Best External Speakers for iPad?

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by fancyworks, Dec 20, 2010.

  1. fancyworks

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    Probably, everyone enjoying with ipad? :D

    Has anyone bought for home experience? I have bought ipad speakers for home use. Its really exciting.

    Share your views here if anyone have bought for ipad.

    Here, i have also created a list of best ipad speakers:
     
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  2. King Hal

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    I'm waiting for my B&O Beosound 8 to come in. The dealer tells me it should be in his shop on Wednesday:)

    Not cheap at £890 but quality is second to none.
     
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    Are you nuts? That's more than the iPad, in some cases twice as much!
     
  4. MachThree

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    Silly question but would there be any sort of inherent loss of audio quality / fidelity listening to the iPad via the Bluetooth link?
     
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    A friend has the Bose speaker and docking station. It's wonderful, if a bit pricey!
     
  6. graywolf

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    Yes, but very slightly depending on the speakers or headphones. If they are cheap then there will be a loss of sound quality. But no matter what speakers you use there will be a loss of sound quality.
     
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    I don't get it. first add the key board and now the speakers . buy the netbook and call it a day. Enjoy and use the Ipad as it meant to be, not something else.
     
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    I use my iPad in the car and it sounds great.
     
  9. fancyworks

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    Thats nice. But for mostly home based users, there must be a speaker for good enhancement. Now, a days people are getting crazy for speakers
     
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  10. MachThree

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    Right but what I am asking is that if there is anything inherent in the way that the audio is transmitted over bluetooth that would degrade its quality. I mean if we have a given set of speakers, if we plug them in to a bluetooth audio module will they sound worse listening to music from the ipad vs. if we plug that same set of speakers directly into the iPad's headphone jack?
     

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