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Sleek monolithic design fits perfectly in your living room. Sure to make your mates envious with its flush fascia and stylish wooden speakers. Detach the speaker grille if you want more of a raw power kind of look.
Ready to welcome your iPod or iPhone. Not only does it play all the songs on them but it charges while playing too.
One small system is home to so many different music sources including CD, iPod and DAB radio. You can even play songs from a USB stick.
Impressive sound with an S-Master digital amplifier and booming 60 watts of RMS power output. Fine tune your sound with the bass/treble equaliser or let the beat drop with Bass Boost. Ideal for any music from house to hiphop, rock to pop or jazz to classical.
Wherever your music lives, enjoy it. This system easily connects to other music players and memory cards using USB or audio in.
It strikes an impressive pose. Sleek and good-looking with the understatement of power. Place it in any spare space in your living room and it will feel right at home, ready to play all your favourites in superior, crystal clear quality. Its monolith design with clean looking fascia and neatly arranged controls fits well with contemporary décor. Wooden two way speakers are small enough to fit on bookshelves and you can remove the grilles for a more edgy appearance.
But it's not all style for style's sake. Those neatly arranged controls give easy access to key features and there's a nice clear LCD display allowing you to see what's playing, so there's no need to be in the dark.
Pop your iPod or iPhone into the built in dock to instantly enjoy all your favourite iTunes tracks and playlists. Ideal when you have your mates round for an impromptu party. Or for quieter nights in, crash out on the sofa and control your music while reading your favourite magazine or book using the handy little remote commander. Call up any track, adjust the volume and flick back and forth using just the remote. Easy.
You know how sometimes you head out, only to find your iPod out of juice? It's really infuriating but thankfully unlikely to happen when you use this system. That's because it charges your player while you listen to your music. Such a great idea and like all great ideas, so simple.
It may be a smallish system but it still manages to play host to a wide array of different music sources. Play your CDs, listen to your iPod, tune into your top DAB radio stations and even play songs hanging around on a USB stick. Just about any digital media is fair game so you won't have to miss out on anything, no matter where it's stored.
Nothing like coming downstairs on a Sunday morning and frying up some bacon while listening to your favourite DJ. You'll get maximum choice here with a full spread of FM, DAB and DAB+ channels. With 40 presets, you can flick between stations simply by pressing buttons. DAB set up is automatic so when you plug the system in for the first time it will instantly search for every DAB station available in your area. How good is that?
Why on Earth would you go and buy a cheap and nasty system that turns your music into a pale, tinny, washed out imitation of the original? Who in their right mind would want to sit on the sofa cringing at the dreadful sound emanating from the speakers? This system will never put you through that torture. It will happily place you in the front row with a booming 60 watts of RMS power output from a full digital S-Master amplifier. We're talking hi-fi here, sound quality that has respect for your music.
Even better, you can fine tune the sound to your own personal preferences using the bass/treble equaliser. And if that doesn't give you quite the beat you're looking for, press the Bass Boost button.
What's great about this system is that it's perfect for all kinds of music from house and hip hop to rock and pop and even jazz and classical too. It respects the fact that we all have varying tastes and that even our own tastes can shift with the tick of a clock. Foo Fighters for breakfast, Fauré for tea, that sort of thing. Power and subtlety in equal measure.
Wherever your music resides, you have a right to enjoy it. Connect up your MP3 player using the audio-in input or load directly from a USB and release your favourite albums and songs. You can also connect a Bluetooth® adaptor to the USB input allowing you to share music stored on your Bluetooth phone, PC or Tablet and listen to it using your wireless headphones.
Got an old MP3 player that you still use now and again? Maybe it's got some good old numbers on it that you enjoy when the mood takes you. This system will not turn its nose up at it and say “iPods only”. Connect the old boy to the audio-in jack and you'll be listening to that classic collection in seconds.
Was pleased with the performance of this hi fi, and would agree with most of the other comments here about the functions/sound. Read morePublished 4 months ago by L. Moore
As the title says: it only lasted about 2 years. Too long to bother with endless guarantee discussions but far too short for the price. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sjabloon
Fantastic bit of kit, sounds really well & looks even better to say it's only small. I would recommend it to anyone, thanks.Published 9 months ago by Ernie travis
Good unit, does everything we need, good crisp sound, good bass. Some people might want a bigger (volume) output but it's fine for us in a fairly big room.Published 10 months ago by John England
Had this a few weeks now, and am very pleased overall. Good sound, plenty volume, - in our large room we use volume 10 for background, 15 for polite listening, and 20 for in your... Read morePublished 12 months ago by NJB
Nice Hi Fi, sound is good and good looking kit. It is a pity that there are no English instructions though. Having to guess what functions there are.Published 15 months ago by Bruce Brant
I like the Hi Fi - the sound quality is good, bass good, and the dab stations are clear and easy to access. Nice and compact, stackable. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ayge