10 speaker docks with Lightning connector for your iPhone 5, iPad mini, or 4th generation iPad
10 speaker docks for iPhone 5, iPad mini, or iPad 4 Fullscreen
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1. Xquisite posted on 18 Jan 2013, 12:08 7 1
I have a Galaxy S3 and a Nexus 10, but one(and only) thing I've always been jealous of iOS users is the amount of accessories the iPhone and iPad have.
2. Droiddoes posted on 18 Jan 2013, 13:59 0 4
I know for a fact you can connect eiter device to 99% of the recievers available. If you really want to be locked into apples proprietary bullsh*t though more power to ya I guess.
4. Droiddoes posted on 18 Jan 2013, 14:57 1 3
I also have a GS3. I just don't get this whole accessory craze. You do not need to "dock" your phone to a speaker when an aux cord works just fine.
7. stealthd posted on 18 Jan 2013, 21:31 0 1
"Need" has absolutely nothing do with any of this stuff. You don't "need" your GS3, I guess that makes you stupid for buying it?
5. JunitoNH posted on 18 Jan 2013, 18:14 0 0
You are correct about the auxiliary jack. However, most people enjoy the functionality of the dock device e.g. if you dock your iPhone to say, Bose portable speaker and your using the grill; you are able to change tracks, playlist, mute etc with the provided remote, or you can purchase a 10' cord. Is the afforded convenience it provides.
6. techloverNYC posted on 18 Jan 2013, 18:15 0 0
Tip for everyone considering buying one of these:
Just buy a bluetooth connector/adapter ($5-$50 amazon) that will fit into the old docks
Result: you now have a wireless bluetooth speaker that will stream all music wireless and will work with any Bluetooth device. that mean andriod,window,etc
I realize there is not much speaker choices for andriod and the ones offer is really expensive. I happen to have a old docking station for ipod (which I no longer even own, sold it) and with a Bluetooth adapter my nexus 4 can play music from anywhere in the house.
What I learn: New model does not mean better sound the older monster beatbox / bose has better sound/bass than these new models.
9. Willman posted on 01 Feb 2013, 18:12 0 0
Best option for me was to use the dock from The Lightning Dock to charge my iPhone and use a bluetooth dongle to stream to my speakers, works like a charm.