Product Features CD, CD-R & CD-RW Playback Cassette Deck FM Radio Dynamic Bass Boost
Stereo system This system is really neat – it just fits on a small table and the sound quality is excellent. The radio reception is good but could be better – it may have something to do with using an indoor aerial. For the money I would say it’s excellent value.
Nice Little Pacakge This little system from Philips is nicely packaged – not too garish and fine for a bedroom. It has plenty of sound, MP3 player input, headphone output, cassette tape (remember them?) and of course a top loader CD player.I live in a small block of flats constructed of steel and solid concrete walls – almost all RF is blocked (mobile phones can be a problem) so I cannot comment on the in-built AM tuner. The FM ‘wire’ is also not used. I have however found that a normal FM through-panel female socket can be put in place of the FM wire and a short length of co-ax soldered to the ANT or FM pin (where the black wire goes) with an earth on the VT pin close by – some models have this done at the factory. OK it invalidates the warranty, but these gizmos are cheap enough not to worry.CD performance can be variable – sometimes I get hum, sometimes not. In quiescent state, there is a small amount of hum. An important point is that the player only plays audio CDs and…
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