I've been looking for a good iPod Dock solutions that works over Bluetooth to stream my iPhone/iPod audio so started looking at a couple of options.
The Sony HomeShare grabbed my attention as I was looking for a docking solution but dind't want to be tied down to cables for my speakers and I saw the video below:
Further Amazon Reviews of the Sony HomeShare Bluetooth iPhone Speaker confirmed the quality of the product:
Customer Reviews: "The Sony HomeShare Dock with Wireless Speaker is a solid product. For someone looking for a Ipod dock on steroids this is a great option. Keep in mind this is not a stand alone music solution. It will require a receiver or existing speaker set up to play. But for me that's what I was looking for. I had an old school non-network receiver wired to speakers in the ceiling tucked away in a closet, so I needed to bring the wireless music to the receiver and didn't want to have music paying in the closet.
This fit the bill.
Pros:-The Wireless connection is simple and reliable Wi-fi built-in
A lot of music options: Pandora, Network radio, Slacker,Ipod, DLNA and Aux-in.
-The iPhone APP for Sony HomeShare and Android App is useful and allows you to control the device throughout the home. No need for line of sight.-Its actually a pretty flexible option (Although not perfect) in a lot of ways. ie it has a 3.5mm aux in port. For example you can connect a bluetooth receiver to the NACSV10i as audio input and switch between the ipod, Bluetooth or Streaming radio using the App wirelessly throughout the home.
Cons for the App: no volume control from the APP (But it will control volume on other Homeshare devices with dedicated volume control in party mode).-You can control the ipod functions remotely with the standard remote and App.-It works pretty well with other Homeshare devices.
Cons:It can be a little slow-responding when joining and switching play and party modes but all in all a reliable iPhone Bluetooth or Wireless Speaker Solution
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Just found a Quick and Handy tip when using the Wireless Keyboard on your iPhone or iPad.
Selection of Text is simple done by holding down shift and using left and right buttons.
Yes I know its exactly the same as on a normal computer but it feels strange and more useful somehow.
To work with your keyboard, just go into your email or other application, and type away. Special keys like Option and Shift affect the selection of text just as they do on a Mac, and keys like brightness, volume, muting and audio playback controls are all recognised by the iPhone. Note that your iPhone and keyboard will remain paired as long as you leave Bluetooth on. This may be useful because you can enter your pin code off your keyboard when the unit is locked, but it will also prevent your desktop computer from connecting to the keyboard until the iPhone is out of range, or its Bluetooth is switched off. Get familiar with your iPhone’s Bluetooth controls to manage your keyboard use as effectively as possible.
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