According to a recent online survey carried out by Reevoo.com the most popular home audio system is the Tesco value MC-907 CD Micro Hi-Fi.
Half a million cusomers were surveyed and asked to rate their purchases based on a variety of criteria, which included value for money.For £16.49 you would never expect to be able to go out and buy a home audio system but Tesco has pulle it off. Their MC-907 CD Micro System came first in the audio category of the recent Reevoo.com survey.
The unit scored an impressive 9.3 out of 10 beating the Roberts Sound MP43 into second place. You do have to remember though that this was not a sound quality test of any kind, people were not voting on the best 'sounding' stereo. They were voting on value for money, something Tesco is well known for offering.
Just more great publicity for Tesco it seems. Might just have to pop into the store and try one out for myself.
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