Dear AT:Home Tech,
Can someone suggest a well-designed and simple home stereo, small, high design, decent sound, with a tuner and cd or dvd?
My mother-in-law would like something nice but we're having trouble finding anything.
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A quick look at Target.com yielded Panasonic's 5-CD, 180 watt Micro System for $149.95. (Picture of system is by the question, above the jump.)
Then we placed a call to Crutchfield, where Bryce was on the ball and showed three possible options to us:
, which plays CDs loaded with MP3s or WMA files, and has 45 radio presets.
comes XM-satellite radio-ready, as well as plays a host of DVD and CD options.
does have quite as many options as Onkyo's, but is still XM-ready, is more powerful and tiny
--check out the size compared with the remote.
Our own personal favorite site to drool over is Bang & Olufsen.
The BeoSound 3200
would be a great option because it also includes the ability to store up to 400 hours of music, and can be customized with your choice of speakers.
One other B&O option is the BeoSound 1, which allows you to customize the color of the encompassing front to one of 5 choices to match or blend into most decors.
Readers--any suggestions for Moo?
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