Sharp Hi-Fi Component System
This sleek sound system includes an amplifier and two speakers to bring vibrant sound to any room from a range of different mediums. Forgo wires completely by streaming audio over Bluetooth, or hook up a smartphone, tablet, or MP3 player via the unit’s USB port. A CD slot allows you to rotate through your CD collection, and an AM/FM tuner amplifies the sweet sounds of radio.
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.
Two 25-watt speakers boost sound so it fills the room. Their two-way configuration, with a separate tweeter and woofer, gives voice to warbling highs and resonant lows for a vibrant soundscape. To enrich it further, hook up a subwoofer (not included) to tackle thumping bass.
- Model number: XL-HF102B
- Built-in Bluetooth for wireless audio streaming
- Built-in CD player
- Digital AM/FM tuner
- One USB input
- One stereo RCA input
- 2-way (coaxial) 2-channel speakers
- Up to 50 watts total power (25W x 2)
- Remote control included
- Full technical specifications
- Condition: new
- Product dimensions:
- Amplifier: 8.5” (W) x 11.25” (D) x 3.8” (H)
- Speaker (each): 5.5” (W) x 6” (D) x 10.38” (H)
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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