Summary: I wanted a CD/Docking station that could be portable to use in the kitchen and lounge and so that I didn't have to have it on display all the time...due to lack of space. This system looks great and very stylish, quite retro yet modern.
Summary: All right, so it isn't all bells and whistles to look at, but I didn't want that, what I wanted was TONE, and sound quality and I got that in spades, it is a pleasure to listen to, it is simple to use, and after fitting a proper aerial, ( we need this as we are in a very poor reception area.
Summary: bought this having returned to the shop a Panasonic dab which was hopeless. The roberts set is in a different league. sound quality is superb and with the ability to not only play but also copy vinyl and cd's to sd card very versatile. super quality build.
Summary: With the exception of remote control this is a very stylish and easy to use piece of equipment - plug in and will self tune radio stations then ready to go. Sound is excellent (purchased for use in a kitchen but would happily use in lounge as main unit).
Summary: I love it. I bought it for my small carpentry workshop (spare room) and it's just about perfect for the job. I read the manual before plugging it in, but there really isn't any need if you don't like manuals.
Summary: Maybe not quite the quality sound of players twice the price, but close to them. For all the various audio devices you are able to use, the product was a hit for me and others have said what a quality looking and sounding product.
Summary: I already own a Bose unit so I was a little worried the sound 53 would be satisfactory, however I am very pleased with the classic look of the unit and its sound qualities, whether you want Ipod, SD Card CD or memory stick it is all in such a small unit and works well, I purchased mine in piano...
Excerpt: Ooh, we're loving our new micro hifi from Roberts MP53 Sound 53. We bought it to replace our old little system which had served us well for many years but was looking rather clunky and tatty and pre-dated any thought of docking stations or digital radio (it was old enough to have a tape deck,...
Summary: Pros and Cons for the MP53 PROS - 1. Good sound quality and decent EQ options. I use Rock, Flat and for spoken word News. 2. Ready to use pretty much straight out of the box. 3. Remote is fairly intuitive to use. 4.