Sharp 350W 5-Disc Mini Shelf System with Subwoofer, Cassette Deck, and Bluetooth
This mini shelf system doesn’t take up much space, yet it contains everything you need to listen to music from a vast array of sources, including CDs, cassette tapes, smartphones, and even the radio. Its integrated speakers and subwoofer let you crank up the volume for small get-togethers and impromptu dance parties.
Listen to Music the Old-Fashioned Way
If you haven’t yet made digital copies of your favorite CDs and cassette tapes, no sweat. This mini shelf system comes equipped with both a five-disc CD changer and a tape deck, so you can dust off your old music collection and bask in the nostalgia. If you can’t decide what to listen to, find a radio station that suits your musical tastes with the built-in digital AM/FM tuner.
Bluetooth: Stream Wireless Music, Internet Radio, and Podcasts
Bluetooth lets you stream wireless music from an enabled mobile device, leaving you free to mingle with guests, clean the house, or do yoga—all without interrupting the music. Moreover, Bluetooth plays your favorite songs over the system’s speakers, filling the room with richer sound than most smartphones, tablets, or laptops can.
Powerful, Dynamic Sound
Despite its compact size, this mini shelf system possesses deceptive power, pumping out 350 watts of sound. Its two main channel speakers each have a 5-1/8” woofer and 2” tweeter that create an immersive soundscape, while a 150-watt subwoofer adds some oomph to bass-heavy music and rumbling tones.
- Model number: CD-BHS1050
- Total output power: 350W @ 47kOhms
- Bluetooth technology for wireless streaming
- 5-disc CD changer
- Playback formats: CD, CD-RW CD-R, WMA, MP3
- Cassette tape deck
- AM/FM tuner with 40 presets
- 2 main channel speakers, each with a 5-1/8” woofer and 2” tweeter
- 150W subwoofer
- Front-panel ports: audio line-in, USB, headphone
- Remote control included
- Weight: 34lb.
- Product dimensions: 16.6”x20.2”x34.7”
- Condition: new
Though Sharp got its name from one of its first products, the Ever-Sharp mechanical pencil it produced in 1915, the name is equally descriptive of the company’s current lineup of HDTVs. As TVs grow bigger, pictures get more lifelike, and sound becomes more vibrant, Sharp has pioneered technologies to meet—and exceed—current standards. In 2007, it produced what was then the largest consumer LCD TV, a 108” 1080p HDTV, and in 2015, while other TV manufacturers were still filling out their 4K TV lineups, Sharp introduced an 8K TV with 16 times the resolution of 1080p—sharp indeed.
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