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The CD player offers CD-R/CD-RW compatibility and Panasonic's MASH one-bit digital-to-analog converter for optimal sound reproduction. Sound enhancements include four equalizer settings (d. bass, clear, soft, and vocal) and Panasonic's Live Virtualizer, which energizes sounds in the vocal and mid-frequency ranges.
The tuner offers auto tuning to the 30 most-available stations, and you can use the convenient programmable timer to wake yourself up to a favorite CD or radio station, or merely make sure you never miss an important broadcast.
What's in the Box
Main unit, 2 speakers, remote control, remote batteries, and a user's manual.
Just received this in the mail. I am a studio apartment so the sound is not bad. However I have an IPOD and not sure how I can play music through this system. Read morePublished on April 7, 2004
I got this system for christmas. I had a problem with cds skipping, which is really annoying, so, to say the least I am taking it back...Published on January 24, 2004
I was expecting a normal sounding small shelf system and got a pleasant suprise.
The sound quality is crisp and clear and vibrant. Read more
I got this because it fit on a ledge in my kitchen. The sound is better than I expected from a small unit. Read morePublished on December 4, 2003 by Arlene S
This little box was sitting on the shop display when it caught my attention. I am usually not impressed with small speakers as they would not give the bass and sound quality which... Read morePublished on September 21, 2003 by Peanuts
unfortunatley we threw out the box so we are stuck with it. the sound quality is competely lacking. the volume goes from 1 to 50 but i have to put it at 35 before i even hear... Read morePublished on September 14, 2003 by C. Ross
Tiny speakers, humongous sound--I still can't believe it! For an impossibly low sum, Panasonic has managed to cram component sound into a desktop system. Read morePublished on June 14, 2003 by Bill