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No it doesn't because it is designed to NFC either your Xperia phone or tablet to or Bluetooth if you haven't got sony. It is more for receiving Music. The unit is powerful enough as it is and I highly recommend it! you would probably need to look at the next range up or if you had a home theatre system, put a flash drive in the front with your music on that. There is a headphone out on the front but using that would isolate the big speakers.
I have hard wired speakers in the room. Would I be able to connect these to the speaker output in the back of the HiFi? 22 days ago
I see no reason why not. The leads supplied were too short and I replaced them with speaker wire bought from my local electrical supplier. The sound quality remained excellent.
my machine is displaying not available despite showing the little radar telling me it has connected to home network. 12 hours ago
Sorry to say so is mine. I have given up on it for now, too busy. Suspect it is either too near other appliances or inadequate aerial; must say the aerial provided is very poor indeed.
The CD drive mechanism on my unit is quite loud at low volume, which is fairly noticeable with quiet music, anyone else noticed this? 1 day ago
I haven't noticed this problem but I usually have the volume medium to loud.
I don't know as I have never used Spotify. However, if it is any help, I can play any radio station from Tune In and also from the Gold app via Bluetooth on this system.
Bought this. Already have 3 DAB radios all working well. Why does this say 'no service' on setting up? 14 days ago
I found that my sony tv interferes with the DAB signal when switched on. Try turning other electrical devices nearby off. If still no service try moving the antenna. Hope this helps