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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