Sony CMTSBT300W Home Audio System
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The CMT-SBT300W micro system from Sony delivers a power of 100W. With an FM tuner, a CD player and MP3 compatibility, the CMT-SBT300W creates rich and powerful sound regardless of the audio source.
This device features Wi-Fi as well as an Ethernet port, and Airplay and DLNA compatibility. The CMT-SBT300W also features Bluetooth and communicates seamlessly with your other devices using NFC technology.
This Sony micro system is compatible with iPod, iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones.
Product Type : Micro system
Dimensions (WxDxH) / Weight : Main unit : 29 cm x 22.1 cm x 10.6 cm / 2.7 kg Speaker system : main channel speaker : 15 cm x 22 cm x 27 cm / 2.3 kg
Sound Output Mode : Stereo
Functions : Digital player, radio, CD player, network player
Media Content Source : CD, Network, USB-host
Media Type : CD-RW, CD-R, CD-DA
Supported Digital Audio Standards : WMA, AAC, MP3
Sound Effects : Bass Boost
Output Power / Total : 100 Watt
Amplifier Output details : 50 Watt - 2 channel(s) ( front )
Built-in clock : Yes, sleep timer
Bass Control : Yes
Treble Control : Yes
Built-in Display : Fluorescent
Additional Features : Near Field Communication (NFC), CD ripping, Bluetooth Audio Streaming, apt-X audio compression, Apple AirPlay support, iPod/iPhone ready, Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE)
Speaker(s) : 2 x main channel speaker - 2-way - external - 6 Ohm - wired
Detachable Grilles : Yes
Type : AM/FM - digital radio tuner
Preset Station Qty : 30 preset stations
AM Preset Station Qty : 10 preset stations
FM Preset Station Qty : 20 preset stations
Supported RDS Functions : PS
Connectivity Interfaces : IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet), IEEE 802.3u (Fast Ethernet), Bluetooth, IEEE 80
(free converter plug included if required)
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Top Customer Reviews
Setting it up is merely ok though. It is not amazingly difficult, but I feel that it could have been easier. However, what annoys me most, is the complete lack of updates from Sony's part, which makes it lose a star. The smartphone interface is ugly and little user friendly. Given that this same app is used by quite some Sony devices, it is an eyesore. Also, when playing from network, I can't imagine it to be too difficult to write the name of the artist or song on its little display - it just says "network".
Merely good then, while it could so easily be made great!