i am comparing between this one and bose sounddock 10, which one has higher sound and which one has higher quality and detailed sound?
- Asked by Ali E from Cairo
- May 5, 2012
Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air Speakers with 30-Pin Connector
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2 Answers from the Community
Both have very good overall sound quality for an all-in-one iPod speaker system. The Bose produces a louder sound with "boomy" base. B&W does get impressively loud, but provides a more refined sound, with great detail, warm mids, and a natural "punchy" base. Neither have great stereo separation, and in the end each serve 2 different purposes. Bose is good if you want backyard party and grill type performance, B&W is more for audio enthusiasts wanting quick, quality music over a dinner party with some wine. This is also clear by the body design; where Bose is industrial - toss in the back seat of a car - B&W is more eloquent, sculpted and less mobile.
- Answered by Samuel G from Ann Arbor
- May 7, 2012
For sound quality, go with the Zeppelin Air! Their improved DAC is amazing! You can discern just about every musical note. The design and build quality is superb as well!
I tried both and I've owned the Zeppelin Air for a while now...
- Answered by David N from San Diego
- May 6, 2012