My wife and I are happy, happy to listen classics instrumental mostly ,sure we like all other musics but this home radio is producing all this music at such high quality level so we just cannot stop listening and it plays from sunrise to subset non stop. Controls by iPhone, remote and even vice are cherry on pie. We placed it in an area about 28 x 18 ft and enjoying beautiful music at quite low volume without sound distortion. Very Happy with this system! Sounds as I had hoped. One of the best you can buy in my opinion. Very easy to set up!
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