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Sony Muteki LBT-ZX66i


$450.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Includes a built-in iPod dock. 5-cd disc changer. Ditches the now defunct cassette deck.

The Cons:90-day limited warranty. Basic remote - cannot control much of the units more advanced features. Expensive.

The Sony Muteki LBT-ZX66i is a 3-way Bass Reflex shelf-system/boom-box outfitted with four 6.7” hybrid mid-range/subwoofer units and dual 1” horn tweeters that output a total of 560w of power.

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Product Shot 2 The third of four Sony i shelf systems, the Sony LBT-ZX66i is an upgrade from its two predecessors (the MHC-EC99i and CMT-LX20i) in that it is quite larger (not a micro system), it comes equipped with subwoofers, and it outputs more power. In addition, the LBT-ZX66i sports a 5-disc CD changer with Play Exchange and CD-R/CD-RW & MP3 playback, not to mention an iPod dock with charge, play, and control functions. The LBT-ZX66i also boasts a front A/V port, an AM/FM tuner with 30 station presets, a large/vivid display, and a remote control with full iPod menu control. The Sony Muteki LBT-ZX66i retails for $449.99 and comes with a 90 day limited warranty.

Features

  • 3-Way Bass Reflex Shelf-System
  • Four 6.7” Hybrid Midrange/Subwoofer Units
  • Dual 1” Horn Tweeters
  • 5-Disc CD Changer
  • Play Exchange
  • A/V Port
  • AM/FM Tuner
  • Large Display
  • Remote Control
  • 90 Day Limited Warranty

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Pros
  • 5

    includes a built-in iPod dock

  • 2

    5-cd disc changer

  • 2

    ditches the now defunct cassette deck

  • 1

    560W of power

  • 1

    two microphone inputs for karaoke (1/4")

  • 1

    headphone output (1/4")

  • 1

    3-band digital equalizer with easy to use preset modes

  • 1

    includes remote control

Cons
  • 3

    90-day limited warranty

  • 2

    basic remote - cannot control much of the units more advanced features

  • -2

    expensive

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