- Product Dimensions: 18 x 19.3 x 9.8 cm ; 1.25 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 2.3 Kg
- Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
- Item Model Number: HC221B
- ASIN: B004VF4D9E
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 13 November 2017
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
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GPX HC221B Compact CD Player Stereo Home Music System with AM/ FM Tuner
|Price:||+ $28.77 Delivery|
- Compact home stereo system
- Play CDs, listen to AM/FM radio or an external MP3 player
- DBBS: Dynamic Bass Boost System through detachable stereo speakers
- Also has a single alarm - wake to music, radio or alarm
- Includes remote control: requires 2 AAA batteries (not included)
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This unit fits the bill for what I needed. The speaker connections are kinda wonky, and I had to fiddle around with one of them quite a bit to get it to stop crackling. Also, the backlight is rather strong so the clock is not as easy to read from the other side of the room as I had hoped. Probably the worst thing about this stereo is that there is no volume control On the remote. On the plus side, the speakers sound good in our little living room, especially with the bass boost turned on. The aux input also works well (separate cable required), so this will also serve well as a speaker station to play pandora through a cell phone.
Overall, I am happy with it for the price, but can't give it more than three stars due to the wonky speaker connections, missing remote volume control, and clock visibility issues. If you are looking for something nicer than the average alarm clock radio for a bedroom, this would be perfect.
Being a student, I do not have a lot of money to invest in stereo equipment. Recently many of my had-me-down electronic units have come to the end of their lives, i.e. within weeks of each other my TV and stereo died. The new TV I purchased emitted a high pitched tone that gave me a headache after 30 minutes of video games or just watching an episode of something. I bought this unit so that I do not have to listen to the small TV tweeters. This unit does the job very well for the price and size of it. I can play or watch TV without pain and I can turn the volume up while walking around the house and still hear it without it being obnoxious. It is compact so it does not take up much room in my small living quarters.
If you are looking for something to blow your mind playing Shostakovich, Eric Church or anything really, then you should not be looking at small units like this in the first place. I can see this being perfect for college dorms, smaller rooms, bed rooms, offices or anywhere you just need a little music in your life without going overboard.
For anyone interested, I could not find much in the way of specification on this unit. There are two line-in ports for the left and right speaker to plug into, there are not additional power cables. There is an additional stereo line in to plug you iPod, TV or whatever else to play your music (looks like a normal headphone jack). The speaker cables are only about 29 inches long stretching them out so if you plan on placing them further apart you are going to have to buy additional audio lines. There is an alarm setting, which I found nice, CD player, nothing special, display dimmer, and AM/FM tuner. The power cord has two prong AC end (just in case you live in certain dormitories).
This is a decent unit that is not terrible to listen to and is worth the 40$. I think it would work nicely in college or small use. Some people seem quick to judge small units (maybe not this one, but other) because they do not rattle the rafters.
I hope this helped someone!