Logitech mm50

The Logitech mm50 Speakers for Apple Computer iPod is a very highly reviewed speaker system for use with the Apple Computer iPod nano and other MP3 players.

Design Changes

Sometime in 2006 the company produced a new version of the mm50 without changing the model number . The earlier version of the mm50 had a pass-through connection for synching an iPod with a computer. The newer version does not.

In a review of August 4 2006 at Gadgeteer.com [ [http://www.the-gadgeteer.com/review/logitech_mm50_portable_ipod_speakers The Gadgeteer 4 Aug 2006] ] The Gadgeteer - Logitech mm50 Portable iPod Speakers] , the pass-through connector is shown in pictures of the unit. In late January 2007, the Logitech mm50 sold in stores no longer had the pass-through connector. In addition, the connector was no longer listed as a feature on the Logitech website or on the mm50 box.

The latest version of mm50 is replaced by Logitech Pure Fi Anywhere.

Reviews of the Logitech mm50

* [http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000ARSLB8/ At Amazon]
* [http://playlistmag.com/reviews/2005/08/logitechmm50/index.php At Playlist]

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