Sony's MHC-EC50 is designed for the got-to-have-it music fan. Whether you want to listen to a CD, Cassette, Digital Music Player, AM/FM Radio or MP3-formatted CD this Mini System has you covered. This system features 3 Way Main Speakers with 6 3/10" Woofers for Maximum Bass. A two driver design helps ensure audio accuracy by providing a greater frequency range making for a very smooth, consistent sound. The Sony MHC-EC50 Hi-Fi Mini System is a great addition to enjoy your music at the home or office.
Included Devices: CD-R/RW
Interface Connection: 2.5mm
Product Title: Sony MHC-EC50 Mini Hi-Fi Component System
Power Score: 4.5 | 2 Reviews
Analog Tuner Presets: 10 - AM, 20 - FM
Number of CDs Supported: 3
Overall Min Frequency Response: 20 Hz
Included Speakers: 2 x With huge 6 3/10" Woofer - Stereo
Interface Connection: 2.5mm
Media Supported: CD-R/RW
Overall Max Frequency Response: 20 kHz
Disc Mechanism: Tray
Audio Codecs Supported: MP3
Watts Per Channel (Rear): 50 W/channel
Maximum Power Output: 100 W
Number of Audio Outputs: 1
Included Components: Antenna, Cassette Deck, CD Player, Equalizer, Remote, Tuner
Watts Per Channel (Main): 50 W/channel
Number of Audio Inputs: 2
Height: 11 in
Width: 39.96 in
Depth: 16.93 in
Weight: 38.8 lbs
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Product Reviews (2)
Sony quality shines
Strengths: Excellent sound for the size. 50 watts per channel is ample power for a teen-ager bedroom. The 3-disk CD changer is cleverly designed to help reduce overall unit size.
Weakness: Would prefer to have numeric keypad on remote to make it easier to select preset radio stations. As it is one has to cycle through all pre-sets with the "Next" (arrow) button.
Perfect for a teen-ager whose room is located right above their parents room, i.e. not "too" loud. Also, would be good for a den or study where space is limited.
By cashfamtx - Jul 29, 2006
nice for the price
Strengths: Excellent sound quality. Pricing. Sharp looking. Easy to use remote. Compact size.
Weakness: little control over sound (bass, treble, etc.) Rather plain digital display.
I was going to wait a few weeks before buying a shelf system, but saw this unit at Target for $90 and thought I'd try it out. I live in an apt and money is tight, so I wanted to try something small and inexpensive. (My dog chewed up my Cerwin Vega speakers I've had since college, so it was time to buy). First of all, the unit is very sharp looking and doesn't take up a lot of space. You can tell...
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I was going to wait a few weeks before buying a shelf system, but saw this unit at Target for $90 and thought I'd try it out. I live in an apt and money is tight, so I wanted to try something small and inexpensive. (My dog chewed up my Cerwin Vega speakers I've had since college, so it was time to buy). First of all, the unit is very sharp looking and doesn't take up a lot of space. You can tell your friends you spent around $300 for unit, and most would believe it unless they're audio afficiendos. When I first hooked it up I put in a couple of cd's, and after playing around with speaker placement and the audio controls, I thought it sounded great (great bass). One drawback is that the only audio options are: rock, pop, jazz, and flat. After listening to several cd's and the radio, I've determined that the rock option sounds best for almost any type of music. It would be nice to have more audio options, but for the price I guess that's what you get. Overall, I am very satisfied with this system and would reccommend it for anyone looking for great sound within a small space.
By anonymous; - Jun 10, 2007