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Logic 3 NW827K Sports Rifle Black

alaTest has collected and analyzed 115 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the portability and design. The usability and sound are also appreciated, but some have doubts about the reliability and treble quality.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Logic 3 NW827K Sports Rifle Black is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Logic3 i-Station Traveller Universal Active Stereo Speakers


Few companies have chased the bargain portable audio market with the energy of Logic3, maker of the popular i-Station series of travel speakers. The company's latest design i-Station Traveller ($35) is its lowest-cost iPod-ready audio system yet,...

A highly packable, budget-priced, battery-powered speaker system compatible with all past and present iPod models thanks to a unique folding and expanding design. Very good sound for the price, includes metal grille guards and a simple carrying sleeve...

Doesn't include AC adapter like chief rival, which sells for an even lower price ; sound is treble- and mid-optimized with less bass than same rival ; Few companies have chased the bargain portable audio market with the energy of Logic3, maker of the...

Overall, we were generally very impressed by i-Station Traveller: its size, colorful, iPod-matching looks, very good sound for the price, and multi-iPod compatibility make it a really strong choice for budget-conscious users. If there had been a power...

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Logic3 i-Station7 Docking Station for iPod with Remote


Back a year and a half ago, we reviewed Logic3's original i-Station portable speaker system (iLounge rating: B+), a not so sexy but good-sounding $150 option that had two unique features - a dedicated, pop-out bass driver and a street price of only...

As of publication date, the leader in portable audio performance and features at the sub-$100 price point, bundling a remote control, Universal iPod Dock with charging and synchronization features, wall charger and AA battery options. Equally good for...

Visually simple, limited protection when traveling, low-end-heavy audio is solid given system's size and total package but not stellar on an absolute basis ; Back a year and a half ago, we reviewed Logic3's original i-Station portable speaker system...

I tried and tried to convince myself that this sounded good, or even acceptable. Alas, the sound was ridiculously muddy, no matter what I did. I set the nano's EQ on treble boost, and I pressed the "3D" button on the unit. Still as muddy and muffled as...

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Logic3 i-Station 8 LCD Docking Station and Speaker System for iPod


With some regularity, we issue less than A-caliber ratings to iPod speaker systems with outstanding sound quality, and on occasion, the manufacturers ask, "why didn't they rate an A?" The answer is always in the review, but typically boils down to one...

A truly portable iPod docking speaker system with 9 total speaker drivers, separated into left and right channels with a larger subwoofer. Includes good remote control, Universal Dock Adapters, wall power supply, and AA battery option. Compares...

Spotty implementation of integrated, not especially useful LCD screen makes use of the system more difficult than necessary - because of synchronization process, which has oddities, not as plug-and-play as competing options. Treble response not as...

Great sound quality for the money (£83 in UK). In no way is the Altec im7 worth twice the price (£157 cheapest price in UK). No "whining" unlike MadBob, in fact the amp noise is very low. If you don't like the display feature, it can be disabled which...


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Logic3 In-line Remote with LCD Display


If for no other reason than the fact that true innovation in iPod accessories has become rare, Logic3's In-Line Remote with LCD Display ($50-60, store dependent) really stands out from the pack. Other music players may have had similar accessories for...

The iPod's first wired display remote control, featuring a backlit blue LCD screen that allows you to see the song and volume level coming through your headphones, and using a comfortable tube-like shape with simple volume, track, play/pause and hold...

Light clicking sound apparent in audio when remote is connected. Initial remote-to-iPod synchronization process can take 20 seconds or more to complete, interrupting whatever you're playing in the process, and occasionally not connecting. iPod's volume...

if you use a currency converter it comes out to $55.4079 on 6/15. the american site says to call, and it has the price at 0.00. i think that the price here will probably be more like $50 than $60 because the fifty-dollar threshold is as important to...

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Logic3 i-Station Portable Speaker System


After a reader brought Logic3's i-Station dockable speaker system to our attention, we knew that we had to check it out. With a $149.99 suggested retail price - but selling just about every place for $85 or less - the system's unique design had serious...

A fully dockable and portable iPod speaker system with left, right, and subwoofer speakers ; accommodates all sizes of iPods (including iPod photos), runs off battery power, sounds pretty good, especially at higher volume levels, very attractive street...

Altec's iM3 and iMmini systems sound modestly better at low volume levels, "3D" button adds solid treble boost that unfortunately sounds worse at higher levels. Overall a fair audio performer, not excellent by comparison with comparably priced...

Or is it the same company but they just call their speakers different names in different countries? Could anyone please clarify? I have been using Sonicgear G2000 speakers for 2 months now and i am satisfied with the performance although it dosent...

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Amazon review summary for Logic 3 NW827K Sports Rifle Black


alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 user reviews of Logic 3 NW827K Sports Rifle Black from The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other Headphones on

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75% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Logic3 MIP119K iPod LCD Inline Remote (Black)Logic3 MIP119K iPod LCD Inline Remote (Black)

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Logic3 i-Station25 iPod dock review


Another day, another iPod dock. Logic3 has turned up with yet another accessory for the world's most famous line of media players and this time the focus is on video playback, thanks to its unique built-in accelerometer. This works alongside the...

Effective built-in accelerometer, comprehensive remote control, video-out, solidly built

Performance degrades at higher volumes, expensive

If you’ll get enough use out of the accelerometer feature this is a tidy solution for casual listening and video playback, but there are cheaper and better performing devices around

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Logic3 SoundStation3 PS3 speakers review


The SoundStation3 speakers from Logic3, as the name suggests, are designed to partner the PS3. The gloss black and chrome look of the next-gen console is replicated in these speakers, making them an ideal companion especially if you choose to have your...

Matches the PS3, good bass boost

Lack of connections, dazzling blue power light

Cheaper and simpler than a home cinema system, however, when paired with a larger TV with quality speakers, it really is only the bass that you are paying for

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Logic3 TX101 SoundStage speaker review


Logic3 has made a name for itself as a producer of iPod accessories and portable speakers, so has branched out somewhat with the release of the Logic3 TX101 SoundStage 5.1, a surround speaker in the same mould as the popular Yamaha YSP. It's 150W of...

One speaker, a decent array of connectivity, straightforward setup, FM radio

Not much

It isn't as impressive acoustically as Yamaha's YSP, but it's not half bad

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Logic3 Solar Charger - PSP


PSP Style design, comes with a case, works as advertised.

1 hour battery life.

If you want a quick and easy solution backup battery solution for your handheld gaming devices, look no further than the Logic3 solar charger.

Product Specifications

The Logic 3 In-Line Remote with LCD for iPods allows you fast forward, rewind, play, pause and control the volume of your iPod. Soft blue backlit display for easy viewing in any light. Hold switch allows you to lock your In-Line Remote so buttons can't be pressed accidentally. Spring loaded Clip to attach the remote to your shirt, jacket or collar for easy access. The Logic 3 In-Line Remote with LCD is compatible all iPods with a 30-Pin connection and with all brands of headphones.


Display: No
Force / Vibrate Feedback:Not Applicable
Integrated Amplifier: No
LCD Display: No
Microphone Boom Arm: No
Multi Compatible Gaming Function: No
Multidirectional Button:Not Applicable
Mute Control: No
Noise Cancellation: No
Signal Connection:Unknown
Sound System:STEREO
Switchbox from Telephone to Headset: No
Technology:Not Applicable
Volume Control:No / Yes


Bluetooth: No
Connection:3.5 mm Plug / ONE 3.5 mm Plug / Other Wired Connection
USB:No / Not Applicable / Yes
USB Dongle: No

General Features

Compatibility:for 4 and more brands / Not Applicable
Form factor:Headband Headset
Product Type:Headband Headset
Supported Console:Nintendo Wii
Type:Headband / Weapon