Teac CR-H500 - Reproductor de CD con interfaz USB / iPod, color negro
Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Negro
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 290 x 338 x 113 mm
Mando a distancia: Si
Obstrucción: 6 Ohmio
Peso: 5,6 kg
Potencia de Salida: 2 x 40W
Potencia de salida: 80W
RDS, sintonizador incluido: Si
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Opiniones de clientes
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The setup is fairly straightforward, attach your speakers, any antennae required and plug it in. You will probably have to download a software update to get the internet radio working, but it's quite straightforward and explained in the excellent manual. Internet radio stations are pretty easy to search through by geography, genre etc, and can be easily saved as favorites. The BBC stations are listed in their own category, which I thought was a nice touch. It was pretty easy to intitially connect the device to my wireless router, although I am quite technical, I imagine that if my parents had bought this they would have struggled.
The display is a touch small, and scrolls sideways at an annoyingly slow rate sometimes. If a track or album title or radiostation name is too long , it is truncated to fit the screen. It does not always scroll to reveal the full name, which can be frustrating. The jog wheel works very well for the most part, much like on an Ipod. Some controls though can only be accessed via the remote.
My biggest complaint is that the box only has one USB port, which is on the front panel. I have attached an IPOD cable, which i prettty much leave permanently connected, which means there is always a white cable dangling down the front. I can't understand why they didn't put a rear USB port. Playing music from a USB drive is a bit hit and miss, mainly because of the limitations of USB sticks rather than any problem with the hifi. Tracks are sometimes stored in the order they were copied to the USB drive, so albums can get played out of order. The cr-h500 integrates well with Ipods though.
I am using the hfi with a pair of Qacoustic 2010s, and the sound is absoluetely fine. It won't appeal to audiophiles, but i guess the aim of this box is huge functionality in a small box rather than the highest audio quality.
Overall though , i rate the CR-H500 very highly, and would reccomend it to anyone wanting a muli-purpose unit for a small price.