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Pioneer Micro Sound System CD, USB, FM Tuner and USB, X-HM10-K

by Pioneer
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 30 x 9 cm ; 9 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 9 Kg
  • Delivery information: We cannot deliver certain products outside mainland UK ( Details). We will only be able to confirm if this product can be delivered to your chosen address when you enter your delivery address at checkout.
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 1019977
  • ASIN: B004TRY3RG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Sept. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 134,165 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

CD, USB, FM Tuner and USB (2 x 15 W) (Black)


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr Paul Savory VINE VOICE on 2 July 2012
So what do you get for the excellent price of this unit?
Fully functional remote control. Inc battery 1x AA.
AM loop aerial. FM wire aerial.
Multi language instruction book.

What's the sound like? Fantastic. 2x 15 watts rms at 4ohm. Rich bass, delicate treble. (both at 0. can be altered by +5/ -5). I am no expert of the technical side of hi-fi, but I know what I like (in my study).
Trail tracks: Pink Floyd "Dogs" (1994 remaster). Pink Floyd's "one foot in the door" (remastered 2011 versions of work from 1967 to 1994) and Led Zeppelin "Dazed and Confused" BBC sessions, (1 0f 228 tracks on mp3 (that's a lot of compression)). Mozart "Requiem" and Jarre's "Magnetic Fields" 1997 remaster. All played at 15 out of 30 on the volume scale.

My usage of this system: This is a secondary hi-fi used for work on my computer.

CD player: On playing "One Foot In The Door" there was the very, very slightest of gaps (wobble maybe a better word).between tracks which were segue together. Possibly enough to annoy prog rock fans if using this unit for serious listening. The display is comprehensive. MP3 tracks are shown with titles. CD tracks are not titled but do have individual full length times shown if you ">>" to them before selecting play. You cannot fast forward/rewind into adjacent tracks, only through the track that is playing.

Radio: ANALOG FM (not DAB) and AM (does anyone use AM any more). 40 presets can be stored. When tuning the strongest signal of a station will be shown by the display showing the name of that station. (eg 88.30 moving to 88.90 moving to 89.30 changing BBC R2).

USB input (front): 5v - 0.5A WOT?? This is intended for a memory stick to be directly plugged in to it. Use of a connecting cable is not recommended.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr Paul Savory VINE VOICE on 2 July 2012
So what do you get for the excellent price of this unit?
Fully functional remote control. Inc battery 1x AA.
AM loop aerial. FM wire aerial.
Multi language instruction book.

2014 UPDATE: Attached better speakers, and OMG... an awesome sound.
Back to the original review:

What's the sound like? Fantastic. 2x 15 watts rms at 4ohm. Rich bass. Extra bass button for low volume listening. Delicate treble. (both at 0. can be altered by +5/ -5). I am no expert of the technical side of hi-fi, but I know what I like (in my study).
Trail tracks: Pink Floyd "Dogs" (1994 remaster). Pink Floyd's "one foot in the door" (remastered 2011 versions of work from 1967 to 1994) and Led Zeppelin "Dazed and Confused" BBC sessions, (1 0f 228 tracks on mp3 (that's a lot of compression)). Mozart "Requiem" and Jarre's "Magnetic Fields" 1997 remaster. All played at 15 out of 30 on the volume scale.

My usage of this system: This is a secondary hi-fi used for work on my computer.

CD player: On playing "One Foot In The Door" there was the very, very slightest of gaps (wobble maybe a better word).between tracks which were segue together. Possibly enough to annoy prog rock fans if using this unit for serious listening. The display is comprehensive. MP3 tracks are shown with titles. CD tracks are not titled but do have individual full length times shown if you ">>" to them before selecting play. You cannot fast forward/rewind into adjacent tracks, only through the track that is playing.

Radio: ANALOG FM (not DAB) and AM (does anyone use AM any more). 40 presets can be stored. When tuning the strongest signal of a station will be shown by the display showing the name of that station. (eg 88.30 moving to 88.90 moving to 89.30 changing BBC R2).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike on 6 Mar. 2014
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I bought this to drive some Denon (Mission) speakers from a failed system. This it did well until one day in the first week the display went off and would not come back. Returned with no hassle, and seller could not see the problem so maybe it was me.
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If your looking for something for your bedroom then buy this its perfect can even use a memory stick so you don't need to keep getting up to change CD all the time
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By I. Hewer on 29 Dec. 2012
I have the silver version of this system. First off, the speakers included in the box are utterly throwaway items. I had hoped for more after reading positive reviews, but apparently no bass, no definition to the treble and a distorted blur of mid range is acceptable to others. It's really disappointing that Pioneer include speakers at all if they are just junk. I nearly put it back right back in the box and took it back. Luckily I already had some speakers which proved that changing those improves the sound hugely, the unit sounds fine. But I am surprised that it barely achieves the level of quality I got from a Panasonic mini system I bought 20 years ago which sadly lost the use of its cassette deck in its old age. I had no idea how good that thing was until I needed to replace it! Apparently there has been little progress in making things more cost effective or usable in 20 years. Turn the volume up a bit and the Pioneer hisses nastily...

I'd forgive it all that (with the replacement speakers), but the truly annoying thing about this system is that although it has all the features I want (line in, sleep, alarm, DAB, FM) and it looks inoffensively minimalist, it is SLOW to respond to any control inputs. After powering on, wait for a second or two until it shows you on the display whether you last used the radio, CD or whatever. Then select the input you want, wait again and it eventually switches. Skipping tracks on the CD is like dragging a dead body through knee-deep mud (allegedly). Did it respond, did I overshoot, is it doing *anything*...? The 90's Panasonic system would respond to the remote even when powered off, press "play" for the CD or the cassette, or press the tuner button and it would leap into action.
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