I had this stereo a while back, I can't remember exactly when but I do know that when I had it it was not a bad little stereo indeed. In fact, I still have the speakers as they still work perfectly well.
It stands just short of 250mm high and no more than 160mm wide and 250 deep, with each speaker giving out 5 watts, (10 watts in total).
The controls on the front are simple to understand and even simpler to work. There's no fussiness about this one, you've got the play, pause, forward, back and eject on the tape function, which is on the lower front. Then you've got the CD controls which are the same as any other controls, next, previous, play, pause etc etc. so if you've ever owned a tape deck of a CD player then you know what you're doing with this one.
The volume buttons stands proud on the front centre of the control unit, above the tape deck and in the centre of the CD controls.
Above the volume know there's a simple green back display that tells you basic info, such as track number and how long the track on the CD has played for.
On the top is the CD tray, or more a door that flips upwards so you can insert the disc without any trouble.
The speakers are great, and I mean great. They have lasted longer than the actual system as I have them wired up to another system so that it's more a surround sound system. It works well.
It also has a simple FM/AM radio but lacks in the DAB world or radio. And, for all those that don't like to move too far from the settee, this comes with a remote control which is as easy to use as any other, offering everything that any remote offers.
This mini system sold for about £30 when I first bought it, which was good money for what it was then. It doesn't offer anything of the likes of more modern systems, there's no hook up to your ipod or wireless speakers. It's just a basic mini system that offers music from your CD and cassette tape.