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Sony MHCEC909iP Mini Hi-Fi Shelf System (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Powerful 540-watt (RMS) music system
  • Two-way bass reflex speaker system with separate 7.9 inch dedicated subwoofer
  • Charge, play and control your iPod or iPhone
  • Single-disc CD Player plays CDs and CD-R/RW recorded in audio or MP3 file formats
  • Audio-in lets you easily connect MP3 players, PCs or other devices.
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Product Specifications

Brand NameSony
Speaker TypeBookshelf
Color NameBlack

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 20.2 x 16 inches ; 43.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 45 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003GZDB1Q
  • Item model number: MHCEC909iP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (213 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,768 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 12, 2010

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Fill your room with exceptional audio while taking up minimal space. This mini Hi-Fi music system features 540 watts of power and is compatible with iPod and iPhone. Add music to your bedroom, office or living room with the Sony MHC-EC909iP mini Hi-Fi system. Listen to CDs, dial in AM/FM programming, 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. Experience rich sound thanks to the bass reflex speakers and 7.9" dedicated subwoofer. In addition to 540 watts (RMS) of power, this music system also has an alarm clock so you can fall asleep or wake up to your music.

Single Disc CD Player

The MHC-EC909iP 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.

DSGX Bass Boost

Use the DSGX Bass Boost to enhance the bass for a richer, fuller sound.

Made for iPod and iPhone

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.

AM/FM Radio with Alarm Clock

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.

What’s in the box: Sony MHC-EC909iP Mini Shelf System, Remote Control With Batteries (AA x 2), AM Loop Antenna, FM Wire Antenna, 12 x Speaker Pads, Instructions and 1-Year Sony Limited Parts and Labor Warranty.


EQ

Create enhanced sound modes for different types of music, such as rock and pop. Choose from 7 built-in presets.

Sony MHC-EC909iP
This mini Hi-Fi music system features 540 watts of power and is compatible with iPod and iPhone
Audio-In Jack

Experience simple plug-and-play integration with digital music players, PCs and more via a male-to-male 3.5mm jack cable (sold separately).

Remote Control

An included remote control allows for iPod playlist navigation and control of other basic functions.

Technical Specifications

  • Display: 1-line amber LCD
  • Speaker Type: 3-way
  • Power Output: 540W
  • Power Source: AC adapter, AA batteries
  • Remote Control: Yes
  • Preset Equalizers: 7
  • CD Support: CD/-R/-RW
  • Tuner: AM/FM Digital
  • Tuner Presets: 30 (20 FM/10 AM)
  • Dimensions: 200 x 306 x 389 mm
  • Weight: 5.5kg

Product Description

Add music to any room, or office with this Hi-Fi stereo system.
Listen to CDs, AM/FM programming, or use the built-in dock to control & play your compatible iPod or iPhone while charging it.
You can also take advantage of the audio-in feature and connect other audio sources, such as your PC, MP3, Tape Cassette or Turntable Player.
Experience rich sound thanks to the bass reflex speakers & 8" dedicated subwoofer.
In addition to 540 watts (RMS) of power, this music system also has a Play Timer & Alarm Clock so you can fall asleep or wake up to your music.

540 Watts
More than enough power to keep the party going strong

Made for iPod & iPhone Allows you to listen to the music stored on your iPod or iPhone, & charges the iPod or iPhone as it plays

Audio-in Experience simple plug-and-play integration with digital music players, PC's and more via a 3.5mm jack (sold separately)

Remote control Allows for iPod playlist navigation & control of other basic functions

Two-way bass reflex speaker system Allows for more powerful, accurate and responsive bass performance.

8" Dedicated Sub-Woofer Provides a deep, resonant base

CD Player Accommodates factory-pressed CD-Audio discs and consumer-recorded CD-R and CD-RW discs. Also decodes and plays back MP3 files that have been recorded to CD-R/RW discs

Alarm Clock & Sleep Timer Clock, alarm & sleep timer; allows you to wake or fall asleep to your favorite music

DSGX Bass Boost Enhance the bass for a richer, fuller sound

AM / FM Radio Enjoy easy, accurate, drift-free tuning of your favorite AM & FM radio stations

EQ Creates enhanced sound modes for different types of music

Compatible with iPod 4th-5th, Nano 1st-3rd generations, Classic, Touch, & mini

Total Dimensions: 36.4"W X 12"H X 15.32"D (Speakers are 8.46"D Sub-Woofer is 12"D)

Weight: 39lbs

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very good sound.
trek4fr
This Sony sound system is pretty much what I expected.
Eric
The sub woofer really adds a nice bass sound.
john m

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

122 of 128 people found the following review helpful By John H. Bevan on August 23, 2010
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I have had this now for about a month, using it as much as 12 hours a day each and every day and must say that the sound I receive from it is exceptional. The large woofer (nearly the size of the main speakers combined) gives all the bass that I desire (and I love good, deep bass) while the sound production from the main speakers is as accurate as can be. I most definitely give this stereo a glowing review and recommend it to anyone who is looking for a bookshelf system.

In response to those who say that the cords are too short, all I can say is that this is a bookshelf stereo: it is meant to go into or on top of a bookcase, not be spread around the room. It is there for providing sound, not a full home theater experience. If what one wants is a home theater, get a home theater system. One must use the right tools for the job, after all.

One warning I will give is that the CD player is on the top of the receiver and, as such, one must be careful about applying any pressure to the top when removing the unit from the box and when setting it up. I wish they had made it just a wee bit taller and used a standard front-loading tray instead of a pop-up lid over the CD mechanism but that is the only design snag (not a flaw but just something that should be reconsidered) I see.
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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 25, 2010
I have to give this system a beaming review. I have listened and used Denons, Teacs, and other audiophile equipment in the past and Sony once again delivers the goods here with this system. I bought this system to connect to my PC through the PC line-in on the front of the main unit/amp/cd player/ipod dock/radio and also to double an radio. I must say I am impressed by this system. The sound quality is clear without any distortion at normal levels. The dedicated sub-woofer does a good job at bass reproduction and is interestingly more responsive in its range then most sub-woofers playing notes all the way up to about the 3-4khz range. The loudness of these speakers is not to be messed with, these speakers can be quite loud if you ask them to be, to the point your hearing is definitely in danger if you are nearby the speakers, but can also be quite enough for listening to music or watching a movie late at night without disturbing anyone, and you can also turn off the sub-woofer so that low frequencies don't travel through the waves and turn into vibrations that will disturb your neighbors. I can't really comment on the Ipod dock, I use a Sansa Fuze instead so I never use the dock. I don't mind the CD player having just one disc capacity as most on my music is on the computer and when I do use the CD player I only need one CD in when I use the music alarm feature on the stereo which will play your cd when you set the alarm to go off. Even if I did use the CD player more often, I wouldn't mind especially since the digital-to-analog converter for the CD player is a nice one that delivers great response. Also as a added bonus it supports not only MP3 CDs but also CD-RWs as well, which was an advantage for me. To top it all off the aesthetics of the stereo are also very nice, and is a handsome piece of audio equipment. My advice, get this system its a great system for a great price that can live up to both general use as well as discerned ears. You will not be disappointed.
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126 of 139 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 2, 2011
My wife and I were looking to replace a 15 year old Aiwa bookshelf stereo ($300 at the time) and hopefully find a better one (I mean it's been 15 years right!, there has got to be some awesome new features). Boy were we wrong! Once I started to look online for a new system we were shocked to see what little there is out there in terms of full featured bookshelf stereos! The features we were looking for in a bookshelf system (that our Aiwa system was built with) include: multi-disc CD changer, multiple audio inputs/outputs (rca type for connecting DVD/Blue Ray players, etc.), full Equalizer control, audio inputs for mp3 players (not Iphones/Ipods), microphone input (for Karaoke nights). So not a long list but definitely important to us. Here is what we learned:

- It is nearly IMPOSSIBLE to find ANY stereo system without IPod docks (which to us is a waste of space as we will not succumb to the prison that is Apple (or am I already a prisoner by NOT buying into Apple?? hmmm..)
- Multi-disc changers are nearly obsolete (which I guess is ok if you have an mp3 player but what do I do with all those old CDs besides making nice coasters or frisbees)
- If you want multiple audio inputs/outputs and sound options your probably better off investing in a full sound system (A/V receiver, Blue-Ray/DVD player, speakers, powered subwoofer, etc.) So you are probably going to have to shell out close to $1,000 for the whole set up and then your wife is going to get mad because she can't just pop in a CD or play her mp3 player without having to find the remote, and hit a 100 combo button operation to play it.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Todd C Blake on August 5, 2011
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While this is a very nice bookshelf stereo system, it is nothing spectacular. I purchased it for my daughter's bedroom, and it suits her needs just fine, but I would never use it as a main stereo system for my house. While it sounds very good, and does get quite LOUD, the bass is just overpowering and not reproduced with much clarity (it is a little muddy sounding). The 540 Watt rating is just marketing hype to attract the "younger" electronically uneducated buyers to this stereo system, so they can plug their (also overhyped) iPhones and iPods into it. I have an older 100 Watt Pioneer rack system that is MUCH louder than this stereo will ever be. The reason the system needs 540 watts is that it is pushing that power through a very inefficient 12ohm amplifier, and speaker drivers. Most home stereo sytems are rated at 8ohm and car stereos at 4ohm, or even 2ohms. All of this wattage is required to overcome all of that resistance, and I am quite sure the 540 watts is peak, and not RMS, after listening to this system first hand. Also remember that it takes 10 times the wattage to make a stereo twice as loud. So this system theoretically will not even be louder than a 100 watt stereo, as most of the 540 watts is driving the subwoofer to reproduce the low bass. There is a lot of other factors that come into play here, but you get what I am trying to say without going into any more of a technical explanation. Like I said, this is a nice stereo, and will work fine in a bedroom or smaller house or apartment. Just don't expect it to fill a concert hall with sound. It is just not going to happen. I gave the system 4 stars, as I did my research beforehand, and knew what I was purchasing. I also knew where the stereo was going to be used.Read more ›
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