|Product Dimensions||45 x 16 x 25 cm; 2.5 Kilograms|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required.|
|Item Model Number||SC-HC302EB-K|
|Connectivity technologies||Bluetooth, AUX-in|
|Other display features||CE|
|Form Factor||Slim Designed Hi-Fi|
|Item Weight||2.5 kg|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||4 August 2020|
Panasonic SC-HC302EB-K Micro Hi-Fi with DAB Radio, CD Player and Bluetooth
|Price:||+ $40.24 Delivery|
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|Connectivity technology||Bluetooth, AUX-in|
|Speaker type||Full range 8cm with strong magnet x2|
|Product Dimensions||45 x 16 x 25 cm; 2.5 Kilograms|
About this item
- The compact and slender case is home to the latest sound technology. The 2CH digital amplifier represents the centrepiece which delivers a clear and dynamic sound without distortions. The HC302 will fit your lifestyle and enhance it with great sound
- Minimalistic to harmonise with any space and materials, The HC302 complements your lifestyle through its sound and design
- In addition, it is optimised for mounting on walls, further increasing the flexibility of installation whilst letting you enjoy the music in your life even more
- Simply connect your existing audio or streaming device, such as Chromecast audio, or aux in, and even if the HC302 power is turned off, the sound signal from the device will be recognized. The power will be automatically turned on, and music will be played from the aux terminal
- Whether you enjoy listening to more traditional sources of music, such as your CD collection or radio broadcasts, this flexible hi fi system also embraces the latest in music streaming services too via Bluetooth.Just download the free Panasonic Music streaming app to control and stream all the content you love from your favourite music subscription services
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The HC302 can be placed anywhere in your room, and reproduces pure and clear sound with rich bass that you would not expect from its slim, compact body. Play CD and radio as well as other music sources via Bluetooth, or utilise AUX-IN Auto Play, so you can easily enjoy music by connecting various audio devices directly to the HC302.
1 x AC cord DAB indoor antenna Remote Controller Battery (for Remote) Wall mount kit OI Book
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So, i got it out the box, its reassuringly heavy. Plugged in power cable, batteries in the remote, connected the aerial. It has brackets to fix to the wall if so wished .... i probably wont as it means the cables trailing to a socket.
First - I played a CD.
I mean seriously - WOW! The sound was so rich, and deep and very listenable. I have a box of xmas CDs I bring out at this time of year .... they've all been played and sound amazing!
Next I switched to DAB radio (I didn't even know it had DAB until I looked at the remote!). My last DAB radio was a £200 Ruark one a few years ago. That sounded very good. This sounds BETTER!!! Again the sound is rich, lots of bass, very very easy to listen to.
I cannot recommend this system highly enough - anyone after a second system, or even a main system, with not much space - get this one! I would be happy had I paid 2 or 3 times the price - so at £100 or so it is a total bargain. It also has a remote control which is very handy.
And if you need more convincing - you can connect Bluetooth devices, and it has an Aux in socket to connect headphone output from phone etc. There are also various settings accessed via the remote - I haven't looked yet, but I think you can tweak the sound if you want to. It has a small digital display which shows the radio station, CD track, time etc etc.
So - just buy it!
Sound quality as for the device of this size is better than good, it is a flat cd/radio after all, not a home cinema or high power hifi system.
It makes the perfect sense for kitchen or bedroom, although as I said before you should not use it for lounge/living room or for parties.
It looks really nice, I don't like the alternative brick-like Sony's design.
Features? CD/USB/Bluetooth playback + DAB radio. Fairly enough for simple tasks.
Regardless of what some people say, it is dead easy to use, Bluetooth pairing is hassle-free and it does NOT drop connection even for couple of hours at a time.
I recommend adjusting the sound to your preference though (treble/bass/surround) as the differences are huge or use one of the presets. Please note it has the Dynamic Bass function and I don't know like for you, but I had to switch it off as it makes the sound a lot worse on most occasions.
Remote is small but functional and you do NOT have to point it directly to the radio to make it work what is great.
I am not an audiophile but I am not careless about the sound quality either and I would definitely buy it again.
The USB works with a stick only., The manual says that an extension cable will not be recognised. If you wanted to connect an external hard drive full of music with a cable, it will not work. Has to be a USB stick. So I suppose I marked it down for that but its not a big issue really.
This thing is so neat and perhaps smaller than I expected. Then I thought it's too small to deliver a good sound. Wrong! The sounds is really good but of course it will turn up but not that loud. I have a small lounge and I turn it half way down and still enjoy a pleasant sound.
Build quality is as expected. Perhaps the CD motorised sliding door could become a problem but I do like it. The rest is solid and not much to break.
The display is small. This scrolls across when listening to DAB. Can be a bit annoying waiting for the song title to scroll across, but I really am nit picking now.
Style and design are good, and Panasonic is a brand name that I trust when it comes to electricals.
Overall, considering your paying more or less £100, I think you get a good device. Would recommend.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 January 2020