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Designed for iPod and iPhone users who want to enjoy their favorite songs with high quality sound at home, the compact Panasonic SC-HC30 home stereo system features a dedicated iPod dock that allows quick, easy connection of an iPod without the need for a cable. The remote control can be used to select music stored in the iPod, and music on the iPod can also be used for the wake-up timer. It's designed with a center sliding door, in a sleek glossy finish, and the motorized door slides opens, allowing the user to insert a music CD or an iPod.
The wall-mountable SC-HC30 provides 40 watts of total audio output, and it combines Panasonics advanced bamboo cone speakers with a dual passive radiator design that cancels unwanted vibration--helping to deliver a pure bass sound with minimal noise.
This system includes a CD player as well as an AM/FM tuner. It also employs advanced proprietary audio technology to deliver an exceptionally pure, clear sound that rivals the quality of larger hi-fi systems and brings out the best in any musical genre.
The slim and compact design of the SC-HC30 is best matching for your room. It can easily be installed in limited places, like a small bedside shelf or your desk in your home office. Also with a wall-mountable design, the SC-HC30 lets you choose to place your audio system the way you want, to stylishly match with your interior.
More rigid and lighter evolved bamboo cone material has been adopted for speakers. With the new bamboo cone speakers the sound becomes much more responsive. Vocals are more pure and clearer, and the dialog being crisper and easier to understand than ever before.
A Dual Passive Radiator design cancels unwanted vibration, helping deliver a pure bass sound with minimal noise. The diaphragm of the passive radiator is weighted to achieve linear vibration, making it possible for these slim speaker units to produce a robust, full-bodied bass. Across the entire sonic range from pure, clear trebles to rich, dynamic bass, the SC-HC30 delivers an audio performance that is almost unimaginable from systems of their size.
Simply dock your iPod or iPhone, or insert the CD and enjoy your favorite music with high quality sound.
Panasonic SC-HC30 stereo system, remote control (with batteries), operating instructions
The sound quality is very good and the footprint is small.
You would think they'd hide a ferrite antenna inside the unit - like even the cheapest (but better receiving) AM radios do - but, apparently, they didn't.
Very nice size, fits perfectly on a hall table or something of that size and looks really nice.
Bought this as a gift for my daughter. She absolutely loves it. Mostly she uses it for an IPOD dock. It has great sound, It is very portable. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dale Ridder
I bought these stereo 3 years ago and I really like it, great quality, great design and looks, it works perfectPublished 18 months ago by CCA
This was perfect for my mother and daughter. I didnt realize that the iPod Nano could not fit in the iPod section.Published on February 19, 2013 by Charity Anselmo
this thing play great i can play my ipod i can listen to this thing all night and all dat let me turn this thing on while i write this reviewPublished on January 28, 2013 by george archer
Was looking for something to play the iPod on. I haven't hung it on the wall yet and I may not. Plays well and is easy to figure out! Read morePublished on January 15, 2013 by Lrosen
I read reviews for this product which faulted the sliding door and iPod's tendency to cut out in the middle of a tune and thought I'd give it a try anyway because I was primarily... Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by Jeff Alan
Smooth sounds, sleek look, a very pleased customer. This is a high quality stereo system at a great price. An outstanding sound system!Published on November 10, 2012 by Becky O. Breitwieser
The sound system is great. The quality is good and it fits in well my the bedroom. I was actually considering a Bose system until I came across this one. Read morePublished on July 25, 2012 by DRB