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A guide to buying micro hi-fi systems

Hi-fi micro music systems are very sleek and compact audio systems with superior sound quality. They pack almost all the advantages of full-size home systems in a smaller package. Micro sound systems are space savers, which are ideally suited for smaller rooms, kitchens and other places where space is limited. They add to the aesthetics of a room along with delivering great music quality. Read this article which guides you to buying micro hi-fi systems.

Choosing the right system

Contemporary micros systems Contemporary micros systems come with detached speakers that offer multi room connectivity. They include all the basic functions of a large system such as radio tuner, CD player, tape decks and MP3 player. The first thing to evaluate while choosing micro audio systems is power output of the system speakers. Quality Higher power output usually indicates a better quality of sound. Most micro shelf systems can play CDs, but you should look for a system that offers MP3 capability as well. Some systems also offer CD-R, which allows you to make your own CD recordings. Features Hi-fi micro sound systems normally include a radio tuner that can pick up AM and FM signals. If you are looking for the latest features, you may choose a system that also receives digital radio for an enhanced sound clarity and many new digital channels. The ideal micro system will be a combination of the traditional features along with some of the latest features. If you are interested in the latest devices to be used with your system, you may choose one that includes in-built HD drives, iPod dock and USB support.

Multiple media formats for audio

Micro hi-fi home systems usually support various media formats to enable audio play. Before you purchase the system, you should check whether it supports CD-RW and CD-R playback, in addition to the usual CD playback. Most of the latest models support MP3 and iPod playback. You can simply plug your iPod directly into the system and manage the device through the system itself. USB Audio systems with USB will connect any USB compatible MP3 players. Some systems will include a 3.5mm jack input, which offers an alternative way to connect the MP3 player with the system. Feature-packed micro music systems also include DVD players, which allow you to play DVD audio or use the system as your home DVD player.

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