Sony CMTEH20DAB DAB/FM Micro System. half price £60 - HotUKDeals
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Sony CMTEH20DAB DAB/FM Micro System.
Was £129.79 5133013

Now £59.89



2 x 5 watts RMS.

FM/DAB digital tuner.

30 station presets.

MP3 playback.

Remote control requires 2 x AA batteries (not supplied).

CD-R/CD-RW playback.

Shuffle, programme, repeat function.

Station name.

Single cassette.

Bass boost.

8 digit LCD display.

ID3 tag.

Clock/Sleep timer.

Headphone socket.

Size main unit (H)24.1, (W)23.3, (D)15.8cm.

Size speaker (H)24.1, (W)13.4, (D)14.5cm.
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#1
Sorry Link does not work, use argos code 5133013 in the search box at [url]www.argos.co.uk[/url]
#2
Here is a an picture taken from the Comet website (where it is priced at £94.99)
http://www.comet.co.uk/comet/dyn_imgs/prods/prod_large/351989.jpg
#3
Looks a good price to me. Voted Hot
#4
Great value for money. Well found.
#5
Excellent price , needing one of these for my daughter , just finished decorating her room , :thumbsup:
#6
was previously on offer at Boots for £10 less at £50, but sold out in about 2 days, so be quick if you want this from Argos!.
previous HUKD Boots link with ref to Sony webpage details:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=81160
#7
I got mine from Tesco direct a while ago for around £70 I think. This is one of the few units around that allows you to connect an external DAB ariel, which is virtually a necessity where I am.
Voted hot!
#8
Great deal, tempted to get this but must resist! :w00t:
#9
Is this going to be defunct when DAB is changed in the next couple of years?
#10
rizla01
Is this going to be defunct when DAB is changed in the next couple of years?

Thanks for the tip off - this explains why DAB radios are somewhat cheaper than they used to be.

More details here:
http://www.digitalradiotech.co.uk/articles/Ofcom-Encourages-UK-to-Move-to-DAB-Version-2.php
#11
Don't forget you should also get the £5 voucher for a £50 spend.
#12
yes - £55 !! Got one today. Brilliant. Thanks OP. DAB is great quality and the aerial better than that on the creative DAB from a while back..
#13
Good price, but this is a bit concerning:

2 x 5 watts RMS.

...may lack where it counts :)
#14
Thanks Greenfinger - great sound for £59.89 and got the £5 voucher (voucher ends today 18th) just ordered another for my friend - will pick that up later today!
#15
Picked one of these up today, was pleased to get a voucher as well which was an added bonus.

Bought it for my Mum to replace a portable CD thing in the kitchen although not been able to use it as she's not sure about the size. However it seems a complete bargain, not only do you have the DAB/RDS (which worked flawlessly picking up all stations) and mp3 CD/CD-rw playback but also there's a cassette deck and a line in for mp3 players.

Only issue I've found is that it doesn't seem to store favourites on the radio which can mean quite a bit of scrolling if people's favourite radio stations are spaced apart.

John
#16
I agree its a good price (£55 if you take into account the £5 gift vouchure you qualified for up until today).

The radio is very good, however the DAB does seem a bit crunchy in comparison to the FM reception which might just be my DAB reception in my location.

The quality of the speakers is a disappointment - they lack the clarity and punch of the amazing speakers supplied with the JVC UXN1 unit I bought previously for a similar price. However with use of the Rock/Pop EQ and the other sound processing feature it gives the Sony a half decent sound that is acceptable for both music and speach (if your not too fussy). Lets be honest, people buy this type of stereo for its form factor and feature set, not its audio quality.

The build quality surprised me - although the volume knob has very positive feedback the plasticy feel of the system reminds me of the cheaper build quality of those Amstrad systems around in the early 90s. However there is nothing about the unit that makes me think that something will snap or fall off within the year.

So would I recommend it? Well if you want an FM+DAB radio with CD and cassette with clock, sleep and wake to music functions then this is too good value to not recommend at £60. It makes a good kitchen or bedroom system.

I wouldn't pay anymore for it, as the JVC becomes is a better buy (even without any DAB or cassette).

Hope this helps someone make up their mind.
#17
it's back up to £94
#18
So It is. £94 is too much to pay IMHO.
#19
Time to 'Expire' this one, I think!

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