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JVC UX-LP5 CD Micro Component System (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Micro component system for home or office with 70 watts of power
  • Handy flip dock for housing iPod; includes video output for video stored on iPod
  • Selectable Hyperbass mode adds emphasis to lower frequencies
  • Plays music CDs, CD-R/RW media, and MP3 and WMA files burned to disc
  • Digital AM/FM tuner, clock, programmable timer
  • Bass/Treble Tone Controls Active Hyper-Bass PRO Clock/3-Preset Timer
  • Flip Dock for iPod 1-bit D/A Converter Digital Tuner
  • Micro Hi-Fi System
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Product Specifications

Brand NameJVC

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 14 x 12.8 inches ; 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.9 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001UL09LS
  • Item model number: UXPL5
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,029 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 13, 2007

Product Description

Product Description

CD Micro Component System

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Play all of your music--from CD to iPod--with the JVC UX-LP5 micro component system, which features 70 watts of total power and a retractable flip dock places your iPod front and center. In addition to music playback, the JVC UX-LP5 also includes a composite video output, enabling you to connect the system to your TV or compatible computer monitor and view video stored on the iPod.

JVC UX-LP5

In addition to standard CD playback, the UX-LP5 can also play CD-R/RW media with MP3 and WMA files. And it includes a digital AM/FM radio (with 15 AM presets and 30 FM presets). The UX-LP5 provides separate bass and treble controls, as well as a selectable JVC Hyperbass mode, which adds emphasis to lower frequencies. Other features include a clock, programmable timer, two-way bass reflex speakers, and a remote control.

Specifications

  • CD formats: music CD, CD-R/RW
  • Digital audio formats: MP3 and WMA (both with tag display capabilities)
  • 1-bit D/A Converter: Yes
  • Audio input: 1 (front)
  • Video output 1 (composite AV)
  • Headphone: 1
  • Main unit dimensions: 6-1/2 x 10-3/16 x 10-3/16 inches
  • Speaker dimensions: 5-9/16 x 9-7/8 x 7-7/16

What's in the Box

Micro component system (with 2 speakers), AM/FM antennas, remote control, operating instructions


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The sound is very good for a small system.
L. Saccoccio
The radio sometimes works, but, reception is so bad that you may only get a station or two.
Camera Shy
The sound quality is great at low to pretty loud but gets distorted at high levels.
GymRat

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

54 of 56 people found the following review helpful By L. BLOUIN on May 26, 2010
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I had a JVC boombox once, and it was the best sounding radio/cassette boombox I ever had. Therefore, I wanted another JVC product. I was disappointed that it wasn't as great-sounding as I had anticipated. However, it plays nicely. In retrospect, I would have bought the other JVC compact stereo with 100 watts of power. I didn't see the other one until I had already ordered this one. If you're reading this, I would recommend going with the 100-watt JVC instead of this one, which is only 70 watts. They're about the same price. I also just bought a Sony boombox, and it sounds much better than this JVC stereo.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By J.K. on July 27, 2010
First of all, this is a small stereo. It has 70 watts (RMS) of power. That is not enough for a party with 20+ people over at your detached house, a dance floor, and a smoke machine. If you're thinking about buying this for a teenage boy who cranks his music in his room to annoy his parents, well, it depends on how well you like his parents. If you need to get something for a college kid that likes to host gatherings in his dorm room and impress women with his music collection, I'd say it depends on the kind of music and the kind of women he likes.

If you want a stereo for a bedroom or a studio apartment, if you're interested in the best sound you can find in a sound system marked "micro hi-fi" at this price range, this is wonderful. It is loud enough to make cranky neighbors complain but probably not enough to make them call the police (neither have done so at my place). If you run this at full volume, there's less noise than anything over 50 watts that I've ever tested, and I tested a number of systems before I bought this one.

What this unit sacrifices power for is sound quality. JVC does not have a disreputable history of making throwaway junk in audio and video equipment, although I'm sure there are people who would disagree with this. For anyone looking to link this to a computer, the audio-in has three levels of power, which is extremely important if you need to boost quiet recordings. The Turbo Sound and HBS features are very useful, but nothing extraordinary. The bass/treble controls are Mickey-Mouse (you only have three bass and three treble settings).
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By victor ross on January 30, 2010
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I bought this unit as a Chanukah gift for my 8 year old grandson. He loves it and it is easy to use, his finding and using the many features it offers. I put one of my classical cd's into the unit and I was amazed at the sound quality this inexpensive unit provided. I am a connosseur of music owning top of the line stereo equipment in my home and I can assuredly say that this unit gives you much bang for the buck.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By lilhawk86 on April 17, 2011
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Very nice sound quality including bass.
I compared this system to a couple Sony systems around $100-$120 and this system is totally worth the upgrade!
Would have expected to pay around $200 for this quality.
Only downside is that you never want to break or loose the remote because many of the buttons on the remote (programing, time set, etc.) are not on the main unit!
Quality you'd expect from JVC. I would recommend this system to a friend.
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41 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Cordelia Brown on August 26, 2010
I'm what one might call an audiophile. I used to own a set of the renowned crystaline ESS speakers, $400.00 a piece list price. The Audio Technica phono cartridge on our direct-drive turntable alone was $250.00 retail. Our first receiver driving the wall-rattling pair was a 60-watts per channel JvC with 5-band graphic equalizer, also $600.00 list. It finally burnt out after 16 years, and the speakers and new Pioneer entertainment receiver got stolen during a move, but we always remember the quality sound and features, hence the decision to go with a JVC mini stereo. Though the UX-LP5 can't be expected to compare to its predecessor, it's about all our 12- by 14-feet studio apartment can handle. 70 watts maximum, relatively powerful for systems this size, is certainly loud enough. I don't notice any distortion at high volume. The small black laminate on particle board bass reflex speakers are a testimony to recent advances in electronic technology, being no longer the tinny, staticy things you would expect, but decent, filling the room well acoustically with their upthrusted design. Maybe the lower frequencies are a tad muffy and fall more in the class of bass "impression" rather than bass boom, but you can't get any better for the incredibly low price of this system. The Turbo Sound and Hyper Bass--akin to "loudness" on older sets--enhance them well enough. If you want better, you could probably upgrade to a pair of quality bookshelf speakers for an extra hundred. 35 watts per channel should be enough to obtain the full volume and frequency range in most makes of roughly equal size, but be sure to check the manual for the minimum power requirements. Optimum wattage should fall at least halfway between the minimum and maximum specifications, but don't quote me on that.Read more ›
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Pinilla on April 7, 2011
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I bought this micro Component because I was looking for a compact size stereo at a affordable price.
Pros: small size, iPod dock, powerful sound, price, very good design, good sound quality.
Cons: doesn't have USB entry.

Recently I bought the same micro component for use in my home studio, so I have two units, I recommend this component of Micro. I use it in my Office and home, so far has been a very good buy.
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