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Sony CMTBX20I Micro Hi-Fi Component Shelf System for iPod®

Item# 018W641800450001P | Model# CMTBX20I | Added on May 26, 2010 |
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Sony CMTBX20I Micro Hi-Fi Component Shelf System for iPod®
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The Sony Component Shelf System for iPod Gives You Access to All Your Listening Options The Sony Micro HiFi Component Shelf System for iPod packs big sound into a small and versatile package. The two-channel stereo system has a built-in iPod dock that lets you charge, play and control your iPod both from the system and the included remote control. And the understated black finish adds class (and quality audio) to any room. The Sony Component Shelf System for iPod also gives you access to your favorite radio stations with an AM/FM tuner with 30 presets. The system's front-loading, single-disc player lets you jam to both manufactured and burned (CD-R and CD-RW) CDs. And if that weren't already enough, you can also connect your PC or other MP3 player to the system with the 3.5-mm line in. Use the system's playback and sleep timer to automate your listening. Why not? You've got 50 watts of musical output in one sleek system.

  • The Sony Micro HiFi Component Shelf System for iPod combines all your listening options into one compact, great-looking product
  • Charge, play and control your iPod 2 from the integrated deck
  • The included remote control has a dedicated iPod menu
  • Listen to CDs in the single-disc changer (including CD-R and CD-RW formats)
  • Spin the dial with 30 AM/FM presets
  • Use the audio-in to connect your PC or other MP3 player for even more tuneage
  • You'll get big 50-watt power from a compact two-channel, stereo player
  • Classic black finish
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By GaryIllinois
January 16th, 2009
Great system for the Money

I am very pleased with the product. I purchased this for our kitchen, and it fits the bill very well. Great sound quality for the price. (If you think bass makes music, you will want higher wattage speakers. However, the volume is quite strong.) Had considered an under the cabinet system, but for a little more money you get a compact unit with full features and much better sound quality. The speaker cables could be a few feet longer. I would have gladly paid SONY a few dollars more for the convenience. Buy it.

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Right Brand,Sony, Right Price, Right Size


<p>Great little shelf style Ipod dock/ CD stereo/FM radio for my 15yr old. She loved it.</p>

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compact, compatible, and good sound


<p>hooked this up to an old 20gb ipod and it worked fine, no problems. radio reception is average.&nbsp; mp3 cd playing feature is nice. sound is good, a little light on the bass, but inevitable trade off for small size.&nbsp; although the other sony mini systems MHC-e99i? and 79i? have bigger speakers and bigger sound, they have weird 4 wire hookups incompatible with normal 2-wire speakers, and are much more obtrusive for a bedroom setup. though you can navigate an ipod with its remote control, it doesn't show any screen information on its display (not even track names), so you either have to be right next to the unit to see your ipod screen, or know your menu blindfolded. don't know if that's also the case with newer generation ipods, but that limits usefulness of the remote essentially to skipping forward or reverse on tracks while on the ipod. with CD and radio it's more standard, since you can see track numbers, station, etc. from across the room. sears had a good price on this, easy check for store availability and quick pick up.</p>

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