Summary: Different Model No. but had to write a review. Stunning wee system. Great sound, intuitive and classy looking. Nearly bought a Pioneer but glad I went with this Panasonic system. Use it in the kitchen and it's superb. The CD tray is nicely positioned as is the USB port. I don't own an IPod so extra storage on top of it for CD's. Remote is well laid out. Dab reception is brilliant (I live in a rural location). As good as my numerous Pure Dab radios.
Summary: Really happy with this little hifi much better sound quality than you would expect but doesn't go really loud so would recommend this to people that prefer sound quality over just loud noise but only really suitable for small rooms
Summary: I had a Panasonic Micro System for around 8 years and wanted really the same again with USB. I got exactly that from this. If you want something that isn't tinny but like me you doesn't think you need something with 200 plus watts either, to me this is the right choice. DAB, FM radio, USB all work great. (Also includes an IPOD dock.) All very sleek, nothing ugly about it, IPOD dock hidden away, simple enough remote control and most importantly my CD's sound great.
Panasonic SC-PM500DBEBK Black - Hi Fi Micro System with iPod/iPhone Dock
Coop Electrical Shop
25 September 2013
Excerpt: Easy to set up the DAB radio and the system has plenty of oomph for such a tidy and compact unit. Not into ipods so can't rate that aspect but CD's certainly sound great. As ever you get what you pay for and Panasonic certainly delivers.
Summary: I looked around various sites and shops to replace my DAB Hi-Fi system that developed problems. Eventually ordered this Panasonic Micro System. In a word 'Excellent'. The DAB radio tuned in within 30 seconds. The CD is really good sound quality. No regrets and a very competitive price. Highly Recommended!
Summary: Intended more to be used as a souped up portable radio I was looking for OK but got amazing. Good sound, low distortion, good DAB reception providing you stretch and tape the aerial as suggested (some other reviews suggested DAB was a bit problematic) FM a bit dodgy as there is no separate FM aerial, probably could sort that out but it's fine on mono. No AM but who cares. Easy to set up, easy on the ear, easy on the eye if slightly techno.
Summary: With DAB and FM radio, a proper tray CD (mp3 compatible) player and the option to plug in a pen drive containing mp3 files this is a great all-rounder. It even has a port on top for those who buy i-toys (but the older connector). The sound output uses pre-defined equaliser settings, it also has a bass boost and wide-angle sound options (a surround sound type effect).