Silvercrest in-car CD player w/ Bluetooth handsfree, USB, SD, Aux - £49.99 @ LIDL
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Silvercrest in-car CD player w/ Bluetooth handsfree, USB, SD, Aux - £49.99 @ LIDL

£49.99LIDL Deals
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Found 24th Nov 2011
Maybe not for the audiophiles, but struck me as hella lot of features for 50 notes. Available from 28th.

Blurb..


* With USB port and SD/SDHC/MMC card reader (suitable for cards up to 32GB)
* With AUX IN input for connecting to MP3 players or other audio devices
* Play CDs or connect MP3 player
* CD/MP3/WMA/OGG/CD-R and CD-RW compatible
* PLL, RDS, EON tuner with 30-station memory capacity
* Anti-shock function
* Bluetooth™ compatible: 1.1, 1.2 and 2.0 + EDR for hands-free mobile phone calls
* AVRCP: use your mobile phone as a remote control for key audio functions (if supported by your mobile phone)
* A2DP: wireless audio transmission between mobile phone (if supported by your mobile phone) and car stereo
* 4 x 40W max. output
* Includes fascia storage case, external microphone and fixings
* Size (cm): 5.8 x 20.8 x 18.8
* 3 year manufacturer’s warranty

7 Comments

Think I'd rather get a branded one for £10 or £20 more to be honest.

These are really good. Ive had one for years. They do exactly what they say on the tin. Great radio reception, play all your mp3's from a mini usb stick, and bluetooth hands free for when your in the car. Mine works perfectly with my nokia 2730. Anyone saying these are rubbish should buy one and try it before slagging it off. People think it costs many times more than it does when they get in my car. Well worth the money.

I dont know what a branded one would give you that this one doesn't, apart from a brand name! personally, i dont pay extra for fancy names, I buy on performance.
Edited by: "James1984" 24th Nov 2011

James1984

These are really good. Ive had one for years. They do exactly what they … These are really good. Ive had one for years. They do exactly what they say on the tin. Great radio reception, play all your mp3's from a mini usb stick, and bluetooth hands free for when your in the car. Mine works perfectly with my nokia 2730. Anyone saying these are rubbish should buy one and try it before slagging it off. People think it costs many times more than it does when they get in my car. Well worth the money.I dont know what a branded one would give you that this one doesn't, apart from a brand name! personally, i dont pay extra for fancy names, I buy on performance.



Signal to noise ratio and distortion are the things to look for.

Golaboots888

Signal to noise ratio and distortion are the things to look for.



Well I dont really know what you mean but all i can say is mine has been fine. No better or no worse than any other car sterio ive ever used. Im not really into my banging tunez innit, so if your the sort that sits outside mcdonalds on a friday night then i agree its probably crap, but for the average jo, fitting it into his ford fiesta to listen to the radio and have hands free mobile operation on the way to work, this unit is a steal
Edited by: "James1984" 25th Nov 2011

heard good things about these for the price and Lidl always honour their warranties

Picked one of these up and installed today. Replaced an old Kenwood 4x50w and the new stereo is louder and clearer and the bluetooth works great. Great value for money

I re setted my van, and the code to the blue tooth to my mobile is lost, can any one pls remind me the code to insert on the radio. I was on the manual book for silvercrest radio. Thanks
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