TEAC has covered all the bases with its new CR0H500DNT micro music system: it's equipped with a CD player, built-in amp, DAB/FM radio, plus wi-fi, Ethernet and USB connectivity.
It supports CD, CD-R/RW, WMA and MP3 discs, can play and record files through USB on to a portable MP3 player, allows iPod connection via a USB cable, has internet, DAB, DAB+ and AM/FM radio and a multi-function display with dimmer.
Power output is a claimed 40W, you get three audio inputs (2 x RCA, 1 x stereo mini jack), one phono audio output, one subwoofer preout and a headphone jack.
Station presets (10 for DAB, 30 each for AM and FM) and a sleep timer are also included.
The TEAC CR-H500DNT is available now in black for £500. We'll be publishing a First Test in the April 2010 issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, on sale from March 10th
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