Summary: LAST WEEK THE PRETTY BLUE LIGHT STOPPED COMING ON - RUINS THE LOOK OF THE UNIT - PLUS NOW CAN'T QUICKLY TELL IF IT IS ON OR OFF ANYONE KNOW IF THIS IS A BULB THAT CAN BE CHANGED OUT ?? IF SO HOW ??
Summary: This is a pretty cheap system and when it arrived you can see why. Upon opening it you can hear things clinking around inside of it. It was also so light that it almost seemed fake. If you want to just play a CD or listen to the radio then it will do the job. But if you want quality sound and function then you should invest in a better more expensive one. This was for my parents who are not very technological anyway.
Summary: I bought this stereo because I liked its simple and modern design. It's not the highest quality, but it serves the basic purposes of playing CDs and listening to the radio. For the price I paid (about $30), I'm not disappointed.
Summary: I bought my stereo at the Army and Air Force Exchange Service(AAFES) Store and after two months, the right speaker broke. I bought it because of the design and value. It cost 40.00 without tax. I will buy a better 100.00 Sony stereo as a replacement.
Summary: I bought this so called "stereo" system at a Big Lot's Store for about $40.00. I figured since they were selling it there it must be a good deal, and it looked very cool too. It worked for about a month before it started skipping and remote was wigging out. It never sounded any better than one of those old plastic 45 record players. It looked good in my daughters bedroom but it lookes and sounds much better in the dumpster.