I bought this micro system about three weeks ago from Amazon for £126. It is definitely not one of the cheapest on the market, but it is still affordable for a normal consumer.
The design of this Panasonic SC-HC 29 EG is absolutely stunning. I normally find on each electronic product I purchase something wrong with the design, but this HiFi blew me totally away with its precision. The device comes in black color and is very small by 19.7 cm height and 40 cm width. It is very light as well, weighting only 2.2kg. The whole system runs on 2 AA batteries which were included in the box.
The control buttons are on the top of this HiFi. It is very easy to use. And if you have any troubles, the customer service was very helpful and answered all my questions promptly.
This small micro system has a USB socket and a CD drive. Connectivity is possible via Bluetooth or Near Field Communication, which is very practical by connecting with modern smartphones. It paired me up perfectly with all external devices. The sound quality is excellent and I enjoy listening to my music far more than from my laptop or smartphone. This HiFi is ideal for a smaller room at home, but not for a overcrowded garden party.
I would recommend to buy this Panasonic SC-HC 29 EG. Although the price is definitely not the lowest you will get a high quality and good looking product. This product is different from all the others - it has Everything I was looking for!
This is a mini one, being about 200 high, 400mm wide and just over 10mm deep. Being made of a smooth, shiny black plastic. This colour can attract the dust and finger prints which can make it look dirty at times, but a quick wipe over with a very damp cloth usually does the trick.
It offers many things, such as a bass control, D-bass, equaliser, treble and more, with a total output of 20 watts, (10 er speaker).
It lets you play many types of formats, CD-R/RW, CD-R and more.
It has a USB port so you can connect your MP3 player in order to listen to external tracks. It also has a 3.4mm jack so that you can listen to your music through some headphones so you don't annoy the neighbours.
The Equaliser offers a few pre-set options, soft, heavy, vocal and flat.
It also offers bluetooth pairing, which comes in handy when you want to listen to your music from you phone. Just pair the bluetooth devices and they're set for good.
The CD slots into the middle of the system, with the central panel sliding to the left in order to put the disc in place. It doesn't open all the way so you do have to juggle the disc in a little bit. But it's nothing to worry about.
You can tune the radio in and store up to 30 channels, which is enough channels for any one.
On the rear, top, there are the controls, play, pause, forward/reverse/stop and the power button. There is also a USB port which can also be used to charge up your devices. Just slot the wire into the port and play music. Plus there is an Auxiliary port for external devices.
This has DAB, (digital Audio Band) which most systems offer these days, which, when in certain rooms in my house, pick up digital stations to perfection. Although in some places it can lose signal.
This sells for about £110 - £130 which is way too much for what you get here, considering that there are other systems that offer the same, if not better quality for a lot less than this one.
In conclusion, if you are after a good quality system that offers DAB, CD player and looks the part then take a look at this, although I do suggest shopping around to see if you can get a cheaper one or get this one below £80