Tesco value hi-fi proves that the price tag doesn’t matter

Posted on Apr 19 2009 - 8:04pm by Richard Sharp

tesco-hi-fiThe recent startling evidence from Reevo.com states that a hi-fi music system that costs a mere £16 from Tesco has been voted the most popular by customers. Reevo provide a price comparison service and retailer information for products ranging from Digital cameras, MP3 players and laptops to washing machines and cookers. Reevo used half a million customer reviews to obtain information on the best products available and the Tesco Value MC-907 hi-fi beat more expensive models hands down in the 2009 Customer Choice Awards in Hi-fi Systems.

The Tesco Value MC-907 hi-fi is a ‘no frills’ own brand, so don’t expect it to be anything other than what it is. The Tesco Value MC-907 hi-fi is an ideal purchase for a kids bedroom, studio, garage or kitchen but probably wouldn’t supply what most music lovers are looking for in the way of a main home sound system. The Tesco Value MC-907 mini hi-fi comes in silver and features a CD player that will playback CD-R / CD-R, an AM-FM radio and 4w power output 2 way speakers.

The Tesco Value MC-907 hi-fi received the Customer Choice hi-fi Gold Award 2009, with the silver award being given to Roberts Sound MP43 which retails around £190, and a Sony hi-fi retailing about £100, model MHC-EC78PI only managing to scrape in a Bronze award.

The news has obviously taken Tesco by surprise as when checking their site to find more details about the Cinderella of the Hi-fi world we found that they had sold out of the Tesco Value MC-907 hi-fi…. and it is no long priced at £16.00 but has risen to the shocking new price of £16.49 – get shaking your piggy bank for the extra 49p for when new stocks come in, but be quick with so much press coverage they are bound to sell out again very quickly!

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