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Written on: 15/04/2011
the only thing with this is the noise coming from the cooling fan when the volume is turned down… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/06/2008 by Ricko19887 (1 review written)
I use the Panasonic SC-PM28 with my computer to listen to music. Very Good! After 1 year, began bound the CD, & the remote control buttons also go smash soon.
Only 15 program place on the tuner.
In MP3 not be reel… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/07/2007 by bradgirl (13 reviews written)
The SC-PM28 is a great little audio unit, perfect for small areas. Looks very expensive and if it didn't have the Panasonic name on, then it could be seen as a more expensive unit. Excellent sound quality. One annoying thing, if you unplug it and then plug it in again, the screen flashes with all the features until you change the screen display on the remote… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2004 by Vancouverite (1 review written)
I love this machine. The Panasonic SC-PM28 has got everything I ask for including great sound, mp3, 5 CDs and stylish look. The only problem I have with this system is whenever the machine is on (even on standby) there is this hissing or humming sound coming inside the machine which I find to be quite annoying if I minimize the volume… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/02/2004 by raperrott (1 review written)
The Panasonic SC-PM28 micro system is a great piece of kit but with some basic flaws. It boasts low standby power but I think most people would prefer the clock to stay on rather than save a penny on electricity. I also expected the last used cd tray to stay in place ready for use but the mechanism moves each time you power on and off causing uneccesary wear and tear. Also it does not remember which display was last chosen when playing mp3 cd. You would also think that if it can display titles… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2004 by hemster (1 review written)
I am very pleased with the Panasonic SC-PM28 system overall. The MP3 feature is nice and markers can be set for each disk so you can return to a specific track which is good for MP3 disks.
I am a little dissapointed that the clock does not display when the unit is in standby, and I am a little concerned that the main unit makes a quiet buzzing sound when it is on. I would love to hear from anyone else who has a system, to see if mine has a fault, or it is normal… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/07/2003 by Rob. (1 review written)
I've been using the Panasonic SC-PM28 for just a few days now and am satisfied overall. The unit has a quality feel - I actually dropped one of the speakers accidentally about 1 1/2 feet onto a hardwood floor and it had no effect. Sound quality is very good although preset EQ settings were mostly useless. All but one - the "high-note clarifying" setting - sounded worse than no EQ at all. The biggest disappointment was lack of any shuffle or random playback feature for MP3/WMA encoded CDs - a… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/05/2003 by Rab. (1 review written)
I've been using this unit for about a week now and I couldn't be more happy with it except for a few minor things.
The unit is absolutely amazing looking. The half-mirror finish is great and speakers are heavy and expensive feeling. The feature list is impressive, from the relatively quite and fast 5-disc changer to the large display (with Dimmer), to the logical and ease of use.
The sound quality is very good. Apart from the low background hissing sound that is present as soon as you raise the… Read Full Review
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Written by chris152003
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" Better than majority of very expensive audiophile units " Read More
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