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Stream your music wirelessly using Bluetooth. Send songs and playlists from all Bluetooth products such as your smartphone, MP3 player, tablet or notebook. No cables or cards required. Everything quick and convenient over the airwaves.
Slim and sleek design fits perfectly in your living room. All speaker at the front with controls and CD slot on the top of the system for easy access.
Ready to link up with your iPod, iPhone or even your iPad. Not only does it play all the songs on them but it charges while playing too.
One stylish system takes care of all your music needs from CD and iPod to DAB/DAB+ radio.
Impressive sound with a booming 40 watts of RMS power output. Ideal for any music from rock and pop to jazz and classical.
Who wants to be hunting around for USB cables? Makes much more sense to send all your favourite music over the airways using Bluetooth. All you do is pair your system with another Bluetooth enabled device such as your smartphone, tablet or notebook and away you go. Send your latest compilation to your music player in seconds.
Don't you just love it when one of your mates walks in and passes an appreciative glance over something new you've bought? Well, this system should earn a few approving looks. Sleek, slim and good-looking in gun metal silver or red, it's a system that gels well with contemporary decor. Place it in any spare space in your living room and it will feel right at home there, ready to pump out the music.
But it's not all style for style's sake. The big speaker at the front maximises sound performance while the neatly arranged controls across the top give easy access to key features. So if you want to quickly change a track at a party, it's easy to stick your hand out and find the button you need. You could, of course, use the handy remote commander. Call up any track, adjust volume and flick back and forth using just the remote while chatting to friends.
Your mate Keith has an iPod, your sister Tilly has an iPhone and you've just splashed out on a new iPad. Three different products, all doing the same thing for different people. That really isn't a problem though as this system is ready to link up with all of them. Now you just have to argue over who has the best music collection.
While enjoying your music on the iPod dock, your music player will charge through the supplied AC adaptor. Which is something you may not appreciate until it's time to head out with your iPod and be pleasantly surprised to find it powered to the max for a whole day of sound.
Let's face it, you want all your music in one place. No good having an iPod dock here, a CD player there, a digital radio in the kitchen. This system plays host to a wide array of different music sources. Play your CDs, listen to your iPod and tune into your top radio stations. You won't have to miss out on anything and if you want to shoot some new stuff from your notebook, just use Bluetooth.
Nothing like coming downstairs on a Sunday morning and listening to your favourite DJ whilst cooking up some breakfast. You'll get maximum choice here with a full spread of FM, DAB and DAB+ channels. With multiple presets, you can flick between stations simply by pressing buttons. By the way, DAB set up is automatic so when you plug the system in for the first time it will automatically find every DAB station available in your area. How good is that?
Why 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 keep you entertained with a booming 40 watts of RMS power output. Everything clear and natural with damper-less speakers so you don't have to suffer sound distortion.
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 even our own tastes can shift throughout the day. JLS for breakfast, Bach for tea, that sort of thing. Power and subtlety in equal measure.
Met all expectations except couldn't get radio working, but that didn't bother the receiver of the birthday gift.Published 4 months ago by K
Just Perfect as you would expect from Sony my brother in law says it is as good as his Bose SystemPublished 12 months ago by Barry Nicholl
I nice piece of kit with good sound. Plays my ipod without problems and charges it too when left in situ. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Scatty
Looks good sounds good, has lots of features easy to use high quality materials bluetooth has a good range and quality tooPublished 14 months ago by Salty
I bought the Sony to sit in the kitchen for every day use. It readily gets all the digital radio stations, something we have struggled with previously. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael D. Green
This would've been a 5 but for the DAB radio aerial, I agree with other reviewers that for such a good system the aerial lets it down. Read morePublished 16 months ago by PJW
The sound is great, it connects via blue tooth to my other devices with no problem and works really well. I am very happy with this product and would recommend itPublished 16 months ago by T. Hammett
Very flimsy on instructions & also not very clear on how to operator this all in one System,it looks good but the jury is out on it,
I AM ALSO HAVING TROUBLE WITH THE DAB... Read more
All that is wanted - great flexibility with the options of DAB radio IPHONE CD at the convenience of a remote control!!!!!!!!!!!Published 16 months ago by G Southern