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Written on: 25/11/2007 by Thomas Lockey (1 review written)
A review of the Panasonic SC-PM27 - Very Good sound with nice EQ settings. Fills the room with sound and is amazing for such a small unit. Annoy the neighbours entirely when the SUPERSOUND button is pressed, never fails to surprise the guests. Awesome machine all in all well recomended!!!!!!!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/07/2007 by spiralgoddess13 (3 reviews written)
Overall, I have owned this Panasonic for about 4 years and had no problems at all (touch wood)… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/04/2003 by Dan Leigh. (1 review written)
I listened to a dozen or more systems before getting the Panasonic SC-PM 27, which I chose for the unusual speaker design, after NOT being able to find anything I liked.
It was bought to replace a two-year-old, un-repairable Sony that cost twice as much. It's for a workroom, and the two sat side-by-side for a week or so. It took a few days to realize that the Panasonic sounded better than the Sony.
The speaker specs are 55 to 25K Hz, which explains it. That is really good for such small… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/01/2003 by Lori Macka. (1 review written)
Very nice looking unit. The sound is lovely but the volume indicator is irritating. It is in decibels but reversed. So when the volume is turned right down it reads 76Db and when you crank up the unit full bore it reads 0Db. What the? Unfortunately I've had alot of trouble with mine. See bad points, so I returned it for a refund… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/01/2003 by Mike Crane. (1 review written)
Bought a Panasonic SC-PM27 in December 2002 from Panther UK, Wembley. The unit is rubbish. After 5 weeks the CD interchanger has packed up so the unit cannot be played. The dB indicator works in reverse and the unit cannot be switched off without setting the clock. Firm recommendation is to leave this unit alone. Service from both Panasonic and the retailer, Panther has been awful to date but I am working on it… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2002 by PJ2002. (1 review written)
Purchased Panasonic SC-PM 27 Micro system for £173 online and its proved to be worth every penny. The unit looks very stylish with its mirrored front and angled speakers, its also very compact.
The sound from this unit is very crisp and well ballanced with some preset sound available as well as "supersound" which really kicks in the sideways facing woofers.
Along with a 5 CD programable autochanger, 2 band RDS tuner, auto reverse cassette deck and of course remote control what more could you… Read Full Review
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