Bought this HiFi when it was first realised. Looked smart and had the added feature that each component was separate, so that if one failed it could be replaced or fixed without the whole HiFi being scraped.
Sound quality is brilliant and volume is very loud. Base can be changed along with the other sound tweaks. Two tape decks are inbuilt and have the added feature of recording to blank tapes.
Remote control is powerful with a good range. Inbuilt areal is good but personally bought another aerial to aid the signal quality.
Multiple CD player, up to five is a bit slow to change from one CD to another but as its only a small device this is acceptable.
Within the seven years that i have owned mine the only fault that has occurred is that the second tape deck will not play tapes. CD player and tuner is still going striong ans is being used on a daily basis.
If you looking for a cheap well reliable second hand HiFi I would recommend this one.
I brought this Hi-fi system Technics SH-EH500 3 yrs ago now and cannot fault it in anyway. It cost me at the time of purchase £500 and is still worth every penny spent. It’s superwoofer is a good feature and the clock/timer feature is good too as it gets you up in the mornings. It's very powerful due to the many bass features it has so maybe a bit to powerful for a typical household environment. The Hifi it's self is very sylish looking Black with Gold trim. It came with these accessories AC power supply cord, Remote control transmitter, Remote control batteries, FM indoor antenna, AM loop antenna set, Speaker cords and Antenna plug adaptor. These are all the features on the Hi-fi: Tuner/amplifier section Clock/timer button Power “standby” button Timer on/off buttons (play & rec) Tuning mode select button Set button Source input select button Tuner/band select button and indicator Super woofer button Volume control Headphones jack FM mode select button Tuning buttons CD player section Random play button Repeat button Disc tray Skip/search buttons Disc tray open/close button Pause button AL edit button Stop button Play button and indicator Cassette deck section Desk 1 cassette holder open button Desk 1 indicator Deck 1 cassette holder Playback buttons and indicator Deck 2 cassette holder Record pause indicator Deck 2 indicator Deck 2 cassette holder open button Counter reset, display buttons Deck 1/deck2 select button Reverse mode select button Fast forward/rewind buttons Stop button Dolby noise reduction button Record pause button Tape Edit buttons Sound processor section EQ space on/flat button Display mode select/demonstration button Display I hope this
information has come in useful to some of you and I’d recommend anyone to buy this Hi-fi system.