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  • posted byZigaras on 11/10/2015

    No the item coming to me damaged, quality construction board worst and amateur. When tried to contact the chat we could not an understanding and told me to read the communication process with the site. I got it and threw it in the garbage immediately !!!


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  • posted byshimizee on 09/20/2013

    Can be used with real hi-fi speakers even if powered with your old laptop power supply (12V) Limited sound quality with excessive background noise when volume set to very low level. I use it regularly to listen to music played by the computer. It can also play your MP3 files stored in a USB stick... Read more

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  • posted byninjahippie on 06/23/2013

    Super cheap looks really nice, Super easy to use. Remote is pretty awesome I dont use it but its pretty awesome. Running two 230w speakers on it and they are loud!!! Built a little box for the back of my motor bike and it all sits in there all my mates want me to build them one they love it so to... Read more

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  • posted bydudda on 08/22/2012

    Very good!! Very powerful with remote control, easy operation USB, digital FM radio, auxiliary input. Show!! Small can call you near your PC and make a central music mp3 CD ... Easy pick up moisture in buttons ... Buttons too slick. Nao comes with source to connect the outlet. Manual Chinese have... Read more

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  • posted bymarcelotute on 08/19/2011

    Good sound Quality. Reads mp3, record radio stations, have input for other devices. Memory card. They have a beautiful finish. Material appears to be of good quality. A cor vermelha é bonita! The book contains confusing information, it is written in power 20W +20 W and have outputs that is a... Read more

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