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GPX HC221B Compact CD Player Stereo Home Music System with AM/ FM Tuner
- Compact home stereo system
- Play CDs, listen to AM/FM radio or an external MP3 player
- DBBS: Dynamic Bass Boost System through detachable stereo speakers
- Also has a single alarm - wake to music, radio or alarm
- Includes remote control: requires 2 AAA batteries (not included)
- **Remote control is carefully boxed. Please make sure you've located the remote before discarding packaging!!
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2 Channel Stereo Home Music System – HC221B
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Hear more of your music from a compact system built to play the formats you love without compromise. Listen to CDs, your iPod or favorite AM/FM radio station all with this one high quality system with Dynamic Bass Boost to enhance your music.
A digital LCD clock with blue backlight lets you set an alarm or even wake to iPod, CD, radio or the built-in alarm sound. With battery backup you’ll never miss an alarm even if the power goes out.
Priced to exceed expectations, this unit won’t disappoint.
- 2 channel stereo sound
- Top-load CD player
- Disc playback
- AM/FM radio
- Built-in antennas
- Warranty included
- User’s guide included
- ETL/CETL listed
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|Item Dimensions||7.6 x 7.09 x 3.86 in||6 x 10 x 5 in||10.25 x 17 x 6.25 in||11.2 x 19.4 x 11.5 in||12 x 7 x 10.25 in||9.5 x 10.63 x 8.25 in|
Big Sound. Compact Size. Listen to CDs, AM/FM radio, and connect your favorite MP3 player to the line input. A compact design pumps out big sound perfect for any room. The GPX HC221B Stereo Home Music System looks great anywhere in your home. It features 2-channel stereo sound with a Dynamic Bass Boost System (DBBS). The top-loading CD player plays CD, CD-R/RW with programmable disc playback. Enjoy your favorite AM/FM radio station over the built-in antennas. Each system has 3.5mm audio input for plugging in your personal MP3 player or other device. The stereo speakers are detachable so you have more flexibility with placement on your desktop, shelf or counter area. A remote control is included that runs on 2 AAA batteries (not included). A 0.7" negative LCD display with blue backlight and dimmer control make this a sharp unit to have in your home. If that wasn't enough, this system also has a digital clock with single alarm. Included in the box is the stereo system with built-in power cable, speakers, remote control, warranty card and a user's guide. For more than 30 years, GPX has offered one of the broadest portfolios of technology-driven consumer audio and video products. An award-winning consumer electronics company, GPX has built a solid reputation on excellent product quality, reliability, design, and affordability.
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Being a student, I do not have a lot of money to invest in stereo equipment. Recently many of my had-me-down electronic units have come to the end of their lives, i.e. within weeks of each other my TV and stereo died. The new TV I purchased emitted a high pitched tone that gave me a headache after 30 minutes of video games or just watching an episode of something. I bought this unit so that I do not have to listen to the small TV tweeters. This unit does the job very well for the price and size of it. I can play or watch TV without pain and I can turn the volume up while walking around the house and still hear it without it being obnoxious. It is compact so it does not take up much room in my small living quarters.
If you are looking for something to blow your mind playing Shostakovich, Eric Church or anything really, then you should not be looking at small units like this in the first place. I can see this being perfect for college dorms, smaller rooms, bed rooms, offices or anywhere you just need a little music in your life without going overboard.
For anyone interested, I could not find much in the way of specification on this unit. There are two line-in ports for the left and right speaker to plug into, there are not additional power cables. There is an additional stereo line in to plug you iPod, TV or whatever else to play your music (looks like a normal headphone jack). The speaker cables are only about 29 inches long stretching them out so if you plan on placing them further apart you are going to have to buy additional audio lines. There is an alarm setting, which I found nice, CD player, nothing special, display dimmer, and AM/FM tuner. The power cord has two prong AC end (just in case you live in certain dormitories).
This is a decent unit that is not terrible to listen to and is worth the 40$. I think it would work nicely in college or small use. Some people seem quick to judge small units (maybe not this one, but other) because they do not rattle the rafters.
I hope this helped someone!
It's smaller than I expected; but makes sense now looking at the picture of the phone by the speakers. I don't mind the size at all though and it actually sounds great! Radio, cd, and playing music via phone all work perfectly (you have to purchase the 3.5mm male to male AUX cable separately if you want to connect your phone.)
I was very happy; until, I tried out the radio. Not one FM station was clear; even the close to home stations. AM? Didn't bother with. What a let down. I see clearly the little hole where antenna wire should be. It's not there. And I read somebody's response that the antenna is 'built in.' If this is so; it's built in really, really, really in.
Though I'm real happy, even happily surprised, with the nice clear sound and bass punch of the CD player and the little speakers; I should have been more vigilant. It would have been worth the 30 dollars to me for the CD player; however, this product boasts AM/FM.
If I'm missing something; a secret trap antenna door; I'll gladly revise this revised review. I'm betting the system is either antenna free or antenna poor.
The CD player has worked fine. I purchased a cord separately and am currently listening to music from my phone on it. The stereo itself is not Bluetooth compatible, but it wasn't a deal breaker for me.
Is this the stereo system to end all? No, but it's inexpensive and it works!
The remote is the only disappointment... they couldn't have made one up that had more functionality?? We promptly lost it.