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The JVC MX-KC50 is a 3-CD compact system designed to look expensive but come at a reasonable cost.

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Pros

FM radio tuner makes the most of faint signals and makes them sound clear

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capable of very loud audio output, great for a party in an apartment

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mids are very clear and rich, can hear all the details

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plenty of bass support, great for music with a beat

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Cons

can hear a background hum when no music is playing

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speakers are detachable but the cables are very short, limit the amount you can move them around

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buttons on the front panel don't seem to follow an intuitive logic, hard to find what you're looking for

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doesn't have an equalizer, need to work with a set of EQ presets

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 The JVC MX-KC50 is a 3-CD compact system designed to look expensive but come at a reasonable cost.  It has a power output of 400W total and 200W per channel, along with 3-way bass-reflex speakers, and a sound turbo option.  For those consumers who might have a collection of cassettes lying around, the JVC MX-KC50 can play them as well as offering a front AUX input for more modern devices.  The asthetics of the box involve a standard black color, with speakers that have an artsy design - looking almost like little snowmen with three stacked circles.

Features
  • Total power: 400W
  • Per channel: 200W
  • 3-CD changer
  • Play and Exchange CD system - change non playing disks while another is playing
  • Cassette deck
  • Sund Turbo
  • Eco Mode
  • Program 32 tracks
  • Rock, Pop, and Classic sound modes
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