Pros: Easy to use with clear powerful sounding speakers. I admit that I recently purchased this unit (2010) second hand with (2) music stations & probably paid a lot less than the original owner did.
Cons: I just love this thing......I find myself listening to this other than my expensive Hi Fi set/up. The sound is rich & balanced...and then you can set equaliser to desired sound. This is mainly a case of ...Philips put this out & then along came
Philips Wacs700: A stylish looking system but use is a little disappointing
13 October 2013
Summary: This is a Philips wireless home stereo system. The system consists of a "centre" which is your main unit and then "stations". Each are sold separately. You need one centre to get yourself started. You can get these online from Philips stores or in dixons / currys etc. You can also often pick these up on eBay. I paid £250 for mine. The centre comes with some special software which you load onto your PC or laptop to manage your music library.
Summary: I bought a base and two baby units. After ages and ages to configure, I have something which will work after a fashion. But I won't be doing any more work on my disk library for at least another year! If I had another chance I certainly wouldn't purchase this again but shop around for something else.
Pros: Looks good - nice sound and a great idea.
Cons: Poor display, ponderous software, impossible to configure properly, very slow transfer rate, cumbersome remote and general operating system, lacks features, inflexible....