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    1. Aiwa XR-X7 Digital Audio CD Executive
    2. Aiwa XR-DV700 DVD Home Theater
    3. AIWANSX-D20 STEREO AUDIO MINI
    4. Aiwa LCX-151 Compact Stereo System
    5. Aiwa 3-CD Shelf System (NSX-D70)
    $179.00 list($579.00)
    6. Aiwa HT-DV90 DVD Home Theater
    7. Aiwa 3-CD Shelf System (NSX-D30)
    list($470.00)
    8. Aiwa HT-D780 550W Home Theater
    list($200.00)
    9. Aiwa NSX-A115 Compact Stereo System
    list($180.00)
    10. Aiwa XR-M191 Executive Microsystem
    $95.00 list($149.99)
    11. Aiwa TSWM6 6" Powered Subwoofer
    list($59.99)
    12. Aiwa CSD-EX120 CD Stereo Receiver
    list($169.99)
    13. Aiwa XR-M313 Executive Microsystem
    list($400.00)
    14. Aiwa AV-D98 Audio/Video Receiver
    list($299.95)
    15. Aiwa XR-MG9 Executive Microsystem
    list($99.99)
    16. Aiwa PIECEExecutive Microsystem
    17. Aiwa NSX-A888 Compact Stereo System
    18. Aiwa 150-Watt, 10" Subwoofer (TS-W150)
    19. Aiwa XR-H66MD Compact Stereo System
    20. Aiwa NSX-MT920 Home Theater Compact

    1. Aiwa XR-X7 Digital Audio CD Executive Microsystem
    list price: $249.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005MAFU
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 30004
    Average Customer Review: 3.62 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    With 16 watts per channel and a no-nonsense, high-tech design, this CD-based executive microsystem is ready to rock any room it graces. Ported, two-way speakers offer impressive heft for their size (augmented by Aiwa's Super T-Bass effect), and you can tailor the sound to your preference with the system's electronic graphic equalizer and BBE mode (which clarifies high frequencies and enhances vocals and solo instruments). The AM/FM tuner offers 32 station presets. ... Read more

    Reviews (8)

    1-0 out of 5 stars aiwa sells crap
    I bought two aiwa boomboxes last year. They both died within the year. This company sells crap and they don't care. Buy any other brand!!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great "bang-for-the-buck" for an executive micro system
    I am very impressed with the sound of the XR-X7. This unit offers contemporary styling, several features and crystal clear sound usually found on much more expensive systems. I would say if you are looking for a "kathump-kathump" sound then the XR-X7 is probably not for you. (There is a sub-woofer jack in the back of the unit if more bass is desired, I do not use it.) If you like clarity in your music with accurate bass, then you will love this unit. The unit sounds excellent with CD's but is most impressive with satellite radio. Corner placement really brings the subtleties and definition of the sound alive. I would have given the unit 5 stars except for one feature I felt was frivolous. I feel the screen color adjustment (12 of them) should be traded for a balance control.

    3-0 out of 5 stars It would have been higher, but the remote [is bad]
    My JVC finally [quit] on me and I thought I would try a new flavor. The Aiwa is pretty sharp looking, has lots of features and sounds excellent. I use it in my bedroom, and the sound more than fills the room. However, it comes with possibly the worst remote control in the world! It's about as big as a credit card (and about as thick). To get some of the functions to work, you have to press and hold down a shift button while picking the option (repeat, shuffle, sleep etc...). Pretty much impossible to do with one hand (unless you have six fingers). Because of the remotes rather diminutive size, there is a fear that it would break easily.
    My only other gripe is that there isn't a dimmer on the display. You can change the colors, but you can't actually dim them. It may sound silly, but if you are using it in a bed room, the display can actually be pretty bright and somewhat of a pain in the [behind] when trying to sleep.
    In summary. Excellent machine. [Terrible] remote control. If the remote were more thought out, I would have given the XR-X7 a 5 out of 5...

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good looks and great sound...
    I found this little Aiwa Xr-X7 and figured it would be great. It has a crisp, clear sound and is great for a small room. I definitely recommend it to others. The surround sound is great because it brings out alot of unheard qualities in cd's.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great looks, good sound
    I recently bought an AIWA XR-7. The saleman tried to talk me into buying the AIWA 60 watt powered subwoofer, but I thought he was just trying to sell me something. I should have listened a little closer to what he was saying.

    The XR-7 (without the subwoofer) is perfect for a small room, an office or a dorm room. It's sound is crisp and clear. I love the surround sound feature and the T-Bass modes. However to really fill out the sound you need the subwoofer. If you play your music soft and low, you don't need the subwoofer.

    Would I recommend the XR-7? You bet!

    Did I mention it looks great. ... Read more


    2. Aiwa XR-DV700 DVD Home Theater Mini System

    Asin: B00005NCIJ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 39583
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    3. AIWANSX-D20 STEREO AUDIO MINI SYSTEM

    Asin: B0000655XZ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 38464
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 40 Watts per channel stereo (80 Watts total)
    • Two 3-Way bass-reflex speakers with a woofer and dual tweeter array for crisp high frequency
    • Aiwa selectable T-Bass for reproducing rich, deep, bass frequencies
    • Conveniently placed CD Changer stores and plays up to 3 CDs
    • Digitally-tuned AM/FM radio lets you pre-select up to 32 stations for easy access

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Some kick-a$$ sound from this one!!!
    This stereo packs a punch - it may not be big but it can sure make a BIG sound! The bass and sound options are great - create your own effects according to style and customize to your desires. The remote is handy and easy to use. Radio gets great reception. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting a great stereo at a decent price - go ahead and rock the house!!! ... Read more


    4. Aiwa LCX-151 Compact Stereo System

    Asin: B00000K18F
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 52352
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    Features

    • Electronic graphic equalizer
    • AM-FM digital synthesizer tuner
    • 32-station memory
    • Top-loading CD player
    • Includes remote control

    5. Aiwa 3-CD Shelf System (NSX-D70)

    Asin: B0000655Y0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 44610
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Me again....... and the NSX-D70 is still great.
    I am returning to express how pleased I still am with this stereo. It has great sound that comes from 4 different speakers on each speaker box. The jog dial is a great that lets you turn a dial to select different things when using different features. The remote has the capability to control every single feature that the stereo has. D70 puts out great sound when you connect it to a tv/dvd/vcr.......but especially a dvd through the aux inputs. The display is pretty cool, but I don't really need it so there is a feature that I use to just turn off the graphic sound level display. I have not had one problem with this system yet and probably won't. The cassette door is also a pretty cool thing. It is one large opening door but you push with one finger on the left or right side to engane the thing holding the tape so you can take one in while another is playing or open both at the same time. The looks/style/appearance of the Aiwa NSX-D70 is simply great and does not look old fashioned or too over the top.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent sound quality
    I spent a couple of weeks looking for a stereo that allowed me to change the bass and treble to what i liked and to have a great sound that didn't crack or squeek. I spent probably 5 hours online looking through reviews and prices. I finally go fed up and went to circuit city with a personal cd with what i thought had really deep base and high trebles. I looked at everything from executive systems to theater systems and just for fun the Bose and other systems that cost thousands. This machine sounded absolutly awesome. The sound was un matchable only to the high priced systems ... It only cost [a small amount]with the two year extended warranty. It is an excellent system. my only gripe is that you cant change cds while litening to another one. It was a nice feature that i found on some of the executive systems which cost about the same but don't produce the same amount of volume. It'sa an excellent system.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Extraordinary Sound--Sam B. 16 y.o.
    This stereo is amazing. The sound is just great. Deep bass and high .... high's that dont distort at high volumes. I have this hooked up to my dvd player through the aux input and it is simply awesome watching the Matrix or any other dvd. This stereo. The 280 watts of total power never sounds fuzzy or crackles at high or low sound points as my old 3 piece 7 watt per speaker did. NSX-D70 comes w/ a nice remote capable of every possible task. This system also looks great. It exceeds my expectations by at least 20 times and I had great expectations to begin with. Time to go listen to What is Love by Haddaway the way it is suppossed to sound! ... Read more


    6. Aiwa HT-DV90 DVD Home Theater System
    list price: $579.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005TN7L
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 55324
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    7. Aiwa 3-CD Shelf System (NSX-D30)

    Asin: B000063NPT
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 38824
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (2)

    3-0 out of 5 stars OK sound but CDs freeze
    I was perfectly happy with this mini system until about three months after I purchased it. Suddenly all of my CDs began to stop dead in the middle of a song. We're talking brand new CDs here. It doesn't happen at any specific point in a given CD, just randomly. Other times it stops momentarily and then continues. When I try to eject the frozen CD it won't even open unless I bang hard on the unit, which I'm sure doesn't help the problem! I tried various laser lens cleaners and it still happened. I contacted Aiwa and they told me I had to SEND the unit to a place in upstate New York and wait an indefinite period for them to repair it. I don't expect much for $... but I do expect more than 3 months use out of a system.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Sound for the Price
    The Aiwa NSX-D30 is a good system for the price. I would have liked a beefier bass (there are three pre-settings for treble and bass) but over-all the 'control panel' is intuitive and easy to use. I especially like the volume control--a dial that turns up and down (sometimes old-fashioned & simple is best)! The double cassette decks, which open at a subtle touch to the corner, means one can record from one tape to another or from one of 3-CD R/RW and AM/FM radio. A snap to set-up. The design leaves much to be desired--a robotic,metallic on-steroids look--but as a package, great sound for a reasonabl price. ... Read more


    8. Aiwa HT-D780 550W Home Theater System
    list price: $470.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005MAG3
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 30620
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The HT-D780 home-theater-in-a-box system comes with the AV-D78 Dolby Digital- and DTS-decoding surround receiver (100 watts per channel x 5) and an impressive three digital-audio inputs, as well as one set of 5.1-channel analog inputs (perfect for accommodating DVD-Audio or multichannel SACD players).

    The system includes five satellite speakers (left, center, right, and left and right surround) and an 8-inch, 50-watt-powered subwoofer to drive home musical bass frequencies and high-impact movie sound effects. ... Read more

    Features

    • 100 watt per channel receiver
    • Includes 5-piece speaker system
    • 50-watt powered subwoofer
    • 3 digital-audio inputs and 1 set of 5.1-channel analog inputs
    • Full-function remote

    9. Aiwa NSX-A115 Compact Stereo System
    list price: $200.00
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    Asin: B00000JHOT
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 48360
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    This affordable mini stereo system includes super T-Bass, optical digital output, 32 AM/FM presets, and three presets for equalization. ... Read more

    Features

    • 50 watts total output power
    • Electronic graphic equalizer
    • 3-disc auto changer
    • Dual cassette deck
    • 2-way bass reflex speaker system

    10. Aiwa XR-M191 Executive Microsystem
    list price: $180.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005JHDS
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 20934
    Average Customer Review: 3.56 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Front-loading CD player, auto-reverse cassette deck, AM/FM tuner, electronic graphic equalizer
    • 12 watts per channel
    • Stylish, woodgrain speaker cabinets
    • CD-R/RW compatible
    • Includes remote control

    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good looking unit, good sound
    Nice system for the price. Easy to set up and use. Sounds very good in the basement.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Great looking but unreliable
    I have had thi sunit for 3 months and have used it lightly. Now the CD player is hissing and skipping unexplainably.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good but lousy radio reception
    This little system has great sound but the FM reception is lousy. I work in NYC and work in Howard Stern's building. However, the reception of the radio station that he transmits on (92.3) is intermittent. My little ...radio picked it up no problem.

    CD sounds good though and the system looks very smart sitting on my desk......

    Had it for over a month now and the QSound signal processing (some type of phase shift) works fine for some songs but tends to accentuate certain instruments. For example, the lead guitar thats set to image from both speakers is drowned out by the keyboard that is favoring the right speaker. In some cases, the vocals get drowned out. Also the volume control is kinda fiddly. ...

    4-0 out of 5 stars Approperate MicroSystem
    There are several advantages to this system over it's competitors, making it a really good small shelf system for a home.

    1. It has 30W output - which means it can achieve good high volume.
    2. It has an RCA jack on the back, so I can plug in my MP3 player.
    3. It's simple. Tape deck, CD player, and sterio.

    Is it great? No, the navigation is a little kitchey and the cd tray is a little slow (they should have done slot-loading technology). But it's REALLY good, no where near as bad as the other reviews make it out to be...

    2-0 out of 5 stars nice sound, but loud CD hiss
    The system has very nice sound, but the CD makes an unusually loud hiss, which is especially evident at low volume levels. I'm debating whether to return it.

    The FM reception is also very poor -- it only gets a handful of stations with any clarity. My 5-year old boom box does much better. ... Read more


    11. Aiwa TSWM6 6" Powered Subwoofer
    list price: $149.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005R5SL
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 34661
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Any advice
    Want to buy a low-end subwoofer. Haven't decided between the KLH BB 50w subwoofer and Aiwa TSWM6. Could anyone tell me which is a better product? Any advice is appreciated you.

    5-0 out of 5 stars great sub
    i got this not to long ago and this is a very good product and worth the price ... Read more


    12. Aiwa CSD-EX120 CD Stereo Receiver
    list price: $59.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00000J4GL
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
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    13. Aiwa XR-M313 Executive Microsystem
    list price: $169.99
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    Asin: B00005MAFT
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 25038
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Optimized for places where space is tight and quality counts, this compact CD/radio fits comfortably on a desktop or countertop. Just make sure you keep it in view--its futuristic appearance and snazzy blue-lighted speakers demand visual appreciation.

    The XR-M313 comes with a 5.5-watts-per-channel amplifier, top-loading CD player, an AM/FM tuner with 32 presets, a 30-track programmable CD player, bass-reflex speakers, and full-function remote control.

    An electronic graphic equalizer lets you tailor sound to your taste and environment. If you're into bass, a T-Bass control boosts the low frequencies, and the unit supplies a dedicated subwoofer output for hookup to a powered speaker for serious slam. Stereo analog RCA inputs let you hook up a tape deck or other audio component.

    The XR-M313 includes FM and MW/LW antennas. ... Read more

    Features

    • Top-loading CD player, lighted speakers (lights can be turned on or off)
    • Electronic graphic equalizer, T-Bass bass boost
    • Q Surround simulated surround sound through 2 speakers
    • Includes full-function remote control
    • Auxiliary stereo analog input accommodates external device, monaural subwoofer output for use with powered subwoofer to heighten bass slam

    14. Aiwa AV-D98 Audio/Video Receiver
    list price: $400.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005MAFY
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 29730
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    AIWA's flagship AV-D98 surround receiver offers 120 watts across five channels, dynamic 5.1-channel digital surround processing, and Aiwa's Dynamic Integrated Neo Amplifier technology (DINA). Using DINA, the AV-D98 delivers higher dynamic range, increased headroom, lower distortion, and a wider audio soundstage than did previous Aiwa receivers.

    Surround Processing
    The AV-D98 is fixed to support Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic, and DTS multichannel decoding from digital-audio bit streams supplied by your DVD player, DSS receiver, game console, or high-definition set-top box. Thirty preset DSP algorithms give you a choice of other ambient settings for your music, movies, or TV.

    Connections
    The receiver offers a full complement of inputs and outputs, including three digital-audio inputs (two optical, one coaxial), an optical digital-audio output (for a CD or minidisc recorder), and even 5.1-channel analog inputs to support DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD (SACD) players, which output multichannel high-resolution analog rather than digital audio.

    Other connections include a phono input for your turntable, a dedicated subwoofer output, two S-video inputs and three S-video outputs, three A/V inputs, four A/V outputs, and one set of front A/V inputs.

    Other Features
    You'll also get an AM/FM digital-synthesized tuner, a multibrand remote control, a graphic equalizer with five factory presets and the option to save five more,BBE sound enhancement, Super T-Bass, banana-plug-ready binding-post speaker terminals, and two AC outlets (switched, unswitched). ... Read more

    Features

    • 120 watts per channel x 5 for high power audio output; DTS/Dolby Digital 5.1-channel decoding accommodates AV receivers with 5.1-channel analog inputs
    • 3 digital-audio inputs (2 optical, 1 coaxial), 1 optical digital-audio output for flexibility with hooking up CD players and recorders, minidisc recorders, etc.
    • Front-panel AV input facilitates camcorder or game consoles
    • S-video switching routes multiple S-video devices through a central S-video connection with a compatible television
    • D.I.N.A. (Dynamic Integrated Neo Amplifier) technology heightens dynamic range, lowers distortion, and widens perceived soundstage

    Reviews (2)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Nice! Until it breaks
    I bought this receiver last March and was very pleased with it until it just quit working. I thought...no problem, it's still under warranty, so I'll just get it fixed. That's when the real problems began. I happen to live in Anchorage, AK. and there is no authorized service center for Aiwa in Anchorage. I have been unable to access their Web sight for the nearest service center and their automated phone system continually disconnects. This has been going on for weeks! The reciever WAS great, but Aiwa USA needs to get their act together. I should have been suspect of buying another Aiwa product because I had a similar experience with Aiwa when I lived in San Diego, CA. I think I have definitely learned my lesson this time. NO MORE AIWA PRODUCTS FOR ME!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars this is a great piece of equipment for anyone!!!
    i just recently purchased this item and i could not be more happy with it! the instructions are clear and comprehensive and it is very easy to use. this reciever delivers incredible levels of volume and great sound quality. the only slight problem with it is that the remote didnt come with batteries and aiwa should have supplied it with more cables, otherwise, this is the ultimate reciever as far as the price/performance ratio is concerned. ... Read more


    15. Aiwa XR-MG9 Executive Microsystem
    list price: $299.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005TN7M
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 39736
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    16. Aiwa PIECEExecutive Microsystem
    list price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00000JFEL
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
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    17. Aiwa NSX-A888 Compact Stereo System

    Asin: B00000JYJT
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 37639
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    Features

    • 200 watts total output power
    • Built-in powered subwoofers with 80 watts per channel
    • Electronic graphic equalizer with 5 preset and 5 custom settings
    • 3-Disc auto changer
    • Dual auto-reverse cassette deck

    18. Aiwa 150-Watt, 10" Subwoofer (TS-W150)

    Asin: B00005UKAH
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 24445
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    19. Aiwa XR-H66MD Compact Stereo System

    Asin: B00001P4PR
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 37429
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars XR-H66MD
    This is a great stereo system, I highly recommend it to anyone with a portable MD player who is a fan of great quality music. If you dont use MD's, this isnt for you, get something cheeper. Aiwa is the best, Amazon is the cheapest!

    5-0 out of 5 stars I Think Theres Something Wrong With The Price
    Are you kidding me? This price is unbelievable! Just a 3CD changer MiniSystem with this sound qualtiy should be around 300-350 but then it has a mini disc player and recorder which should be another 100-150. Everything is so easy on this product even recording CD to MD or Radio to MD. I thought dubbing on to MDs might be complicated but its as easy as pressing a button because it is just pressing a button. Seriously, if you have $200 buy this right now. The sound quality is incredible the MiniDisc capabilities are outstanding and the price is outrageous. The price is so good that I saw this product about 6 months ago in the stores at around 450, and if I had 450 then I would've bought it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Buy it while you can
    I did a lot of looking for any unit that was an md system, and everything was $300 or more and they were very tiny with pitiful speakers. And this $200 price is only at amazon i checked at another online electronics place they have it for $300, and the list price is closer to $450. This item is no longer being made so you won't find in any retail place other than these massive online stores. This is an absolutely incredible unit, a 5 MD changer and 3 CD, with an array of recording features and options. If you want to get started in Minidiscs this is the way to go, since you don't have to have any other components or attachments to record, like the $30 digital cable for a portable to record. I'm very glad i found this system. With it's 60watt speakers it provides incredible sound, and has several sound enhancing features. Bass boost, BBE(enhances high frequency sound), surround sound features, and an equalizer with four settings. The only downside is the lack of a cassete player, but if you move to MDs you'll find yourself rarely using tapes again. So again my advice is to buy this unit before it runs out for good.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Total satisfaction
    I bought this unit and a Sony car MD changer to get away from cassettes. The absence of cassette slots allows a more compact unit, and I just hook up an external deck to record a tape for a friend. Copying one or three of your CD's is one-button simple. Five MD's can be loaded for recording or listening. The manual is comprehensive and clear. I've used the unit in its sleep and wake-up modes as well as making timer recordings of my favorite public radio programs. Can't beat the price. I recommend it highly.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This a great system
    this is probobly the cheapest price for the merchandise your gettin and i always rely on amazon. you could not get this system any where else for this price and the last price i saw it was for much higher. you get mindisc recorder and cd player which for just one of each would cost around $400 in most stores. this is a great product if you have the cash you should by it. ... Read more


    20. Aiwa NSX-MT920 Home Theater Compact Stereo System

    Asin: B00000JYJ0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 27384
    Average Customer Review: 3.19 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Packing five speakers and a total of 299 watts, the Aiwa NSX-MT920 has about the most power and flexibility of any compact shelf system, making it a superb addition to any small or midsized living space. This Dolby Pro Logic-decoding surround system is ideal for start-up home-theater systems, letting you enjoy four-channel Dolby Surround (left, center, right, and rear) from VHS tapes, DVD, and television broadcasts. The system also accepts decoded 5.1-channel analog signals from multichannel formats such as Dolby Digital and DTS, though you must use a surround-decoding DVD player (or other external decoder) to appreciate this. A dedicated subwoofer output completes the picture, letting you integrate a powered, bass-chuffing speaker of your choice for even greater impact from action movies and multichannel music mixes.

    In the home stereo department, the NSX-MT920 features a three-CD changer, a dual auto-reverse cassette deck, an AM/FM tuner, a coaxial digital input and output, and a cool karaoke function that will make you the life of any party.

    Setup is quite simple, with clear instructions; we were up and running in about 10 minutes. Though somewhat bulkier than most compact systems, the NSX-MT920 uses that mass to its benefit--the sound is nothing short of impressive.

    The system delivers a whopping 100 watts to each of the front left and right speakers, making for more power than you might ever need (depending on your space). The bass is deep and satisfying. The equalizer comes with five preconfigured settings, and you can also create and save up to four customized settings of your preference. Then there's always that subwoofer output, should the system's own Super T-Bass circuit not rock the house to your liking.

    The system not only booms, but looks great, too--the silver and black styling meshes nicely with most decors. In standard sleep mode, we found the multicolor display somewhat gaudy--and it might keep you awake if it's visible from your bed. Thankfully, you can turn the display off to show only the time. In addition, the system includes a slot-machine-like game that you can play at any time, whether the system is on or off (but we think it's fixed, as we never managed to win).

    The karaoke feature, while probably a draw for only select users, is pretty cool. It almost eliminates the vocal portions of any song so you can play the star using either of the two microphone inputs on the system's front panel. You can also mix in your own basic beats and croon to those, too--the system supplies a variety of percussion-driven rhythms.

    Our only gripe is the very limited warranty (90 days for parts and labor), though Aiwa will supply new or rebuilt parts up to one year from the purchase date. But if you're in the market for an inexpensive yet powerful compact system with surround-sound capabilities, the Aiwa NSX-MT920 certainly delivers the most bang for your buck.

    Pros:

    • Terrific, powerful sound for a small system
    • Easy to set up
    • Fun karaoke features

    Cons:

    • Somewhat weak rear speakers
    • Limited warranty
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    Features

    • 100 watts per channel (wpc) x 2 (left/right front), 33 wpc x 3 (center, left/right surround)
    • Dolby Pro Logic surround decoding, 5.1-channel analog inputs
    • 3-CD changer
    • Dual auto-reverse cassette deck
    • Karaoke functionality

    Reviews (26)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great system! But there are other options...
    Prior to purchasing this system, I also demo'ed its sister lower-endsystem (NSX-MT720) and two other systems I wasinterested in: the Panasonic SC-AK57 and Sony MHC-RXD7AV in retail stores. I listened to Miles Davis and other jazz CD's on the Aiwa, Sony, and Panasonic in stores before buying, and was duly impressed with the sound I got from all three. At the time, however, I was most impressed by the sound I would get from the Aiwa for less $$$, and so far I have not been disappointed with the bang-for-the-buck that the NSX-MT920 has delivered. I have not had any problems with "muffled" sound that I've seen in other reviews, although the system, if anything, could be too powerful for the one-bedroom apartment I live in. The Dolby Pro Logic system delivers excellent sound with Dolby Surround-encoded VHS tapes and gives me more incentive to go to Blockbuster video and actually rent something.

    If you want to listen to rap music and boom your stereo all day, the Aiwa system is certainly for you. However, if you are more concerned with clarity (i.e. if you are listening to classical, jazz, and the like), either the Panasonic SCAK57 or Sony MHC-RXD7AV I think will serve you better for the same price... I still believe the NSX-MT920 is a good value for its current price. Additionally, I believe the NSX-MT720 is also more than enough for the casual listener's home theater needs.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good things come in this small package.
    What a nice surprise, a product that delivers what it promises and a whole lot more. This is a powerful little package with enough punch to knock your socks off. The karaoke feature is fun and easy enough for the entire family. You can bet we'll be singing Christmas Carols with the help of the Aiwa NSX-MT920 299 Watt Home Theater Mini System. This is a must have if you love music and the price, lets just say I really shopped around and this price was almost ½ of the next lowest price I found. Hurry and snatch this up before they realize how under priced they are.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Better than BOSE
    Wow, how do I explain the quality of the sound of this complete system? I have a Bose sound system and this is just as great, if not better. I added a subwoofer to my system to give it an even more bass boost. If you have a DVD player, you're in for something great. It is BETTER THAN THE MOVIES! Wait untill you hear the center speaker. It has great features like karaoke, dolby pro logic, and DSP surround sound. This is THE BEST!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Beats a boombox, maybe
    To be honest, I've had better sound from two tin cups on strings. But everything arrives in one box and Amazon will ship it right to your door - and for a 5 channel surround system, the price is right. There are all kinds of DSP (digital signal processing) options you can use to tweak the sound if you're not using a 5-channel input (high end VCR's and DVD players provide this for movie watching); but these options have the habit of cancelling themselves at the drop of a hat. Luckily resetting them is easy.

    There are all the bells, whistles, karaoke, equalizer, bass booster, dynamic range/compression utilities you could ask for; there's even a drum machine to add rhythm and a slot-machine like irritating game which is, most unfortunately, the machine's default setting. (You can make it show the clock by pressing 'clock' each time you power off.)

    For the price, you get loud, low-end sound, a 3-CD changer, and decent 2-tape and tuner capability. I run my computer sound out through it too, in the mini-disc port, with no problem. I'd buy it again, with no illusions about audiophile-quality sound, just because it annoys my neighbors.

    5-0 out of 5 stars BE FAIR... Aiwa is just as good, if not better...
    Aiwa systems are definately one of the best value for money stereo's you can buy. Despite all the complaints I tend to see, most relate to exceptionally old units - and most relate to those people who never got their Butt into Gear to get it fixed under warranty. That's what a warranty is for! I have owned several AIWA's and have never experienced anything but the best customer service and swiftness of reply in any kind of problem or query. I would recommend AIWA to my closest friends due to the amount of confidence I have in their products - especially the models relesed in the last two ranges. How about a true fair go... if you buy a unit for under $1,000, you can't expect it to perform and last as long as a seperate component $3,000 plus unit! (I bet you wouldn't treat it as well either) Be fair... ... Read more


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