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For optimal listening enjoyment, the speakers should be placed at about ear level. Sound quality is best when the speakers form the corners of an equilateral triangle with the listener.
If your compact system has separate speakers, don't place the speakers facing each other in the corners of a square room.
HiFi systems that have all the components in one enclosure look great nestled in a matching TV wall and enhance the look of your living room.
The average value is indicated with the addition "RMS". RMS stands for Root Mean Square and refers to a measurement method that measures the power over the fully relevant frequency range using a so-called pink noise. The mere wattage is often just a marketing tool that is supposed to suggest a high overall performance.
Many HiFi systems offer you several connection options to connect your mobile phone to the system. Most devices have one or more ways to connect your smartphone, including the following:
AUX line-in connection (jack plug)
Docking station for iPhone or iPad
The easiest way to connect is via the 3.5 millimetre jack cable (AUX).
You plug the AUX cable into the headphone output of your TV and the other side into that of the system.
If your TV does not have a jack socket, you will need an adapter (jack to RCA). Plug the jack plug into the headphone output of your TV as usual. Next, plug the RCA plug into your compact system. It is important that the red plug goes into the right socket and the other (usually white or black) into the left socket.
Yes, there are HiFi systems with karaoke function. With these you can sing along to your heart's content as part of a fun family evening. You can also find some models with karaoke function among our offers.
These models include one or more slots for microphones, which you can then use to connect your microphones for a nice round of karaoke.