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Ministry of Sound system for junior clubbers

New micro hi-fi setup would fit nicely in a teenager's bedroom.

Crave UK

Ministry of Sound has, for a long time, been a big ol' player in da clubs, but its line of own-brand hardware hasn't previously blown us away. That may be set to change after the Ministry freshly announced a new micro hi-fi setup, the MOSMC139IP.

While the name couldn't be less inspiring, the glossy black system looks pretty nice for 90 pounds (about $181) and would certainly fit right into place in a teenage clubber-in-training's bedroom, especially if that teen already owns an iPod--a dock for said 'Pod sits atop the system.

So, specs. Each 10W speaker houses twin drivers and hopefully handles bass well, given the MoS's love of deep chest-pounding kick-drum action. The system also includes a bass-boost option to further distort enhance low-end impact and really irritate parents trying to watch My Family downstairs.

A USB port fitted into the front will play any MP3s stored on a memory stick, and as the CD player will play unprotected WMAs, we assume it'll handle Windows Media files too.

The MOSMC139IP will hit stores this month, and we hope to get our hands on one for a full review in the near future. Now where did we put those wretched neon glowsticks?

(Source: Crave UK)