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Sony C69 iPod Dock Stereo @ Asda Direct Collect In-Store £75 (was £130)
Sony C69 iPod Dock Stereo @ Asda Direct Collect In-Store £75 (was £130)

Sony C69 iPod Dock Stereo @ Asda Direct Collect In-Store £75 (was £130)

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UPDATE: There is no PC-input jack on this system, so you can't connect these to a computer. Just thought you would like to know, if it was one of the reasons you were considering of buying it.

I think this got reduced to £75 again (same deal was posted 8 months ago @ £77, but they've reduced it again now). This is my first deal, so please don't be too critical.
It seems like a pretty decent deal and plenty of good reviews as well.

The Sony C69 iPod Dock Stereo is a one stop solution for all of your music needs, with a dock for your iPod, iPhone or other MP3 player, FM/AM radio tuner and a CD player capable of playing most popular formats, such as MP3, AAC and WMA discs. All of this is complemented by a clean, crisp sound, with 100W of overall power, and a graphic equaliser with seven great presets, to allow you to find the perfect sound for your style of music.

Model Number MHCEC69I.CEK
CD Yes
MP3 Playback Yes
Wavebands FM, AM
Audio Power Output (RMS) 2 x 50W
Speakers Included Yes
Remote Control Yes
LCD Display Yes
Length of Parts Guarantee (Years) 1
Length of Labour Guarantee (Years) 1

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Looks nice that

Gets 5 star reviews and is 100 watt max - well done superb deal

Good price, I would have got one for my daughter if it had a USB port on it and a remote.
Edited by: "simate" 10th Sep 2010

As above... But without the daughter!

As 1st deals go that's a blinder.

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simate

Good price, I would have got one for my daughter if it had a USB port on … Good price, I would have got one for my daughter if it had a USB port on it and a remote.



It does come with a remote, actually, but yeah no USB port. What would you be using the USB port for, if you don't mind me asking? Is it for connecting to a computer or plugging in a flash drive with music on it?

UPDATE: Just found out you can't connect these to a PC, if that was the reason.
Edited by: "ChocolateBear" 10th Sep 2010

I'd have liked the USB for an iPod shuffle. I think it's a shuffle anyway. Heheh. I'm still behind in OLD tech!

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ThunderBolt

I'd have liked the USB for an iPod shuffle. I think it's a shuffle … I'd have liked the USB for an iPod shuffle. I think it's a shuffle anyway. Heheh. I'm still behind in OLD tech!



Ah, I see. You might be able to connect it through the AUX input, as it says you can connect other MP3 players, but of course, unfortunately you won't be able to charge it.
I was planning on buying this as well but after I realised it doesn't have PC input, decided not to buy it.

ChocolateBear

It does come with a remote, actually, but yeah no USB port. What would … It does come with a remote, actually, but yeah no USB port. What would you be using the USB port for, if you don't mind me asking? Is it for connecting to a computer or plugging in a flash drive with music on it?UPDATE: Just found out you can't connect these to a PC, if that was the reason.



It would have been for a flash drive for MP3's.

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simate

It would have been for a flash drive for MP3's.



Now, that would be something that I might be interested in too I hope you find it somewhere
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