Released May, 2010
The Pros:Remote controls iPod well, allowing full access. Sound output quality is adequate for casual listening in a noisy environment (such as a kitchen). Full equalizer control through the remote.
The Cons:No direct support for the iPhone. Included speakers not up to audio enthusiast standards. Programming FM stations is more difficult than on comparable units.
The Sony CMT-FX300i is a compact and portable shelf system designed for CD, MP3 and AM/FM radio playback. Featured is a single-disc CD tray, an AM/FM tuner, an audio input compatible with PC/Mac computers, and an integrated iPod docking station.
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Unfortunately, the CMT-FX300i relies on direct wall power, which greatly reduces its ability to function as a portable music device for an on-the-go individual. Once hooked up in a suitable spot, however, the unit at least hosts a plethora of advanced functionalities such as an alarm clock, a bass boost function, and an advanced equalizer.
- Compact Shelf System
- Single-Disc CD Tray
- AM/FM Tuner
- Integrated iPod Dock
- Audio Input (PC)
- Direct AC Power
- Rock/Pop/Jazz/Flat Equalizer
- Bass Boost Function
- Remote Control
- Display: 1-Line LCD
- Equalizer: DSGX
- Supported Formats: CD, CD-R/RW, MP3
- Impedance: 4 Ohms
- Tuner Type: FM/AM
- Presets: 20/10
- Audio Line IN
- Headphone Input
- Speaker Terminal
- Analog Audio Input
User Reviews (10)
remote controls iPod well, allowing full access
sound output quality is adequate for casual listening in a noisy environment (such as a kitchen)
full equalizer control through the remote
no direct support for the iPhone
included speakers not up to audio enthusiast standards
programming FM stations is more difficult than on comparable units
FM antenna needs to be fully extended to pick up stations properly
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