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Panasonic Launches The SC-UA3: It’s terribly, terribly Urban

The UA3 boasts a powerful amplifier, of 300W. Although it’s not battery powered, it’s easy to move from room to room or even outside the house

The all-in-one design of the UA3 provides multimedia capabilities with Bluetooth connectivity and a USB port for linking to audio from a smartphone, tablet or other device.

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The system allows users to play music from a variety of sources, including Bluetooth, USB, CD and radio, and adjust sound with its Local Preset Equalizer.

The distinctive rear honeycomb structure, “…enhances rigidity, while the Trapezoid Cabinet and Aerodynamic Port – with its optimised aerodynamic design – reduce resonance,” said the company.

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Panasonic has added two tweeters to the corners and forward-facing tweeters are found on both the left and right sides. Apparently, the four tweeters and ‘Aerodynamic Port’ (on the left and right), “are aligned”.

The UA3’s compact design has a matte finish on the sides with the hairline edge of the upper section. Fan-shaped Woofers are included. The central buttons are backlit and the line running along the handle is also illuminated. Price is £TBA.

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  • Reply
    Julie Sauve
    31st March 2020 at 9:33 pm

    Hi I have the Panasonic SC-UA3stereo system all of a sudden I turn the power on and it’s shut off right away. How do I fix it ,I upset can’t listen to my music . Help me pls thank you

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      1st April 2020 at 12:42 pm

      Hi Julie – just to remind you that all I’ve been able to do with this device is to publish a news item on it. I haven’t seen the thing in person, reviewed it or used it in any way. That said, I had a dig around and found that, if your product doesn’t work then, according to Panasonic, a “safety” device has been triggered. Why? Goodness only knows. An electrical fault, perhaps? Options? According to the company, “Press the On/Standby button on the unit to turn the unit to standby mode. If the unit does not turn to standby mode, disconnect the AC power supply cord and connect it again.
      2.Press On/Standby button again to turn on the unit. If the problem persists, consult your dealer.”
      That’s all I have I’m afraid but if you bought it recently then you should be able to receive a replacement if not your money back.

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