It may be time to update your stereo system but your budget might defer otherwise. Consider a smaller more inexpensive system that features updated accessories, is space saving and affordable such as the JVC Micro Home Stereo System with iPod-Compatible Flip Dock. JVC has been a leader in electronics for years and this new updated system might be a good alternative to investing in a large system.
The JVC Micro Home Stereo System with iPod-Compatible Flip Dock is loaded with great features. Most of the older and larger stereo system aren’t as compact, and offer as many features in a smaller package, such as the newer models and in the case of the JVC Micro Home Stereo System. One the most popular features to this specific unit in addition to the quality of sound, and the size of the unit is the iPod enhancement that is quite appealing and is in line with the current electronic trend and method of listening to music.
Most buyers who enjoy music are looking for good sound and highly functional equipment. The JVC Micro Home Stereo System with iPod-Compatible Flip Dock features 70 watts of power and 2-way bass reflex speakers with Hyper-Bass PRO. Definitely a space saver the unit measures approximately 6 ½” x 10 3/16″ x 10 3/16″.
The most basic features of the unit include a single CD player designed to support rewritable discs and MP# discs, an AM/FM tuner, 45 station presets, 32-track program setting, a clock timer, full function remote controls, repeat and random play, bass and treble control, sound Turbo button to power up your bass or treble, input/outputs, ID3 support to display music information, and of course the iPod-Compatible Flip Dock feature. The AM and FM antennas and batteries for the remote control are also included along with a complete instruction booklet.
Overall this is a great unit for the money. They sound is quite good and the unit is very easy to set up and to use. The JVC Micro Home Stereo System with iPod-Compatible Flip Dock also has a very modern and trendy look. Definitely a great buy for the money the unit was found at HSN for $160.