CD/MP3 Car Radio with Bluetooth - Instore from 23 Feb £48.95 @ Lidl - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
SilverCrest CD/MP3 Car Radio with Bluetooth®

* Bluetooth® for hands-free mobile phone calls
* Bluetooth ® compatible: 1.2 and 2.0
* With USB port and SD/MMC card reader
* With AUX IN input for connecting to MP3 players or other audio devices
* Electronic skip protection
* CD/MP3/WMA/CD-R/RW and OGG compatible
* PLL tuner with 30 station memory capacity
* 4 x 40W max. output
* Includes fascia storage case, remote control and hands-free controller with integrated microphone
* 3 year manufacturer's warranty
* Price per item
* was £69.99
* *compared to previously advertised price
More From LIDL:

All Comments

(32) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Seems a decent deal. Anyone have one of these to review the quality and does bluetooth with mobile phone works well.
#2
these are PANTS - awful product. its not worth the money. this is not a hot deal.

sorry. - had one and took it back. it is sub standard, poor build quality.
#3
Well I got a similar one from Aldi (almost same spec and price) a few months back and it was great value for money. Maybe this is the same unit with a slightly different facia?
#4
aircanman
these are PANTS - awful product. its not worth the money. this is not a hot deal.

sorry. - had one and took it back. it is sub standard, poor build quality.


have to agree here, awful sound quality from Radio/CD player/Aux input and Bluetooth.

build quality is as expected for such a cheap price.

it is just cheap, and u get what u pay for.
#5
Thanks for the info guys, I will avoid this one and get better quality sony instead.
#6
i bought the one which is in argos, think its like £60, wharfedale. now, this is also cheap, but its better than this!

i ended up taking the 2 back and bought a sony from halfords when the sale was on. £129, which is still not that good.

lol!
#7
euro
Well I got a similar one from Aldi (almost same spec and price) a few months back and it was great value for money. Maybe this is the same unit with a slightly different facia?


if you are after a normal radio, they are fine. but when you expect a little sound quality from it, then it becomes a bit on the cheepy tacky side. if you know what i mean.
#8
Matt007
Seems a decent deal. Anyone have one of these to review the quality and does bluetooth with mobile phone works well.

I bought something like this in the Summer when Aldi were doing them. Great idea etc but they really need a separate mic otherwsie you are shouting into the front of your stereo. I found people got irritated by the lack of volume unless I was leaning over and shouting into the front of the stereo.

On the plus side, I stumbled on a way of playing music from my phone via Bluetooth through the stereo.
I didnt know you could do that. All for 50quid.
#9
USB port is good because you just plug your ipod into it rather than useing the aux port because sound quality is poor in any audio device because of the way the sound is transmitted.
#10
msharif911;4396294
IGreat idea etc but they really need a separate mic
This has one.
On the plus side, I stumbled on a way of playing music from my phone via Bluetooth through the stereo.
Will this actually do this? Or is it just hands-free profile?
#11
andyfisher100;4396470
USB port is good because you just plug your ipod into it rather than useing the aux port because sound quality is poor in any audio device because of the way the sound is transmitted.
If properly designed, you won't notice any difference; if not, it could be worse either way. What a USB interface allows is for you to select tracks on the car radio.
#12
I bought one of these last Friday, fantastic sound quality and features

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/67-5005251SPA69UC456026X.jpg
#13
Nearly twice the price and no Bluetooth tho.
#14
I really do not understand people looking for sound quality in a CAR!
Car is a moving box which is by desing is not sound proof (unless you are in Maybach or Bentley). What I mean is whatever you put inside the sound quality will suffer from outside driving sounds like wind, tires, rain etc.
If you need a decent sound go to opera or sit at home.
One of my colleguas had a sound system on his Mercedes for £4000 and guess what? As soon as he starts to drive the music becomes 100 times cheaper.
Anyway it is better that Parrot Bluetooth Car Kit which is more than twice in price.
#15
I sort of see where you're coming from, iliko. However, you've sort of explained your own arguement. Driving a car makes plenty of noise agreed, so if you have cheap tacky sound to start with (or mediocre to be fair), when driving how bad do you think it would be then.

To use your logic:

Mercedes audio: £4000

Driving makes it 100times cheaper, £40

This audio system: £48

driving makes this 100times cheaper: £0.48

Obviously that's not going to be the case, but you need good sound to make up for the sound that's going to be lost through driving.
#16
iliko
What I mean is whatever you put inside the sound quality will suffer from outside driving sounds like wind, tires, rain etc.


The simple reason being is the poorer quality product suffer more in the conditions you outlined. Also it not all that expensive now to but a car stereo like over 12 years ago when I first drove, decent cd player were around £250-£350. Now they are about less than £100 with many features.
#17
i liked that lol
#18
pibpob
Nearly twice the price and no Bluetooth tho.



It's ugly, but that's the bluetooth sony in that price range...

http://shop.audioimages.co.uk/sony-mex-bt2600-bluetooth-handsfree-mp3-cd-car-audio-receiver-p-1098.html
#19
iliko
I really do not understand people looking for sound quality in a CAR!
Car is a moving box which is by desing is not sound proof (unless you are in Maybach or Bentley). What I mean is whatever you put inside the sound quality will suffer from outside driving sounds like wind, tires, rain etc.
If you need a decent sound go to opera or sit at home.
One of my colleguas had a sound system on his Mercedes for £4000 and guess what? As soon as he starts to drive the music becomes 100 times cheaper.
Anyway it is better that Parrot Bluetooth Car Kit which is more than twice in price.



Yeah..that £4000system (phew your colleague must be one of the bankers - especially ones who pay whatever someone ask thems..) i guess it would have been great to be stuck in the traffic jams in the city everyday ;)
#20
i had a harmon kardon setup in my mini, £360. and it was worth every penny.

so are you saying poor quality is fine for a car? I dont think so, when I drive and listen to music, I want it to sound great, not loud. great. quality means the world these days. whats the point of CD if you are not going to experience the digital quality? now where is my old tape deck . . .
#21
does anybody know if they are easy to fit, or do you need adaption kits and stuff? complete novice here, I have usually bought stereos from a local car radio place that fits them or from Halfords so they fit them. I am not looking for anything expensive as its a company car and due to be changed next year. Its a renault and has a digital radio display how will that be effected?
#22
Are these REALLY that bad?

Ive had a H&B one for about 3yrs now that i got from ebuyer for about £50. It was ok! Although the buttons did collapse now and again so i had to glue them back... Its now giving errors so i had a look what ebuyer had to offer....

Bought one of these while it seemed tacky it was ok... But im returning it on account of there being no album navigation. Only via the provided remote.... Plays DVDs, DivX, WMA etc... What a shame.

So im thinking about this. USB and Bluetooth will definitly be handy and i dont really play music stupid loud. Just have my standard peugot 306 speakers in my car that are good enough for me.
#23
iliko
I really do not understand people looking for sound quality in a CAR!
Car is a moving box which is by desing is not sound proof (unless you are in Maybach or Bentley). What I mean is whatever you put inside the sound quality will suffer from outside driving sounds like wind, tires, rain etc.
If you need a decent sound go to opera or sit at home.
One of my colleguas had a sound system on his Mercedes for £4000 and guess what? As soon as he starts to drive the music becomes 100 times cheaper.
Anyway it is better that Parrot Bluetooth Car Kit which is more than twice in price.


If you have the correct bits n bobs and a reasonable car to start with then audio in a car can sound fantastic. There's no wind noise in my car and I have descent tires with low road noise, it all makes a difference.
1 Like #24
I got presumably a similar 1 last summer from Lidl (look slightly different) when it was on at the same price and yeah its a bit tacky but sound wasn't a problem in my old golf gti standard speakers, but I had the odd problem with the display but per previous note I also stumbled across the fact you can play music directly from your phone to the stereo which I like a lot - so stick that in yer parrot & smoke it or wotever that expensive bluetooth device is called !!!
P.S. Fitting wasn't a problem I was a complete rookie but managed to do it myself - also as soon as you get within the bluetooth area of the stereo you get an automatic connection to it as well when its on and you turn the car on - Basically does what I want it to pretty much......HOT....
#25
thanks that has helped loads, I think I will invest if they have them in stock in my local store.
banned#26
Cold - these are free at Aldi.
#27
iliko
I really do not understand people looking for sound quality in a CAR!
Car is a moving box which is by desing is not sound proof (unless you are in Maybach or Bentley). What I mean is whatever you put inside the sound quality will suffer from outside driving sounds like wind, tires, rain etc..


umm... old BMW (well insulated), 3 hrs of driving a day... i love music... therefore i spend money on getting good quality audio.

not like a boy racer with subs, GOOD quality sound.

hate ***** speakers, make me cringe.
#28
FilthAndFurry
Cold - these are free at Aldi.


free headunits??
banned#29
mugglesquop
free headunits??


Yes...when you buy the car.
#30
FilthAndFurry
Yes...when you buy the car.


umm... FilthAndFurry said "Cold - these are free at Aldi."

implying that the Headunits are free at Aldi.
#31
oooo! Aldi giveaway...

I went into my local Lidl (sheffield) and they had none delivered yet. They also checked another local store and they had none. Anybody else find this??

Also, do you think that you can navigate mp3 albums on this??
#32
anyone know if/ when these will be back in
or have seen any about?

thankyou

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!