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Sony NAS-E35HD

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Sony NAS-E35HD

The Sony NAS-E35HD is a hi-fi system with 60W RMS power output and supports CD-R/MP3/CD-RW media and has DSG bass adjustment. It also has an FM/MW/DAB tuner with up to 20 FM/10 MW/30 DAB preset function. The unit also features a RDS-EON function, has an internal HDD of 80GB, 15000 track recording capacity, a 3 line fluorescent display, MP3 CD recording capacity, CD to HDD high speed ripping, and USB support. The unit has a power consumption of 65W, with less than 0.5W on standby, meas…

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Sony NAS-E35HD

The Sony NAS-E35HD is a hi-fi system with 60W RMS power output and supports CD-R/MP3/CD-RW media and has DSG bass adjustment. It also has an FM/MW/DAB tuner with up to 20 FM/10 MW/30 DAB preset function. The unit also features a RDS-EON function, has an internal HDD of 80GB, 15000 track recording capacity, a 3 line fluorescent display, MP3 CD recording capacity, CD to HDD high speed ripping, and USB support. The unit has a power consumption of 65W, with less than 0.5W on standby, measures 285 x 143 x 65 mm and weighs 5 kg.

Features

The Sony NAS-E35HD features a80GB HDD stores up to 15,000 songs and allows users to rip from CD at up 4x, a 3 Line display for instant access favourite tunes, and allows users to record directly from Sony's DMPORT. It also features a automatic title labeling with Gracenote’s music recognition technology and database, containing music data for approximately 350,000 albums and up to 10x transfer from HDD to WALKMAN®. The NAS-E35HD also features an audio input, headphone impedance of 6 ohms, and has a headphone out jack. It also features USB recording (for MP3) and USB playback for MP3, WMA, and AAC media format.

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