Onkyo’s new CS-545 mini Hi-Fi System with iPhone/iPod dock

Onkyo has announced an elegant all-in-one micro system -the CS-545, which includes CD player, AM/FM tuner, USB connection and built-in iPhone/iPod dock


Onkyo CS-545’s digital amplifier offers 2 x 50w of power output into its compact case, a 40-preset AM/FM tuner (UK: DAB/FM tuner), a multi-mode timer/clock, which can wake you up with your favourite radio music, a front-panel USB interface, allowing you to play music stored on devices such as flash drives or portable audio players. The build -in CD player can handle MP3-encoded CDs as well as CD-Rs and CD-RWs, with four MP3 playback modes – Normal/Random, Memory/Folder. The Digital Direct Dock  is capable automatically to recharges your Apple device and other features include a sleep/play/record timer, bass/treble controls, subwoofer pre-out, video output (for iPhone/iPod), battery-free memory back-up system (to keep your stored channels if there’s a power cut) plus banana plug-compatible loudspeaker sockets.

Onkyo CS-545


The CS-545 is available also with or without Onkyo D-045, 2-way, bass-reflex loudspeakers with 2.5cm soft dome tweeter plus a 12cm OMF (Onkyo Micro Fibre) mid/bass drive unit made from a pure cotton weave and aramid fibre.  The system will be available in black and silver from August for 350 euro.

Features:

  • Sources – CD, iPhone/iPod, Tuner, USB, Aux
  • Integral iPhone/iPod Digital Direct Dock
  • AM/FM tuner with RDS (UK version: DAB/FM tuner)
  • Alarm clock functionality
  • 2 x 50w power
  • 1 x Audio input, 1 x Video output (for iPhone/iPod)
  • 1 x USB port, 1 x Headphone jack, 1 x Subwoofer pre-out

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