For purely objective criteria, this Rotel has an outer shell rather solid and well built, it is quite affordable and very nice. My only criticism comes from its interior a little stingily equipped and is summarized by a transformer, with a few printed circuit board and a DVD spinner. In this one case, which I excluded the rest of this set, Rotel has planted a little in price. But like any competition sells premium prices (all, not only a small Gallic village continues ...), it does not seem so expensive as that. Maybe a good opportunity for Rotel re-thinking its pricing policy. And the second thing clumsy on this deck, it's time to wait before it decides to recognize the Cd It's long and it can be annoying.
7: It's good, but there are better. In the price range, however, this is about the level of performance that should be considered.