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 5 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 7 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 7 months ago by shazm68
Very disappointed in quality, and using the system, would not buy this brand again.Published 10 months ago by Fee bro ni
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 10 months ago by Jeannie Somers