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Sony MHC-EC709iP Mini Hi-Fi System - iPod Supported (30 Channels - FM, AM - MP3)
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Product Details of Sony MHC-EC709iP Mini Hi-Fi System - iPod Supported (30 Channels
SummaryProduct Title:Sony MHC-EC709iP Mini Hi-Fi System - iPod Supported (30 Channels
Lowest Price:$150.92from Tech For Less, Inc.
- Maximum Power Output: 360 W
- Included Devices
- Included Speakers: 1.57" Horn Type - Tweeter|6.30" Cone Type - Woofer|7.87" Cone Type - Subwoofer
- Physical Attributes
- Weight: 12.13 lbs
- Dimensions: 12" Height x 8.70" Width x 8.46" Depth - Speaker|12" Height x 11.10" Width x 12" Depth - Subwoofer|12" Height x 7.87" Width x 15.31" Depth - Main Unit
- More Info
- Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited
- URL: http://www.sony.com
- Additional Specifications
- Analog Tuner Presets: 20 - FM|10 - AM
- Quick Glance
- Media Supported: CD-RW
- Interface Connection: 1 x 3.5mm Audio Line In|DMP|1 x 3.5mm Audio In
- Tuner Display: LCD
3 Reviews for Sony MHC-EC709iP Mini Hi-Fi System - iPod Supported (30 Channels - FM, AM - MP3)14/11/2011This system is great. The only reason people are complaining about this system is because they didn't do the research before they bought the product, and I did. I'm currently in college in a Music Production program, and I bought these speakers to set up as my own "home studio." Everything you need to know is on the box, but for the people who complained about this, let me elaborate. The iPod dock ONLY, I repeat, ONLY works with a 2nd Gen iPod touch! If you don't have one and are buying it primarily for iPod connectivity, either don't buy it, buy a 2nd Gen iPod touch online (they're pretty cheap now), or be the smart person and buy an 1/8th inch to 1/8th inch cable (that means the headphone adapters), that way you can plug in your MP3 player, whatever it may be, without any complications. Note: make sure you get stereo, if you buy mono without looking at the details and only the price, you'll be disappointed, you need stereo so you can get the correct panning, mono won't do that. I...16/11/2010I brought a Thievery Corporation CD to Frye's and tested every system in there. This had the best sound for the money BY FAR. I like my music to have powerful base and thought about getting the same system with the sub woofer, but the highs and mids were not clear on that one. This unit had great comprehensive sound--clear mids and highs with great base. All of the other systems in this price range couldn't handle high volume and had around 150-170W, but this one maintained good sound as loud as I could turn it because of the 360W. The only drawback is that it's a little bigger than I wanted for a shelf system.07/04/2011This stereo looks great and sounds great for the money yet suffers from a couple of bad design decisions.
I bought this unit for the computer room to add a little boost to my computer sounds and to allow me to play my iPod through.
Here are my thoughts on this stereo
For sound quality: The sound on this unit is rich and deep and LOUD. It works perfectly with my iPod classic, the remote may be a little tricky at first, but you will get used to it, and with games and movies passed through it from my computer.
For Construction quality: The unit feels sturdy and well made and looks amazing.
For reasons I cannot fathom Sony's engineers decided to go against several decades of stereo design when they made this unit. As has been pointed out by other customers there is no headphone jack on the machine, which isn't a problem for me, but one must wonder why this classic staple of just about any other stereo ever made was left...