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Sony CMTMX750NI HiFi with Internet Radio and iPod dock

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  • Connect all music sources - Release your entire music collection direct from all sources: PC iPod internet radio CD and MP3 player plus FM tuner
  • DLNA and Wi-Fi® - Stream music with DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) and built-in Wi-Fi® straight to your network audio system for instant playback
  • Pod dock - Made for iPod dock built-in to release all your music from your iPod (also works with iPhone using the supplied adaptor)
  • Internet radio - Enjoy listening to thousands of stations including SHOUTcast radio all without connecting to a PC
  • USB - USB playback for MP3 tracks from a USB memory stick or other digital media device
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm
  • 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.
  • Item model number: CMTMX750NI.CEK
  • ASIN: B003QP49IK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 July 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

Stream your music wirelessly from your PC and device without docking thanks to built in WI-Fi
Stream your music wirelessly from your PC and device without docking thanks to built in WI-Fi
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At a Glance

Stream and share

We live in a digital world. Stream and share music with other DLNA products over your Wi-Fi home network. Access over fifteen million tracks wirelessly on Music Unlimited and enjoy them in seconds on your system.

Contemporary Style

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.

Just Dock

Ready to welcome your iPod or iPhone. Not only does it play all the songs on them but it charges while playing too.

All in One Convenience

One small system is home to many different music sources including CD, iPod, DAB radio and Internet radio. You can even play back songs from a USB stick.

Big on Power

Go for some serious partying. With an S-Master digital amplifier and booming 100 watts of RMS power output, this system refuses to hold back. Fine tune your sound with the bass/treble equaliser or make the beat drop with Bass Boost. Ideal for any music from house and hiphop to rock, pop, jazz and classical.

Easy Connections

Wherever your music is stored, enjoy it. This system easily connects to other music players and memory cards using USB or audio in.

Stream and share

Go wireless

Who wants to be hunting around for USB cables? Makes much more sense to send all your favourite music over the airways using your home network. This system has built in Wi-Fi so you can easily link up with phones, PCs, tablets and music players. A great way to keep everything synced and in touch.

Massive sound power and quality with 100W RMS
Massive sound power and quality with 100W RMS
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Throw your stuff around

Want to play your music simultaneously on other DLNA speakers around the house? No problem. Hit 'Party Mode' to stream it wirelessly over Wi-Fi to your bedroom or study. You can also stream music from your DLNA tablet straight to your system for instant playback. There's no setting up or connecting cables to worry about. Everything is done wirelessly. Want to see it in action? Click here

There's nothing limited about Music Unlimited

Love music? Want to enjoy all your favourite artists over and over again but discover exciting new bands too? Then go online and choose from over fifteen million tracks on Music Unlimited. Create your own playlists on your PC or Tablet then send them straight to your system wirelessly.

Contemporary Style

A sleek looker

It strikes an impressive pose. Sleek, good-looking and all powerful. Place it in any spare space in your living room and it will feel right at home there, ready to pump out the music. Its monolith design fits well with contemporary décor. Look at the clean-looking fascia with its neatly arranged controls. Wooden two way speakers are small enough to fit on bookshelves and you can even remove the grilles for a more edgy appearance.

A pleasure to use

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 3-line display so you can see what's playing and where. No need to be in the dark.

Just Dock

Ready for iTunes

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.

Charges too

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.

All in One Convenience

Any music, you choose

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.

Hit Party Mode to wirelessly share music with all compatible DLNA speakers in the home for instant multi-room audio
Hit Party Mode to wirelessly share music with all compatible DLNA speakers in the home for instant multi-room audio
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Get tuned in

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 plus thousands of Internet radio stations too. With 40 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?

Powered to Please

Let's have a little respect

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 100 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.

Rack it up

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.

Any band, any artist

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 with the tick of a clock. Foo Fighters for breakfast, Fauré for tea, that sort of thing. Power and subtlety in equal measure.

Easy Connections

Lives in your world

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.

Even welcomes your old MP3 player

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 the classic collection in seconds.


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The main reason why I bought this radio is because of the internetradio option. That is the main sellingpoint of this model compared to the dozens of other Sony radios. But, but, the only way to connect to internetradio stations is via a so called vTuner. This vTuner connects with a Sony portal. Sony filters and selects the internetradio stations AND this musicservices is for 20% of the time I have this radio OFFLINE! You can't enter an internetaddress to listen to a podcast. Also the website where you have to manage the presets and other settings hasn't been launched, except for the US. Check for yourself if this service is now available at [...]. I didn't know this before I bought the radio that internetradio is 100% dependend of the Sony portal!
Neither is the radio compatible with iTunes or Mac.
DAB reception in NL is bad but I knew that before I bought the item.
Ipod/Iphone handling is fine. Internetradio is possible via an internetradio app at the iPhone (like with every other iPhone speakerdock...)
Nice speakers and sound. No equilizer presets.
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I purchased this radio due to it having usb mp3 playback and Wi Fi internet radio. It's fiddly to get it to connect to your home network but manualy o.k. It will not look at any shared music folders on your network, only what you share in windows media player! Useless with any network drive (I do have a Roberts Wi Fi radio which has no problems) The internet radio (called vTuner) does not connect and the website given in the box does not appear to exist! If you try over 2 days as I have done it may connect. When it does it takes absolutely forever to to scroll through the radio list as after about 5 names it has to rescan for the next 5! useless! The is also no BBC podcasts availiable. You cannot store any internet radio channels as presets come up as not availiable! there is something on the Sony website about this not working. I'm afraid that as far as WiFi radio goes this product is useless. Very dissapointed as it does not do what the Sony man said it does. I'm hoping that Sony attend to these problems and use a normal internet radio site for webcast information. I feel this unit will be going back! Very dissapointed.
Towards the end of 2011 Sony have done an upgrade/download to this unit which is now much improved. First of all the WiFi Station presets now work, which makes the unit much more usable (stopped using it for 8 months). Before the new download it took me 24mins to tune in Radio Caroline before I got the first note out of it, Now it takes about 2-3mins using the alphabetical search in both cases so again much improved, with the presets its quick when connected. It now wakes up the DLNA server when it is in sleep mode without having to reboot the server and finds it so 100% there.
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As I say I have read all the reviews good and bad, so off to the local Sony shop to have a look at it. They wanted well over £300 so I placed the order with Amazon. Turned up today as I was told. I have set it up and the only things I thought would improve it would be longer power lead, longer speaker leads and audio-in sockets at the back (it is at the front). Apart from that I love it. The DAB radio works perfectly as does the CD and Ipod with crystal clear sound quality for the price. Wireless connected to my home network via a linksys router without a problem. I was going to connect it via a network cable but I won't bother now. All my music is stored on a linksys media hub with 1TB of storage and it detected it straight away. It also detected my desktop pc and my sons laptop. It didn't have any problems streaming the music from the network and the internet radio worked perfectly. To say I found it easy to set up would be an understatement as I haven't looked at the manual yet.

Would I recommend it? Yes I would. I would have given it 5 stars if it wasn't for the power leads, etc.
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Ordered the Sony WiFi system from Amazon on Sunday at 3pm and it arrived the next day at 0935 hrs, wow,that's service.

The system sounds very good, in fact for the price it's damn good. plays USB, iPod and CD's very well, its also easy to understand. It connected to internet radio very quickly (we live in the country, miles from anywhere) and sounds very good, it does have Preset ability for internet radio, which others seem to have difficulty finding, but this was simple.

Connects to my laptop immediately and picks up stored music with no problem.

A very good system, which is highly recommended.
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I bought this as a birthday treat last year as I was particularly interested in accessing all the music stored on my PC when others were using it. Firstly it's quite slow to connect despite being nearby, and occasionally it plays up when trying to access the menus. However my main gripe is that there is no headphone socket (when you're being asked to turn that rubbish down) to continue your listening pleasure. Come on Sony, it's 2011 and while the sound is great sometimes you need privacy. Apparently this has been brought to Sony's attention but nothing is being done to address this. Wouldn't have bought it if I'd realised. That will teach me to make assumptions.
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