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The Sharp XL-DH259N is a micro component system and iPod dock.

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Exceptional, well-balanced sound quality for a shelf system.

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Plays well at maximum volume with no distortion.

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Design is attractive and quite compact.

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Included remote can handle every function on the player--not just basic play/pause.

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Plays music right from a USB flash drive.

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Speaker wires are a little short.

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Could not play burned CDs, could only play commercial CDs.

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EQ adjustment limited to 6 preset modes.

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The Sharp XL-DH259N is a micro component system and iPod dock. This is identical to the Sharp XL-DH259P, but uses a 6-mode pre-programmed EQ to adjust the tone rather than independent bass and treble settings. Output to each of the two speakers is 80 watts, and a subwoofer pre-out terminal is also built in for additional bass support. The iPod dock is on the top and charges the connected iPod or iPhone while music is playing. A front USB input also can be used to access MP3 or WMA files on a connected storage device. These files can also be played on a burned CD. When using these inputs a playlist can be created for the user's preferred playback order. Other external media devices can input audio through the 3.5mm stereo input.

  • Micro Component System
  • Top Mount Docking Slot for iPod
  • Front USB Input
  • AUX 3.5mm stereo input
  • 80 Watt per Channel Amplifier: 160 Total Watts
  • Single Tray CD Player
  • CD-R/RW, MP3 and WMA Playable
  • Automatic Programmable Music Selector 
  • Subwoofer Pre-Out Terminal 
  • 6-Mode Pre-Programmed Electronic Equalizer
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Philip Vuilleumier
09/10/2011 08:32

My remote does not change anything on the front panel screen, or is there a manual way of changing stations? Can I reset the remote?

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