Sony CMT-MX550i Micro Hi-Fi with iPod Dock

September 11, 2013 - Comment

The Sony CMTMX550 is the perfect Hi-Fi system for those who want power in a compact frame. Its wealth of functions, including a CD player, DAB and FM tuner with 40 Presets and an integrated iPod/iPhone will ensure you always have something to listen to. Two powerful 30w speakers, combined with the S-Master digital amplifier

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The Sony CMTMX550 is the perfect Hi-Fi system for those who want power in a compact frame. Its wealth of functions, including a CD player, DAB and FM tuner with 40 Presets and an integrated iPod/iPhone will ensure you always have something to listen to. Two powerful 30w speakers, combined with the S-Master digital amplifier produce a crystal clean, deep and rich sound quality regardless of what you’re playing.

Product Features

  • FM & DAB Tuner
  • iPod Dock & USB Playback
  • S-Master Digital Amplifier
  • CD/-R/-RW Playback

Comments

A. Betts "tonysnapper" says:

A neat little system We are quite pleased with this item. As it was to replace a 300 watt Technics system it would be unlikely to equal it, but we never used a third of its power.The sound is crisp and clear with no noticeable distortion up to the loudest volume we would use. The tone is pleasing on classical and popular music. The radio is clear with a loft aerial for the FM and the supplied antenna for DAB. The CD played discs which would not play on our previous system, so its ability to deal with scratches and errors seems good. Ipod connection and operation is as easy as you would expect.Set-up is simple – just connect the speakers and plug it in! It has clean, simple lines and feels well made.A couple of niggles. The instructions could be clearer on tuning in the radio; OK, I worked it out (which of the buttons on the remote you need to use) but you shouldn’t need to. The unit comes with a connected lead and UK plug, rather that a plug in lead – this meant…

Cyberstu. "Cyberstu." says:

Well worth the money Absolute 5* As usual this came uber fast & was cheapest from Amazon.You can split stereos into 3 categories:1] The cheap, rubbish ones you find in supermarkets which sound awful.2] Neither cheap or expensive, very good sound & value for money but lacking a few of the extras.3] Expensive, for pros & sound junkies. I had a £2000 Technics system in the 90s which was amazing.This stereo falls into the 2nd category. On a 1-10 scale this is a 8 in sound quality with 9 & 10 only reserved for the mega expesive systems. If you just want to listen to music & don’t want to mix/produce then this is for you.It sounds fantastic & is good value for money. I can easily plug in my mobile phone via front USB & ilsten to anything on the memory card. Cd’s sound ace, fm radio very good-have not tried DAB yet but should be better than fm. You can plug in ipod’s & it’s simple to use,it took me about 10 mins to figure it out. It looks very stylish.There are only 3…

Ms. D. Parsons "d parsons" says:

Superb 1st HiFi for anyone! Even an 8 year old! Boxed and ready to go, 5 mins out the box and music pounding out the speakers. Purchased this for my 8 year old daughter. It comes with an iPod socket at the front hidden behind a panel which is smart, it takes my husbands new iPhone 4 so it’s backward compatible too, and you can control the iPod/iPhone with the remote that came in the box!It plays CD’s, MP3’s on CD, it plays MP3’s on an external harddrive connected via the front USB, and also you can put in a USB flash drive with MP3’s on it too..It’s got the DAB Radio which is fantastic sound and also standard radio with RDS with 2 ariel sockets out the back! It’s also got a front in port that you can connect any form of Audio in, like we put the sound from a DVD player and so the sound comes out the speakers, mini cinema in a kids room! Brilliant.The sleep timer is good for putting the DAB on at night and listening to before bedtime! or even listening to a CD or the iPod/iPhone. You can shuffle/program all the…

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