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Description:Micro Receiver with CD, DAB, Internet Radio and WiFi.
Functions: CD, iPod, Tuner, AUX, USB
iPod digital audio connection via USB cable
Supports CD, CD-R/RW, WMA & MP3 discs
Play and record files through USB onto portable MP3 player
Program Play, Repeat (1/ALL), Shuffle Play
DAB/DAB+/AM/FM/Internet-Radio Stereo tuner with RDS
Preset Station Memory: 10 DAB, 30 AM, 30 FM
Digital Clock, Timer On, Sleep Timer
Multi-function FL display with dimmer
Full function remote control (also controls iPod)
Output Power: 40W + 40W (6 ohms, 1kHz, 0.5% THD)
Audio input x 3 (RCA x 2, Stereo Mini x 1)
Audio out x 1 (RCA)
USB Port x 1
Subwoofer pre-out x 1
Headphone jack x 1 (Stereo mini)
Ethernet port x 1 (RJ-45, 100Base-T) hfdb.co/3069.php
Dimensions:290 x 113 x 338mm (Width x Height x Depth)
Weight:5.6kg
Year:2009

Rating:10.00 out of 10
Votes:1
Views:6,597
Website:Teac

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By: salil
"Excellent Sound, excelent build quality, very pleasing looks"
5 out of 5 10th March 2015
Excellent Sound, excelent build quality, very pleasing looks! What more is there to say except to wonder why Teac has discontinued this product. My frame of reference is comparison with hi-fi systems that I have had comprising Sansui amplifiers (now that was one great amplifier maker), Sony systems (not very nostalgic about them), and then from Denon. This one from Teac, given its small size and price, holds up very well and is as close to hi-fi sound as it can get in this class. In my view, its sound clarity and tonal balance puts it in the range of amplfiers and CD players costing 50% more. I play it through KEF Q100 speakers.
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