Pioneer has expanded its home audio range with the unveiling of the new X-EM22 (above) and X-EM21 CD micro systems, both of which are expected to be available for purchase next month [September].

Built around a 2 x 15W amplifier section, the CD Micro X-EM22 features a built-in, four-mode equaliser that allows you change the sound to suit your preference and incorporates an FM radio tuner with RDS.

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A USB port on the front panel will allow you hook up a variety of compatible devices to play MP3 or WMA files using the system. Meanwhile, the X-EM22 is also Bluetooth-enabled for wireless streaming.

Two speaker cabinets – both with a full range speaker driver – completes the system.

And the CD Micro X-EM12 (above) comes with the same feature list as its sister model, with the exception of Bluetooth connectivity. Both systems also come with a remote control and an auxiliary input. 

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