Digital DAB + radio tuner with RDS function and analogue FM receiver. Bluetooth interface for music playback from smartphone, tablet or computer. Direct USB MP3 encoding function from CD or to USB data carrier. Authentic retro look with solid MDF case and fabric speaker cover.Connections: 1 x USB port. Compatible with CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3-CD. On / off switch on the front.
Power supply remote control: 1 x CR2025 battery (included). Power supply: AC 230V, 50 Hz. 45 x 25 x 24 cm (WxHxD). Weight: about 6.6 kg.English user manual (other languages: German). Nostalgic stereo system with MP3 CD player, MP3 USB port and FM radiotuner. Direct MP3 encoding function from CD to USB data carrier. Stylish retro design case with textile speaker cover. The best of both worlds!
The auna Belle Epoque 1906 retro stereo builds a musical bridge between the past and the future with its technical refinements and a charming design. The system offers the possibility of accessing different musical media. In addition to conventional disc types, the CD drive also reads MP3 CDs. The nostalgic auna music system features an MP3-capable USB interface, which is also equipped with a recording function. This allows you to record CD tracks signals directly as MP3 files on USB data carriers to be subsequently processed or archived.
Wireless sound sources can be connected to the system via the Bluetooth function, which enables wireless music streaming from suitable devices. In terms of optics, the beautiful auna Belle Epoque 1906 DAB stereo system follows the visual tradition of its older brothers from the past. The shapely curved case emphasises the charming nostalgic approach, as do the authentic details such as the fabric speaker cover. The item "Retro Stereo System DAB Radio CD Player Music MP3 USB Home Audio LCD Brown" is in sale since Friday, September 3, 2021. This item is in the category "Sound & Vision\Home Audio & HiFi Separates\Record Players/Turntables".The seller is "hifi-tower" and is located in Kamp-Lintfort. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.