LG CJ 45 720W RMS LOUDER HiFi Bluetooth/ 2 xUSB Entertainment System £195.95 @ MagicVision
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LG CJ 45 720W RMS LOUDER HiFi Bluetooth/ 2 xUSB Entertainment System £195.95 @ MagicVision

£195.95£22914%Magic Vision Deals
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Found 10th May
Very good price compared to elsewhere, next best £230 odd and gets ace reviews from the likes of Argos, also syncs with LG TVs so could make a nice system

Also connects up to 3 mobile/tablet devices at one time also.

Kick the party into overdrive with this high power LG Hi-Fi system. With 720 watts of power you’re guaranteed plenty of oomph to really get the place bouncing, and as well as Bluetooth connectivity for streaming tracks, there’s a built-in CD player for breaking out the classics. The clever AutoDJ feature will seamlessly blend one track into another too, so the beat never stops. Plus, Karaoke Star not only removes the vocal line from almost any song, but it also features pitch correction so you and your friends can unleash your inner divas.

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  • Powerful Sound Strong scintillating sound. High quality audio components produce awesome sound which can be adapted through various pre-set sound modes. Whatever you are listening to you can now hear your music how you want.Dual USB, play and record Dual USB allows for recording capabilities.
  • WIRELESS PARTY LINK Double Down for Great Sound It takes two to tango. By linking two LG LOUDR speakers together you can double your output wattage, lighting and party capabilities. Crank it up! . Bluetooth Stand-by, wake up your audio on demand Kick off the party without delay. Even when music is sent via Bluetooth to the sleeping system, the unit wakes up to start the party.
  • AUTO DJ Automatically Mix Music Perfect for parties. Auto DJ seamlessly blends each song into the next from a connected USB stick. Keep the tables turning for a great party atmosphere.Auto Music Play, music that follows you A smart system that can sense your mobile device. Send audio directly to your system with ease.
  • KARAOKE STAR ; Sing-along Fun Your time to shine. With the push of a button the vocals can be removed from almost any track with innovative pitch adjustment to ensure you are always in tune. Turn yourself into a star for the night and sing along to your favourite music.
  • Bluetooth Control Simply download the LG BluetoothTM Remote App for your Smartphone to control your LG device.Multi Jukebox, build a playlist with your friends Up to 3 mobile devices can be connected by Bluetooth to create, manage and add to your playlist. Let your friends join the fun.

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Was it designed for blind people to use? That is one fugly unit !
720 watts RMS my rear end thats nearly 1k sound in a house it would be deafening its probably no more than 50watts per channel and thats pushing it 720w would destroy those speakers to get that kind of sound you would need one hell of a system you would need proper club bass bins.

I love this statement 240 watts RMS per speaker
If you have 3 speaks that are 240w that doesnt mean that its 720w it means its capable of 240w being sent through each speaker which i very much doubt.
I was a sound engineer for 10years and i installed systems in clubs pubs and factories and i can honestly say that if that little system was the stated 720watts pubs would be installing these and not systems that cost £1000s ive seen speakers rated at this and much more and they cost £100s if not £100s. Its lies people.
Edited by: "polly69" 18th May
It's still a nice system. I've got one and can't fault it for the price. It has the facility to act as an LG wireless sound bar so I'm happy
It probably can so 50w cleanly without distortion.

720 w is just marketing for the chav rapper/DJ type target market.
Edited by: "manbearpig" 19th May
manbearpig19th May

It probably can so 50w cleanly without distortion.720 w is just marketing …It probably can so 50w cleanly without distortion.720 w is just marketing for the chav rapper/DJ type target market.


Probably quoting PMPO, the imaginary output that lasts a few milliseconds.. reminds me of 1980s boom boxes.
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