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Polk Audio I-Sonic

Polk Audio I-Sonic
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4 reviews

Jul, 2019

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Polk Audio I-Sonic. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Audio Systems for all reviews.

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Expert review by : David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Polk Audio I-Sonic review: Polk Audio I-Sonic

 

Polk Audio I-Sonic

The Polk Audio I-Sonic is a do-everything tabletop radio that one-ups the competition by adding HD Radio, XM Satellite Radio support, and DVD video playback to the standard AM/FM/CD features roster. Its two front and two rear speakers combine to...

The I-Sonic is quite expensive, and the utilitarian DVD player seems like an afterthought compared to the more well-rounded audio features. The control interface isn't as user-friendly as it could be.

While its built-in DVD player is going to disappoint videophiles, the Polk Audio I-Sonic sounds impressive for its size and offers a bevy of cool features not found on competing tabletop audio systems.

Aug, 2006

Expert review by : Darryl Wilkinson (hometheatermag.com)

Polk Audio I-Sonic

 

I was smitten with Polk's I-Sonic tabletop system when I first laid eyes (but no hands-this was a prototype) on it at a Polk press conference. The strong fixation, no doubt, grew out of my need to replace an aging Bose Wave radio that had served me...

Dec, 2006

Expert review by : -Doug Newcomb (e-gear.com)

Polk Audio I-Sonic

 

Polk Audio apparently set out to create the Swiss Army knife of tabletop radio's when it designed its new I-Sonic. In addition to standard tabletop radio fare-AM, FM, CD, of course, an alarm clock-the I-Sonic is the first to spin DVDs, meaning it can...

So is more better? If you want all the sources that the I-Sonic offers-and are willing to pay extra for them-the answer is yes. And if it means getting all this technology into a small box that can sit on a nightstand, the answer is most definitely yes

Dec, 2001

Expert review by (consumersearch.com)

Polk Audio I-Sonic Review

 

Polk Audio I-Sonic reviewed by ConsumerSearch, which notes pros and cons, along with reviews and ratings for the Polk Audio I-Sonic and comparisons to other Table Radios

Excellent sound quality; CD, DVD, HD and XM satellite radio compatibility

Expensive; Some owners complain about buggy units; iPod dock costs extra

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