Summary: I like to design of this self system. We bought it for the bedroom and got rid of the night stand clock as well as consolidated a few other gadgets for the TV and iPod. The sub-woofer is a bit of a disappointment in that it doesn't have "deep base" compared to a speaker system we had hooked to our...
Summary: Although this model includes adapters for all sorts of IPODs, it only charges the older ones. It's all over the web that Apple changed the charging facility and one has to have a USB port now to recharge. My old Nano recharged OK, but my Touch did not. Also, the CD door was sticky upon opening.
Summary: I was amazed at the quality of the sound produced by these thin speakers. I haven't used the ipod dock, only the CD player, but I'm sure that would sound as good. I bought a Sony bookshelf system from Fry's and it didn't sound half as good and cost nearly $100 more.
Summary: I bought this because I have a similar stereo system and I needed to replace the CD player. For some reason it would not accept the identical woofer system from my system so I replaced the woofer and the woofer cord has a slice in it.
Summary: This the second micro system I purchased fromTeac. The first I returned because the unit didn't have a headphone jack, which I needed desperately since I used it in an work environment. I purchased the MC-DX32I because it had the same features as the one I returned plus the headphone jack.
Summary: Ive had this teac10i for over a year with no problem. There are TWO antenna hookup. The little wire and the little antenna. Hook BOTH of them and no problem. The sound is awesome with plenty of adjustment room for bass/treble.
Summary: We were looking for a compact sound system for the kitchen and eating area, and this one certainly fits the bill. Having most of our music on the iPod meand all the mucic is with us in a compact format. But we also wanted to be able to play new CD's as we got them. This system fits the bill.