Released April, 2009
The Pros:Preset EQs are useful for shaping the sound appropriately to what you're listening to. Remote is simple to use, doesn't take very long to get used to. Looks simple and clean without being too flashy.
The Cons:Need to use the remote, actual controls on the unit are very limited. Speaker wires are very short, might need to replace them.
The Sharp XL-DK257N is a stereo shelf system capable of outputting 160 watts of audio. Each channel gets 80 watts of power backed up by the X-BASS system for extra bass boost. Audio quality can be adjusted with a 6-mode preprogrammed electronic equalizer.
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There's a dock for your iPod, and the CD player can handle regular CDs as well as CD-R/RW, MP3, and WMA formats. The AM/FM tuner can remember 40 station presets.
- 160 Watt output
- 6-mode preprogrammed electronic equalizer
- X-BASS system bass boost
- Docking slot for iPod
- Single Disc CD mechanism
- CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA Playable
- AM/FM tuner
- 40 station presets
- Music Port, Aux In, Headphone jack, Video Out, Subwoofer Out
User Reviews (2)
preset EQs are useful for shaping the sound appropriately to what you're listening to
remote is simple to use, doesn't take very long to get used to
looks simple and clean without being too flashy
sound output is rich and bold with excellent clarity
no distortion even at higher volumes
need to use the remote, actual controls on the unit are very limited
speaker wires are very short, might need to replace them
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