An affordable price design system with CD player, radio, auxiliary input and alarm.
Suitable for wall mounting. Includes remote control.
The Denver MC-5000 is a uniquely designed micro hifi system that can be either free standing or wall mounted. With a built in radio CD player the rear AUX input provides the option to connect portable external audio components - such as your MP3 or CD player.
The built in clock with wake-up function (radio or CD) means the system is perfect for the bedroom.
Visually the design is clean and minimal with b white tones, a backlit blue screen and well laid out controls. The slim design also lends itself to wall mounting and blends perfectly with an existing wall-mounted LCD TV etc.
• Connections: 3.5mm mini-jack AUX input, 3.5mm mini-jack headphone output, 2 x 3.5 mm jack connectors for speaker (cable included in the speaker)
• Playable media formats: CD, CD-R, CD-RW
• Integrated FM Radio Receiver
• Convenient operation via remote control and valve
• 2-way speakers
• LCD display with blue background light
• Integrated Clock
• Repeat Function
• Programming Function
• Random Function
• Rear integrated antenna
• Clock speed assistance: 2 x AAA battery
• Power supply: 230V, 50Hz
Please note this item requires an EU to UK power adaptor which will be included. This encloses the Euro plug and turns it in to a standard UK plug.
I bought two of these and the sound has gone on both, I now have two new ones a Panasonic and a Logik,Published 3 months ago by Mr John B Straughan
I play my cd's mainly. Radio stations are a bit of a faff with tuning. It throws out a good sound through speakers. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Benidorm Belle
2nd time ive purchased this 1 year apart. 1st one wouldnt work after 2 weeks. Should have learned my lesson 2nd one never worked at all. BEWARE FOLKS!!!Published 5 months ago by shazm68
Very disappointed in quality, and using the system, would not buy this brand again.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Would not purchase this make again. Looks much better on line than in real life. Cheap plastic and a remote that is too small for my fat fingers. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jeannie Somers