|Price incl. VAT||£128.59|
|Price excl. VAT||£107.16|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Possibility to return products within two months||
If you are among the music lovers will appreciate the sophisticated player from Philips. Brighten your day by listening to your favorite CD and get carried away by aggressive bass whose depth is the work of high-quality technology Bass Reflex. If you prefer more modern ways of listening to music, or you will not be deprived. Use the Audio-In input and connect your smartphone or seize the flash drive via the USB port and indulge in an almost infinite listening to artists that you can lift your mood.
Using a simple graphic equalizer anytime personalize nuances of sound to measure a given style. Play around with the parameters of balance, purity or performance, and breathe ohraným songs a new dimension. For lovers of radio broadcasting producers thought incorporation of smart tuner with which you can store the current station and return to her listening whenever you want. This allows you to switch between the music, news from home and abroad and spoken word so that you have your free time as varied as possible.
The ease of use Philips MCM2350 help readable LED display and a motorized CD door with which it is replacing drives a poem. Provided you're not a morning person, wake up in the morning while listening to your favorite tunes thanks to the alarm timer. Getting up to work for you suddenly become a chore everyday pleasure.
Disc Playback Modes: Fast Forward / Backward, Next / Previous track repeat / random / program
Playback Modes USB Direct: fast forward / backward, play / pause, previous / next, repeat, shuffle, stop function
Tuner Bands: FM mono, FM stereo
Station presets: 20
Antenna: FM (75 ohm)
Tuner features: auto digital tuning, auto scan
3.5mm audio input
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