Sony CMT-MX550I

Sony CMT-MX550I

Audio Home Systems - RMS Wattage: 60 - CD Player / Recorder: CD Player - iPod Control: Direct Control - MP3 Playback - Number of Output Channels: 2 (Stereo) - USB Interface

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Technical Specifications

Main properties
Output Channels 2 (Stereo)
RMS Wattage 60
Number of Speakers 2
Playback Format No
Other Features DAB/DAB+
Dolby / DTS No
RMS Wattage 60
DVD-RAM Recording No
DVD+RW Recording No
DVD-RW Recording No
DVD+R Recording No
DVD-R Recording No
Blu-ray Playback No
Super Video CD / Video CD Playback No
Super Audio CD Playback No
DVD Audio Playback No
DivX Playback No
MP3 Playback Yes
Wireless Speakers No
Number of Speakers 2
General Features
4K Passthrough / Upscaling No
1080p Upscaling No
2D to 3D Conversion No
3D No
Sound Projector No
CD Player / Recorder CD Player
DVD Player / Recorder No
Wireless Music System No
Home Theatre System (Digital Dolby and DVD Player) Audio Home System
Energy Information
Power Consumption in Watts 0.5
Dimensions / Weight
Depth of Front Speaker in cm 220
Height of Front Speaker in cm 240
Width of Front Speaker in cm 150
Weight in kg 6.9
Width in mm 309
Number of Output Channels 2 (Stereo)
MP3 Docking Apple Docking
iPod Control Direct Control
Ethernet No
HDMI Interface No
USB Interface Yes
USB Recording Yes
Internet Radio No
AirPlay No
WiFi Connectivity No
Internet Access No
PC Streaming No
Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) DAB/DAB+
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