...the last 2 months I've not had any problems fitting, removing the iPod. Also on the top are two touch-sensitive buttons, labelled "-" and "+" which, unsurprisingly, control the volume. Or you can still use the click-wheel on the iPod itself. The other nice thing is that when docked in a powered HiFi, your iPod is recharged.
The back of the device is relatively featureless, providing a home...
Advantages: Great looks, clear sound, good price Disadvantages: Not very loud, short speaker cables
...I have just been out and purchased a small hi fi for my lounge. In days gone by, we had monsterous stacking hi fi systems but, as with all technology, things have shrunk and vastly improved in quality.
The same goes for Aiwa Hi Fi equipment.
Once upon a time, Aiwa was frowned on in the High Street. Known for its cheaper styles and even cheaper sound, it was one to steer clear of. However...
Advantages: Very Informative, WILL help you make the right purchase Disadvantages: Lots of adverts, price?
...I needed to get a new LCD TV and Home Cinema System. With no knowledge, I bought an issue of What Hi-Fi Sound and Vision. This magazine contains articles and mini tests on everything, you guessed it "sound and vision".
All the information and technical advice required to make my decisions easier was in the magazine. They review equipment for the average person right through to the "money no...
03.01.2008 23:49 ·Read review
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