo jack.
- (The Shuffle does not have a dock connector. And an audio cable is not provided)
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The Logitech Portable Speaker S125i is ready to move, ready to groove.
Just slip your iPod into this funky dock, and you're ready to move and groove to your favourite hip-hop band or pop anthem and enjoy your iPod movies on the go. Suddenly you have a new emotional connection to your music and video. Wherever you and your Portable Speaker S125i go, your friends are sure to follow.
This compact stereo speaker with Bass Boost is lightweight and offers long-lasting tunes - up to 10 hours of battery life from four “AA” batteries - so your music is easily transportable, whether going to the park or the beach with friends, on family picnics, camping, sleepovers, football practice – the possibilities are endless.
The Logitech Portable Speaker S125i
The S125i also comes with a low-voltage power supply for endless bedroom listening without batteries. Compatible with iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle, iPod Video and iPod Classic, your iPod is always fully charged and ready to go. Simple controls, make setup and listening child’s play.
Turn your laptop into a bedroom cinema!
Forget listening to those tinny little speakers in your laptop or netbook – plug your S125i into your PC and enjoy full, rich sounds from your DVDs, experience iPlayer and 4OD like never before, get right inside Youtube. Or listen to any portable music player with a standard 3.5mm stereo jack.
On the move, the compact size and up to 10 hours of battery life make it easy to listen to and share your favourite music out and about. Added bass boost bass lets you feel the beat even more.
It's so simple, your mum and dad will want to borrow it. But make them get their own.
Top Customer Reviews
- S125i Speaker
- AC Power supply
- Universal Dock Adapter
- Quick-start guide (5 pages of English)
The S125i Speaker itself is extremely compact (19.8 x 8.6 x 8.9 cm) and much smaller than Amazon's product image would lead you to believe. It sports a bold, fashionable look, with its matte black and glossy white colour scheme. Its smooth curvy shape not only gives it a cute, friendly appearance, but also makes it easy to grip and move with one hand. At a very light weight 342 g (without batteries) the S125i most definitely is "ready to move".
On the front of the S125i are four black buttons: Volume down, Power on/off, Volume up and Bass Boost. The Power button is illuminated by a green LED. The Bass Boost feature, according to the quick-start guide, is "a custom equaliser setting that maximises the bass, while at the same time minimising distortion for any song". On the back of the S125i are two ports: a standard 3.5mm Aux-in (for connecting other MP3 players) and an AC Power input (for powering the S125i and charging your iPod). Unfortunately there's no iPod Dock Connector port, so you can't use the S125i as a dock for syncing your iPod with your Mac or PC.
The S125i is a portable system at a budget price, so it's unrealistic to expect powerful and impressive sound quality. However, I found it very acceptable and pleasant to listen to. It doesn't sound tinny or distorted; it sounds clear and capable.Read more ›
You get the unit itself, plus a mains adapter. The cord is fairly long, so you're able to plug it in near the floor yet place the unit on a table. It takes 4 x AA batteries for those times you want to take it caravanning with you or whatever, which isn't too bad.
It is small and light, yet aesthetically quite pleasing. The size means it is easily transportable, and I'm tempted to bring it into work for those occasions where I have the office to myself. Despite the feeling of lightness, it seems to be relatively sturdy, not like those electronic items that feel light and cheap.
The port on the top allows me to attach my nano securely, and although I've caught my nano with my elbow occasionally, the unit is light enough that the whole thing rocks back instead of ripping the nano out of the socket and potentially damaging it. That's definitely a design plus!
The speakers are too close together to get a real feel for stereo, but the quality of the sound, considering the size and price, is very good indeed. It's never going to set the world on fire, but it's perfect for when you're stuck for tunes while doing the dishes or, like I'm doing now, listening to music while at my desk PC.
It can reach quite high volumes, and despite a little bit of vibration in the speakers, it still sounds good. The bass booster button increases the quality of the sound still further, although that is the only way to mess with the output.Read more ›
Targeted at the budget-price conscious it's a very basic and you could say bland design certainly not that sexy. The design indeed is based around the squeezing of 1.25" speakers into a semi-glossy black plastic casing with high-contrast white oval metal speaker grilles. The front has volume, mains power swithc, and bass boost buttons, while its top has a Universal Dock well. On the rear it has ports for wall adapter power and auxiliary audio input. the unit comes with mains adapter and has a battery compartment on the bottom that you should get about 10 hours run time from four AA batteries. The dock is designed solely for use with Dock Connecting iPods, not iPhones. You can plug any external music source in via the 1/4 jack.
So what does it sound like? I assume by reading this you are seeking a value dock with reasonable sound and not a high end hi fi performance. if it's the latter checkout BOSE because the sound from this unit is meant to be whilst you are on the beach, getting ready, out in the garden with your mates - it's not meant fro serious listening sessions. So it's a bit flat in parts and lacks deep, deep bass (although the boost certainly makes a difference), but overall it's OK it really is. In fact on some songs I found the sound rich and very good, otherwise were a bit weaker.
Overall, for the price it's hard to beat.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved these speakers! I had them for several years. Only just broken through on fault of my own. Will be purchasing these again. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great portable sound on a budget. Small enough to take along in your carry on luggage but big enough sound to fill a room. Read morePublished on 9 Jan. 2013 by David Sparrow
We've now got three of these brilliant little speakers and thoroughly recommend them for the price, quality of sound, portability and ease of use. Read morePublished on 10 Jun. 2011 by S. Stileman
I purchased this product to take on holiday and was very impressed. It is compact and portable and works off batteries and from the mains. Read morePublished on 3 May 2011 by AlisonS
Bought this speaker for my daughters bedroom, its a small room so not much space for big appliances, this one is just right and the sound is brilliant for such a small and compact... Read morePublished on 18 Mar. 2011 by vee.123
this is an excellent i pod player with a good quality sound, hard to find one as compact and small, ideal for carrying from room to room, cant fault it at allPublished on 8 Mar. 2011 by mags
After a lot of researching different docks, this one was my choice for better or worse. Well, it's my first docking station so I have nothing to compare it to but I'm very happy... Read morePublished on 3 Mar. 2011 by Noreen
I had recently been given an ipod with a lot of rock music on and as I don't like headphones bought this little dock to listen to my music around the house. Read morePublished on 3 Feb. 2011 by stroma
I had been looking at far more expensive docks for my ipod but wanted something that would both charge and play when we were away on holiday. This fits the bill. Read morePublished on 30 Jan. 2011 by Somerset Sue