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Add high-quality audio to your bedroom, living room or office with this mini Hi-Fi music system. You can play CDs, listen to the radio, or connect your compatible iPod or iPhone. Combining versatility with functionality, the Sony MHC-EC709iP mini Hi-Fi music system fills your room with high-quality audio while taking up minimal space. Play CDs, listen to AM/FM radio, or use the built-in dock to control and play your compatible iPod or iPhone while keeping it charged. You can also take advantage of the audio-in feature and connect other audio sources, such as your PC or MP3 player. Your music will sound amazing thanks to the bass reflex speakers which provide a powerful, accurate and responsive performance. In addition to 360 watts (RMS) of power, this music system also has an alarm clock so you can fall asleep or wake up to your music.
The MHC-EC709iP accommodates factory-pressed CD audio discs and consumer-recorded CD-R and CD-RW discs. It also decodes and plays back MP3 files that have been recorded to CD-R/RW discs.
Use the DSGX Bass Boost to enhance the bass for a richer, fuller sound.
Listen to your iPod or iPhone by using the built-in dock. The Mini Hi-Fi Music System also charges the iPod or iPhone as it plays.
Enjoy easy, accurate, drift-free tuning of your favorite AM and FM radio stations. A built-in clock, alarm and sleep timer allows you to wake or fall asleep to your favorite music.
Create enhanced sound modes for different types of music, such as rock and pop. Choose from 7 built-in presets.
Experience simple plug-and-play integration with digital music players, PCs and more via a male-to-male 3.5mm jack cable (sold separately).
An included remote control allows for iPod playlist navigation and control of other basic functions.
I want to hook up my home theater sub woofer but on the back of the stereo there isnt any plug-ins except for the antenna and the two speakers? Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jake Reynolds
Great sound. I love these old school shelf systems. They just don't make them like they used to.Published 11 months ago by Dean English