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TEAC MC-DX50i 2.1 Channel Ultra Thin Hi-Fi System with iPod Dock

by Teac

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  • Docking Station For IPod
  • System Remote Control
  • Powered Subwoofer
  • Slot-in CD Player Plays CD/CD-R/CD-RW Discs
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Product Description

  • System remote control also controls basic iPod functions.
  • NXT flat-panel speakers. Bass and treble controls. Slot-in CD player plays CD/CD-R/CD-RW discs.
  • Clock and timer functions. Digital tuner with 20 station presets (10AM and 10FM)
  • Docking Station for iPod.
  • Powered subwoofer

  • Product Details

    • Product Dimensions: 15 x 12 x 16 inches ; 19 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 21.8 pounds
    • ASIN: B003TOWYZ8
    • Item model number: MC-DX50i
    • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,399 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
    • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
    • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 19, 2008

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    This small unit sounds great.
    Michael Trusty
    I would have cost me more to send back and get another to the company I got it from not ccounting other costs.
    PT 316
    Given the reliability of the units, I would not advise purchasing one.
    Richard Munroe

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By DKB on February 24, 2009
    I bought this for my wife for Christmas because she wanted a radio in the house and we haven't had one for years. I decided on this model because I was also getting her an iPhone. I thought it would be a great way for her to have the radio and all of her music available in the same source, as well as a convenient way to ensure her iPhone stayed charged.

    I was disappointed when we put the iPhone in the docking station and the screen indicated that this device was not compatible with the iPhone (apparently the iPhone has something different on its docking port than the other four iPods that I own and I get this message on all but one of my third-party chargers). However, I was relieved to see that after that message all the functions on the iPhone proceeded without any problem. The iPhone played through the system just as the other iPods and all were controllable from the controls on the TEAC remote or head unit. So, all worked fine except the TEAC does not charge the iPhone and that is the only difference from the iPods.

    The TEAC works wonderfully and sounds great. I was impressed right away as I unpacked the item. If you have ever bought a product from Apple Computer, you are aware of the exemplary job they do in their packing. It puts other products to shame, but here it seems that TEAC must be using the same folks to design their packaging. The TEAC unit was packed neatly and efficiently. The inside lid had a large, clear diagram of how all the parts were packed. The parts were packed in a way that made doing inventory and set up as easy as could be.

    The manual could have been a little easier to read. i found it a bit redundant, but i'm sure that some would appreciate that if they were only going to read specific sections and perhaps out of sequence.
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    24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By frog on April 22, 2009
    Have only had this for a few days, here's what I think so far:

    Pros:
    1. Only one power cord for the entire unit, from wall to the powered sub-woofer. The main unit is powered by the thick cord from the sub-woofer.
    2. Cord from sub-woofer to main unit is substantial and about 6 feet long
    3. Easy to setup, did not need the manual
    4. Sub-woofer helps the sound
    5. Modern looking with thin smaller speakers
    6. Can get pretty loud, for a somewhat inexpensive room unit

    Cons:
    1. speaker cords could be a bit longer
    2. Plays purchased CDs and CD-R's but not in MP3 format
    3. CD loader is on top - hope it is not affected by dust getting in
    4. Think it's a little overpriced
    5. My daughter thinks the clock light is too bright at nighttime in her room, but have been told that the light can in fact be dimmed (see comment, Thanks!) I've been told it can be dimmed, need to check that out.
    6. Another person noted it does not have battery backup. Not sure why Teac did not include that.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Hutchy on May 4, 2009
    I purchased this primarily as a way to get local radio as well as have something to play my ipod on at work. This has nice, robust sound for an office setting, and I was really surprised at the quality for the price. The sub-woofer really does make a difference, even if I felt a little ridiculous busting it out for the office. This isn't a home theater system, so you need to adjust your expectations accordingly. But for the price you will be very pleased.

    Not only is this AM/FM/CD/iPOD ready, but you can also use it as your computer speakers through the AUX IN port on the front of the unit. Since you can move the separate components around to your liking, that worked out very well for me on my desk, and I was able to lose my old speakers. What a deal!

    Since I don't have this at home, I can't really test it, but there is an S-video hookup as well, so that you can hook it up to your TV. I would consider this for our den, which has a small flat screen so my husband can work and watch sports.

    The only thing they could do any better would be to to include a FM antenna (AM is included, but not FM). A very small complaint, as I would likely buy a more robust one anyway (I already had a TERK antennae that I brought with me).

    All in all, a great little setup!
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By apshep on January 24, 2011
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    A classic name from the 70's delivers! I got this system to play tunes in the bedroom. The room is 20 by 20, and this stereo fits the bill perfectly. It's great to have a small unit that can play cds as well as your IPod. The THX speakers are quite an ingenious design. These speakers won't blow you doors off, but you will get very good sound for a small room, irrespective of where you place the speakers, which is great. I bought mine re-furbed, for $80, which is fair. The list price may be a bit high otherwise. Four stars. Recommended. - Andy
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. Marsh on December 26, 2013
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    I've had this for over a year. It started out as a bedroom stereo but the light is too bright and can't be turned off. The it spent almost a year as a garage stereo. Recently I've hooked it up to a tv in a spare bedroom. Overall I like this unit. This is a 2.1 stereo. The sound is well balanced. The sub provides good depth but it's not going to shake the floor. It's easy to set up and operate. The remote works well but must be pointed directly at sensor. It plays my iPhone 4 but won't charge it. It will play the iPhone 5 and 5s either with a adapter or thru the aux jack. The only thing I've charged on this is an iPhone3s
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