Panasonic SCUX100EK 300W Hi-Fi with Bluetooth £69.99 @ Argos
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Panasonic SCUX100EK 300W Hi-Fi with Bluetooth £69.99 @ Argos

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Found 24th Dec 2017
Really gutted.Bought this at £89 last week!

Proper bit of kit for those on a budget.

Blast music with this 300W Hi-Fi from Panasonic. You'll experience clear, powerful and wide sound with the 13 cm cone woofer and 5 cm cone tweeter. Stream your music wirelessly using Bluetooth or play your CD collection. Clever equalizer, matches the music to the sound, so you hear your favourite tracks as they're meant to be heard.

Compatibility:

  • Laptop_PC.
  • iPod.
  • iPhone.
  • iPad.
  • This device uses the Apple Lightning Connector which is compatible with 5th Generation Apple devices and onwards. If you do not have a 5th Generation device or newer, you will need an adaptor (sold separately).
  • AUX in.
  • Bluetooth compatible.
Product features

  • FM tuner.
  • 30 preset stations - allows you to save your favourite radio stations in memory.
  • MP3 playback.
  • 13cm Woofer.
  • Power output 300 watts RMS.
  • 300 watts RMS per speaker.
  • 1 USB port.
General information

  • Remote control requires 1 x AA (included) .
  • Size of main unit H13.2, W25, D22.7cm.
  • Size of speaker H30.8, W25, D227cm.
  • EAN: 5025232856497.
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Nice power output as well, 300 watt RMS.
Ren20256 m ago

Nice power output as well, 300 watt RMS.


Oh it works. I think I might annoy the neighbours this week.
JoggingOnAgain2 m ago

Oh it works. I think I might annoy the neighbours this week.



Yes always use Christmas as an excuse
I forgot to add, a lot of manufacturers use PMPO but to me that's a marketing gimmick. RMS is where it's at
Ordered! Thanks
Ren20253 m ago

Yes always use Christmas as an excuse


It needs to be tested
Ren20252 m ago

I forgot to add, a lot of manufacturers use PMPO but to me that's a …I forgot to add, a lot of manufacturers use PMPO but to me that's a marketing gimmick. RMS is where it's at


Couldn't agree more. PMPO is always much higher which is why so many cheaper manufacturers try to use it.
mabell795 m ago

Ordered! Thanks


Well. Thats my good deed of the day
I also paid £90 for this about 2 months ago, Very good sound and good Bass.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 24th Dec 2017
SOUTHWALES8 m ago

I also paid £90 for this about 2 months ago, Very good sound and good Bass.


That is the first thing my daughter said when I switched it on "its bassy"
I have this and It may not have the best sound in the world, but is plenty loud enough.
I love the bluetooth wakeup feature on this hi-fi. works a treat with Echo Dots.
anyone know if this has alarm function
Could I connect a turntable to this?
Ren202546 m ago

I forgot to add, a lot of manufacturers use PMPO but to me that's a …I forgot to add, a lot of manufacturers use PMPO but to me that's a marketing gimmick. RMS is where it's at


All power output ratings are marketing for people who know nothing about audio. This is a £100 stereo, it will sound like a £100 stereo. It will sound positively crap compared to a decent 30w per channel amp and a good pair of speakers.

Saying that it's good for what it is, hot.
mtc112 m ago

All power output ratings are marketing for people who know nothing about …All power output ratings are marketing for people who know nothing about audio. This is a £100 stereo, it will sound like a £100 stereo. It will sound positively crap compared to a decent 30w per channel amp and a good pair of speakers.Saying that it's good for what it is, hot.


Its £70 & it sounds good in my house. We can all buy more expensive stuff. A friend of mine had a bose speaker that bust last week. I said to her to ask Alexa.

Its a £70 hifi
300 Watts my arse lol
TALON19739 m ago

300 Watts my arse lol


I have it on 12 volume & its loud enough.
If I was being a mona lisa , I'd say there's no Dab.
Looks spot on for the money heat added
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Edited by: "davnav" 24th Dec 2017
Seams good, but no DAB is a deal breaker for me. Yeah I know I can Spotify etc on phone and Bluetooth connect to it. But that’s faffing when I want instant music when doing house chores.
So could I connect my desktop PC to this through the AUX in?
Cheers for the heads up OP. No stock around me but managed to pick up a B-Grade refurbished one from Argos eBay for £54.99 delivered.


ebay.co.uk/itm…649
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condracky55 m ago

So could I connect my desktop PC to this through the AUX in?


For sure, via your desktops headphone/line out.
DAB is the deal-breaker too , I'd have paid £30 more for that.
can it be connected with TV and used as SOUNDBAR via BLUETOOTH ?
nigelh55 h, 16 m ago

I have this and It may not have the best sound in the world, but is plenty …I have this and It may not have the best sound in the world, but is plenty loud enough.I love the bluetooth wakeup feature on this hi-fi. works a treat with Echo Dots.


How does this work with an echo? Do you need to leave the hifi always on?
Lakeside2 h, 35 m ago

You must be crazy[Image]


Nope. Thats Seal. Next up. Crazy
I've never understood the fascination for DAB, connect this system to the internet and you have 2,500+ available stations,


EDIT: Sorry forgot, Heat added
Edited by: "DoNOTPayRetail" 25th Dec 2017
It's not 300W continuous RMS output - it's "clever" deceiving marketing - peak output ,it's actually RMS 30% Power Output (I'm guessing this is actually 15W per channel, added together to make 30W and then marked up to peak level of 300W).
They get away with it as its measured as a peak output in milliseconds with lab equipment, not "musical power" - ie the power of the sound you hear. Certain manufacturers switched over to PMPO to make the figures look bigger, some manufacturers claimed it was to better represent the power level to consumers.
An quick and dirty way to check the power of a system is to feel the weight of it - a good set of stereo speakers (cabinets) would weight around 20kg each, it's unlikely the amp to power them would weight less than 10kg. Some real crooks add concrete to the cabinets to add the extra weight, so powering them on and using them would be recommended.

Heat added btw - nice find!
DoNOTPayRetail1 h, 18 m ago

I've never understood the fascination for DAB, connect this system to the …I've never understood the fascination for DAB, connect this system to the internet and you have 2,500+ available stations,EDIT: Sorry forgot, Heat added


I'm guessing it's due to lack of internet connection - my mate bought a DAB system as he can't get a wifi signal in his conservatory...
Is this good? I want to good sound quality not Sound which will destroy my ear drums and get noise complaints

People on this website think they know about speakers when they only buy something based on how many watts lol

High watt just means louder sound which you don't need. It doesn't mean good sound quality
davnav19 h, 48 m ago

If I was being a mona lisa , I'd say there's no Dab.Looks spot on for the …If I was being a mona lisa , I'd say there's no Dab.Looks spot on for the money heat added[Image]


Edgy
Thx, just ordered
JoggingOnAgain24th Dec

Oh it works. I think I might annoy the neighbours this week.



Hey, I need a new stereo for the kitchen and this looks the part. Can you tell me, with regards to the USB, what is the display like once you plug in a USB stick or hard drive? Does it display folder names and songs etc? Is it pretty obvious what albums you're selecting from the drive? Basically is the USB connection any good? Thanks in advance
Tempted, does this have a CD player??
Edited by: "johnraggett" 14th Jan
johnraggett14th Jan

Tempted, does this have a CD player??


yes
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