What do you get when you are looking for mini home stereo systems? That will depend on how much you want to spend.
At the low end of shelf stereo systems you can purchase a tidy little machine with AM and FM station memory, CD player with programmable play, a cassette player/recorder, full logic control, subwoofer, cone tweeter, dome tweeter and full function remote control.
At the executive end of the home stereo systems you may find a 5 or 6 drawer CD player, DVD drive, more powerful output for superior sound, digital recording for CD-R/RW, full logic auto reverse cassette deck, AM/FM tuner with memory functions, equalizer, extra bass, clock/timer/sleeper and full function wireless remote control.
Look for great deals and discounts from great manufacturers or shelf stereo systems such as Aiwa, JVC, Panasonic, Philips, Myryad, Pioneer, Sansui, Sharp, Sony and Yamaha. Search online for a specific brand, a set price range or do a generic search for home stereo systems. Read the reviews or look for comparisons of models you are considering. Don’t reinvent the wheel, listen to what people who have already purchased the equipment have to say about the best mini stereo systems on the market.
In the world of mini stereo systems there is a lot of truth to the adage; you get what you pay for. Decide how much power and what functions you really want in shelf stereo systems. Don’t pay for functions you will never use. Search online to purchase cheap stereo racks or one of the custom home stereo systems available today.