- Bluetooth / NFC
- Output power: 1700 W
- USB / Aux-in / RCA / Optical
- FM radio
Huge 1700 W sound
Delivering 1700 W of sound, the Panasonic SC-UA7E-K Wireless Megasound Hi-Fi System combines multiple internal drivers to play back your favourite music and audio content in powerful, pristine quality.
Two back-to-back woofers minimise unwanted vibration for sound without distortion, even when you’re playing music loud. A hexagon shape structure provides strength and noise reduction for clean, pure low-end.
Preset EQ and Airquake Bass
Set the Urban Audio to suit the music you’re listening to with 14 presets like Rock, Pop and more. Link the Hi-Fi to your TV for even bigger sound, with Football mode to enhance sports broadcasts.
Airquake Bass uses four small bass ports help to amplify bass levels so you can really feel them – great for parties or playing back a new album loud and proud.
MAX Juke App and DJ Jukebox
The Panasonic Urban Audio is the ideal Hi-Fi for entertaining. Use the Panasonic MAX Juke App to handle basic functions with your smartphone. Adjust sound settings and request songs from a playlist shared with several friends.
DJ Jukebox gives you more listening options by combining with 4 GB of internal memory – enough for up to 1,000 songs. The feature can play songs off a USB device via Mix Play mode, and you can interact with playlists and play requests using the MAX Juke App.
Sing along with Karaoke Jukebox and USB playback
Two mic jacks let you connect microphones so you can sing along to favourites with family and friends. Built-in functions allow easier singing, including Vocal Cancel, Key Control, Tempo Control, BGM Level Control, and Mic EQ. Add effects to karaoke sessions with the Echo function.
You can play music back from USB sticks and external hard drives via two USB ports. Share data and record sound sources between memory sticks.
Easy wireless streaming
Stream music from compatible iOS and Android smartphones and tablets to the UA7. Bluetooth and NFC make sharing easy – social gatherings become more spontaneous, and you can show off new tracks without having to dig for a CD or cable.