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ECHLIFE Latest Wall-mounted Bluetooth Hi-Fi CD Music Player with Remote Control, SB© USB and TF Card Input, AUX In and Digital Screen Display – Tenth Generation (White) – Cut Rate

ECHLIFE Latest Wall-mounted Bluetooth Hi-Fi CD Music Player with Remote Control, SB© USB and TF Card Input, AUX In and Digital Screen Display - Tenth Generation (White)
This is the tenth generation product which has advanced from the last product and has improved. It is an art work with fine and perfect tone quality, giving you a unique experience.
There are no other switches in CD cover you can watch directly. Pulling the power cable down will turn on the CD. The speakers are built in to the frame and additional controls are up on top.
This square CD player also features an sweet looking surface that displays a backlit LCD screen when turned on and functions as a minimalist decorative wall piece when turned off. It’s simply a functional piece of art.

Features:
• Simple style, unique design, classic appearance, ultrathin and super portable
• Professional-grade sound quality, compact home stereo system.
• Built in Bluetooth, it’s not just a unique CD player but also a hi-fi Bluetooth speaker!
• External hook-up 3.5mm standard audio input/output jack for LINE IN/headphones.
• Equipped with digital display screen, making the frequency range and music playing easily and clearly.
• Built-in FM tuning radio, automatic station scan and manual tuning. The wire antenna can be unreeled as needed.

Product Specs:
Supported Compact Disc: CD/CD-R/CD-RW
Supported File Format: Mp3/Wma
FM Radio Signal Frequency: 87.5MHz-108.0MHz
Speaker Rated Output: 4W*2
Power Adapter: AC110-240V~50/60HZ
Wired Audio Output: 3.5mm standard audio output jack
Product Material: ABS + electronic components
Audio Bitrate: >900KBP

Package Contents:
1 * CD player
1 * Power Adapter
1 * Remote Control
1 * Wall-fixing plate
1 * Desk-top holder set
1 * Test disc
1 * Set of fixings
1 * User Manual

  • Multi-function: remote control, FM tuning radio, time setting, time switch settings, U disk/TF card input, AUX audio input/output, digital songs selection, resume function, repeat function, single cycle, sleep mode, digital display screen and built-in Bluetooth
  • Support CD, CD-R, CD-RW, Mp3 and WMA format audio files from SB© USB flash disk, TF card and bluetooth-enabled devices, and all other audible devices via 3.5mm audio input jack
  • Imported NTC dual speakers from Japan, high fidelity digital hi-fi amplifier output, rich layered sounds: strong bass, sweet tenor, loud treble, just the clear and natural sense of sound quality!
  • Creative pullswitch and wall mounted design: simply pull the white power cable down to power on or power off the machine, compact and stylish; the fact that it’s wall-mountable not only save space but also make it an ornament on wall
  • Perfect choice for gifts, language learning, listening to radio broadcast, prenatal education, music play and home decoration

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3 Responses to ECHLIFE Latest Wall-mounted Bluetooth Hi-Fi CD Music Player with Remote Control, SB© USB and TF Card Input, AUX In and Digital Screen Display – Tenth Generation (White) – Cut Rate

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    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    ECHLIFE Latest Wall-mounted Bluetooth Hi-Fi CD Music Player with Remote Control, USB and TF Card Input, AUX In and Digital Screen Display – Tenth Generation (White) (Electronics)

    This is an excellent small and basic CD player. I don’t use this for music or radio but for audiobook CDs. The one invaluable feature of this unit is the “resume” function, whereby you can turn off the unit half way through a CD, and it will resume where it left off when turned on again at a later time though it is very easy to skip through tracks if necessary. There are no tone controls though the sound quality is very good. The user manual is rudimentary but the unit is very easy to set up. The remote is credit card size and flimsy but is tactile and I use a tactile marker to indicate the top of the remote when in the dark. It is a lot easier to switch the unit on and off using the remote rather than the pull cord, and using the pull cord the unit loses the time settings when switched off. I use the desk top holder rather than the wall fixings (which are supplied). One point to be aware of, I have the CD player next to my radio, and the CD remote affects some of the radio functions. I do not normally have them both on together, but if you do have another unit nearby (TV etc) switched on at the same time, there could be a problem, though the remote is very directional. The CD “workings” (lens etc) are open to the elements when no CD is inserted, so to avoid dust problems I keep an old CD in place when not in use.

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    2 Out of 5 Star Rating

    ECHLIFE Latest Wall-mounted Bluetooth Hi-Fi CD Music Player with Remote Control, USB and TF Card Input, AUX In and Digital Screen Display – Tenth Generation (White) (Electronics)

    Was great, good quality, loads of features plus remote… FOR THE 2 HOURS I was able to use it! Then it just went dead, and that was it. Pity.
    Was perfect for my son’s bedroom although would have preferred it to be more portable with a protective cover for the cd. You’re supposed to be able to plug it in to a power bank via the Usb as well, for car journeys, camping etc.
    They refunded me and did not bother to collect it, so I still have the dead thing, and not sure what to do with it.

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    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    ECHLIFE Latest Wall-mounted Bluetooth Hi-Fi CD Music Player with Remote Control, USB and TF Card Input, AUX In and Digital Screen Display – Tenth Generation (White) (Electronics)

    Excellent product. The sound is really very good for it’s size (both quality and volume wise). Certainly very pleasing to look at from an aesthetic point of view. The bluetooth mode has proved very useful, and most satisfactory. I listen to a lot of online radio stations so now have a much better speaker than my laptop! The basic functions are easy to use and work out intuitively, but the information that comes with the product is very basic so more complex functions are bit more difficult to master (a lot of trial and error, and still not yet worked out how to make it play all the track just once not in a continuous loop).

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