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Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by gunner84, Oct 2, 2005.

  1. gunner84

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    hi

    im looking for a micro system in the price range of £200 - £400

    i would like it to be loud but also have good sound quality . i was thinking about a panasonic or a make such as teac.

    has anyone any recomendations

    cheers
     
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    does anyone know if the panasonic scp-m41 is any good


    cheers
     
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    Go for the Denon ones, they are superb, my sister has a panasonic and to be honest i dont think too high of the build or sound quality
     
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    cheers

    do you mean denons like the m31 m35
     
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    I ended up with a Yamaha E400 Pianocraft when looking a few years back.
    Cant grumble at the sound quality even with the matching speakers.

    It's been replaced by the E600 now http://www.hifistore.co.uk/product.php?qsProd=RDXE600

    There is also the E300 which seems good value too.

    The only thing I miss is no DAB.

    Might be worth a look.
     
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    the M31 exactly, is a brilliant machine, i recommeded one for a freind and we were both impressed with how solid and clear it sounds for an all in one, if you really want the best all in one go for a second hand LINN classik - simply amazing , you should be bale to get oen second hand for about £400-£500, and it really is amazing.
     
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    thanks for the replys

    is the denon m31 capable of high volumes.

    as i want a system that can be fairly loud

    cheers
     
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    it can go pretty high, but really really loud, rememeber you only get bookshelf speakers so it does limite how loud it goes, by all means more than capable for a bedroom or small lounge, again if you go for a second hand LINN you can always add a power amp at later stages so you have more flexibility. but the Denon are supplied with speakers from Misssion, so the speakers are fairly good. but rememeber the size of the speakers and power output will limit how loud it can go, but for a small system within your bduget i persoanlly dont think you can get better than Denon.
     

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