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Sit back and experience quality sound from this versatile and powerful mini hi-fi music system. It features 100 watts of total power for playing music from your iPod and so much more. Turn up the volume on this MHC-EC69i mini hi-fi music system and keep the party going. With 100 total watts (50W x 2), it's a complete, easy-to-use music system with power to spare. Crank up the two front bass reflex speakers and enjoy your favorite CDs or MP3s from your iPod® music player. There is also an AM/FM tuner with 30 station presets and six preset equalizer settings designed specifically for different types of music. Control it all with the included remote with a full iPod menu.
The MHC-EC69i allows you to listen to your iPod by using the built-in dock for compatible iPods. Simply connect your iPod and press play. The included remote control replicates most iPod functions for easy control from across the room.
The top-loading CD player plays CD, CD-R/RW, and MP3 files burned to disc. This accommodates not only factory-pressed CD audio discs, but also consumer-recorded CD-R and CD-RW discs, so you can enjoy your favorite custom mixes in addition to your complete CD collection. And with MP3 playback capability, you can listen to even more music when burned to a disc, all with ID3 tag support.
Enjoy easy, accurate, drift-free tuning of your favorite AM and FM radio stations. Choose from the wide range of free music, talk shows, sports, and other programming when you want to go beyond your own personal music collection. The 30-station memory presets let you store your favorites for quick access.
Delivering 50 watts per channel (RMS 10% THD and 6ohms), the MHC-EC69i brings plenty of power for any room or office. Unlike many lower-powered, competing micro stereo systems, you'll truly be able to fill your space with music--no need to compromise just to save space.
Crank up the bass with the powerful Bass Reflex speaker system, and use the DSGX Bass Boost function to really add extra punch. A preset equalizer with seven settings helps you get the perfect sound for any room or listening preference.
The demand for digital audio and video content continues to be strong. Sony's DIGITAL MEDIA PORT (DMP) interface is a proprietary interface that adds networking and connectivity options to your home theater system. Just connect optional accessories (sold separately) which provide the ability to control and power devices while making set up easy and operation simple to use. The DMP will be compatible with various accessories which will include a PC Client ready device, Bluetooth adapter and Audio Docking stations compatible with select Network Walkman and iPod products. Regardless of where you store your music.
For the price this is a good system. Respectable clear bass and it can get loud so for a party or just relaxing it sounds good.Published 12 months ago by CP
Well I love this Sony stereo is extremely loud and has really nice bass! Love it! But the one thing I hate about it is it doesn't have and audio aux plug but other wise this stereo... Read morePublished 15 months ago by JoeRodriguez
I like this little unit because it gives great sound for the size and price! I would have given it 5 stars had I not had to re-set the face plate on arrival. Read morePublished 24 months ago by todpod58
The cd worked for less than a week. Unfortunately, I did not keep the shipping material and the cost to return, the 15% restocking fee and the shipping cost essentially equaled... Read morePublished on October 18, 2013 by George W Buys
While the system is good, and has proficient bass and everything, the headphone jack doesn't work because it's refurbished. Read morePublished on July 27, 2013 by Jose Cadena
This item was purchased during my college days and I am already 2 years out from having graduated and the speaker system is still in Mint Condition. Read morePublished on May 17, 2013 by squeezyosu10
Nice radio. Good sound. Be nice if had RCA input for use with a DVD player/TV link. It does have Head phone jackPublished on April 29, 2013 by Micheal J Mendala
AM/FM reception is nonexistant, and that's putting the unit everywhere in the house except maybe the bathtub. Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by hacked off