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  • 4.5 star rating

    Denon D-M40DAB

    4.5 star rating
    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £299.99 Free Delivery
  • Logik LHFDAB14

    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £59.99 Free Delivery
  • 4 star rating

    Sony CMT-SBT100B

    4 star rating
    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £259 (+ £9.00 P&P)
  • Panasonic SCALL5CDEBK

    The Panasonic SCALL5CDEBK Micro Hi-Fi lets you listen to all your favourite music in super... more
    £249 Free Delivery
  • 5 star rating

    Pure Evoke C-D6

    5 star rating
    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £249.99 Free Delivery
  • Electric Jukebox - Charcoal

    Electric Jukebox turns your TV into a fun and easy to use music player for the home with m... more
    £179 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Samsung MX-J630 230W Mini System

    Enjoy powerful sound with 230W output that will easily fill your room with music. Great fl... more
    £89.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • 4.5 star rating

    Roberts Blutune 100

    4.5 star rating
    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £299.95 Free Delivery
  • Samsung MX-J730 500W Mini System

    Enjoy more powerful sound with 600W output that will easily fill your room with music. Gre... more
    £149.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • 4.5 star rating

    Sony CMT-X3

    4.5 star rating
    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £139.99 Free Delivery
    Save £148*
  • Bush Bluetooth DAB Micro System with Colour Screen

    Take your favourite tunes with you with this Bluetooth DAB Micro System from Bush. Listen ... more
    £49.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Panasonic SC-HC297

    Portable, CD-spelare, Radio
    £119.99 Free Delivery
  • JVC UX-D100

    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £169.99 Free Delivery
  • Sony MCHV11 Vertical Sound System

    LCD display. 2 inputs:. Sony MHC-V11, Compact High Power One Box Party Music System. Remot... more
    £219.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Pioneer X-HM32V

    Home, CD-spelare, DVD-spelare, Radio, iPod dock
    £273 (+ £9.00 P&P)
  • ROBERTS S1 Multiroom Bluetooth Speaker, Internet Radio & NFC

    Not to be deceived by its compact small size, the S1 Multi-room Speaker packs impressive h... more
    £136 Free Delivery
  • Ricatech RR700

    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £189.99 Free Delivery
  • 4 star rating

    Panasonic SC-AKX18

    4 star rating
    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £94.99 Free Delivery
  • 2 star rating

    Panasonic SC-ALL5CD

    2 star rating
    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £249 Free Delivery
    Save £135*
  • Panasonic SC-PMX70DB

    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £244.99 Free Delivery
  • 4 star rating

    Panasonic SC-PM250DAB

    4 star rating
    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £85.99 Free Delivery
  • JVC UX-D150

    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £179.99 Free Delivery
  • 4.5 star rating

    Panasonic SC-MAX4000

    4.5 star rating
    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £579.99 Free Delivery
  • 4 star rating

    Philips AZ105

    4 star rating
    Portable, CD-spelare, Radio
    £39.99 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Bush Bluetooth Micro System - Black

    However you like to listen to music, this Bluetooth Micro System is great for those who lo... more
    £39.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Roberts Sound38

    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £99.95 Free Delivery
  • 4.5 star rating

    Roberts Blutune 200

    4.5 star rating
    Home, CD-spelare, Radio
    £399.95 Free Delivery
  • Sony GTK-XB5 HiFi - Red

    1 input:. EXTRA BASS™ and vibrant speaker lights combine to create the club-style at... more
    £219.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Philips Izzy BM50B10 Wireless Multiroom Music System

    Philips izzy music system plays music via Bluetooth, CD/USB & FM. With a tap of a button, ... more
    £199.99 Free Delivery
  • Sony Shake X-1D Sound System

    You're ready to party with the SHAKE-X1D Home Audio System. Blast your favourite trac... more
    £449.95 Free Delivery
  • Alba LCD CD Micro System - Black

    Fill your home with the sound of your favourite music with this micro system from Alba. Un... more
    £29.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Sony CMTS20BMK DAB Radio and Micro HiFi with Bluetooth

    Compatibility: iPod. iPhone. iPad. AUX in. Bluetooth compatible. Product features LCD disp... more
    £99.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Sony CMTS20MK2 Micro HiFi System with Bluetooth

    Compatibility: iPhone. iPad. AUX in. Bluetooth compatible. Product features LCD display. F... more
    £94.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Sony CMTSBT100B

    For an all-in-one system that lives up to the name choose the Sony CMTSBT100B All-in-One A... more
    £189 Free Delivery
  • Denon 520 CD Player - Silver

    Built with carefully selected parts for the audio section, the power unit and other areas,... more
    £159.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Panasonic SC-PM602EB-K DAB/DAB+/FM/CD Bluetooth Wi-Fi Micro Hi-Fi System

    Remarkable sound, wirelessly compatible and beautifully compact, the SC-PM602EB-K CD Micro... more
    £149.95 Free Delivery
  • ROBERTS S2 Multiroom Bluetooth Speaker, Internet Radio & NFC

    Compact and powerful, the S2 Multi-room Speaker delivers remarkably rich audio that fills ... more
    £224 Free Delivery
  • Sony ZSPS55B DAB/FM CD Boombox With USB Playback, Black

    Relive the retro Boombox look with Sony’s punchy CD player and DAB/FM radio. Boasting tw... more
    £99.95 Free Delivery
  • Pioneer XDP-100R Hi-Res Audio Player - Black

    The HiRes XDP-100 digital audio player from Pioneer is the right travel partner for demand... more
    £399.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)

*Potential saving calculated by comparing the cheapest price with the most expensive

HiFi systems buyer’s guide

Welcome to Crowdstorm’s buyer’s guide to hi-fi systems, where you’ll find the answers you need for all those basic music system questions. We’ll walk you through the different types of hi-fi, before briefly explaining how Crowdstorm works so you can complete your purchase with ease.

When we say ‘hifi systems’ we’re generally talking about all-in-one music units that include an amp and speakers as part of the overall package. 

If you’re looking for separates, or other pieces of audio equipment, you might want to start at our home audio page – or search for an individual term such as ‘ turntables’, for example.

Home and portable HiFi systems

Traditional home hi-fi systems were (and many still are) record player sized, so somewhere in the region of 12-inches wide and deep. These are still the standard dimensions for separates, but as we moved from records to tapes and then CDs as the primary form of album – and turntables started to disappear from many hi-fi systems altogether – new formats emerged.

Micro or mini HiFi systems instead take their dimensions from the CD, making them up to half the depth and width of traditional units. They still have separate speakers and some even have a mini record player on top, although serious audiophiles will start visibly shaking at that prospect!

The term portable HiFi tends to be used to describe what were originally called ghetto blasters; single unit systems with speakers built in that also have a carrying handle and a battery compartment, meaning they’re just as useful for annoying people on the train or in the park as they are for home use.  

Wireless for sound…

This is a tricky term when talking about HiFi systems, because it is used in several different ways to describe very different products – and sometimes doesn’t mean wireless at all!

  • Wireless speakers: You serious music lover probably won’t entertain the idea of losing all those high quality cables, but for those who hate the miles of stereo wire a set of wireless speakers goes a long way to reducing wire clutter. These speakers tend to connect to the HiFi system via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. But some require direct power, so may be required to connect directly to the mains.
  • Wireless HiFi systems: This term is often used to describe portable Hi-fi systems, or all-in-one speaker/amp units that give you options such as radio and digital music. Again, these often require a plug for mains use.

HiFi system sections

Before you choose your new HiFi system, make sure it has all you need to play your favourite music. These are the sections they may have – but you shouldn’t take any of them for granted – always make and check off a list for each system you compare:

  • Amp: This will be built in as standard, but the level of control you have over the sound will vary. For example, you may want features to alter the levels of bass and treble – although a good speaker system should reproduce the music just as the artist intended.
  • Record player & cassette deck: These are both niche now, so don’t presume they’ll be included as standard.
  • CD player: A CD player is still generally a standard feature, but you may want to check whether the system will play, or be able to record onto, CDRs. You can also still find devices which will take several CDs at once (often called CD changers).
  • Digital & standard radio: Again many HiFi systems will come with a radio built in, but do check which frequencies these systems offer. Once you’ve experienced digital radio, it can be hard to go back to twiddling those dials!
  • iPod dock & digital music: Newer units will allow you to play digital music, either by plugging in your MP3 player or phone or by using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. If you’re picking up a dock, make sure it is compatible with your current Apple device as it has a tendency to change its connectors – meaning older devices won’t be compatible with newer phones, and vice versa, without paying extra for a converter.
  • Remote control: While not a section in itself, a little remote control unit can massively enhance the lazy music listening experience!

What HiFi inputs do I need?

If you fall in love with a HiFi system that doesn’t offer all the sections you need, it won’t matter if you can still plug in the extras. A simple USB port will often allow you to play digital music via a phone, MP3 player or memory stick, as well as charging those devices too.

Remember that if you want to plug in an external turntable you’ll want the hi-fi to have a ‘PHONO’ port, while connecting other pieces of kit will tend to use an input often labelled ‘AUX’ (or auxiliary). This should allow you to get stereo sound from anything from your TV to your PC.

Finally, if you’re wanting to pump up the volume while not making enemies of your family and neighbours, it’s worth checking the unit has a headphone socket!

So, what do I do next?

Once you’ve found your ideal HiFi system, the next step is easy. At Crowdstorm we have relationships with the UK’s leading online and high street retailers, letting you compare their prices with confidence. Once you’ve found the right stereo, and the right deal, simply click through and purchase.

You’ll be taken directly to the product page of the item you’ve chosen on the retailer’s own website. From there you’re dealing directly with them, not with Crowdstorm – we make our money from advertising these great brands and retailers, not from you, so there are no hidden costs. So it’s a simple process of buying direct from them online.