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TEACCRH260IDABSilver Mini System EXC Speakers

  • Bluetooth is for more than just hands-free headsets! Play music wirelessly to this unit from almost any phone or tablet, and many laptops too.
  • You can listen to DAB Digital Radio with this unit. This offers loads of advantages over FM/AM, including a wider choice of stations and information about what's playing.
  • USB sockets allow you to do all sorts of things. Most commonly you can play media stored on a flash drive, but some units can record to one too or connect accessories like video-calling cameras.
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Bluetooth is for more than just hands-free headsets! Play music wirelessly to this unit from almost any phone or tablet, and many laptops too.
You can listen to DAB Digital Radio with this unit. This offers loads of advantages over FM/AM, including a wider choice of stations and information about what's playing.
USB sockets allow you to do all sorts of things. Most commonly you can play media stored on a flash drive, but some units can record to one too or connect accessories like video-calling cameras.

(For more features refer to the specification table below.)

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The Teac CRH260iDAB combines everything you'd expect from a quality mini system with some features you might not.


Whether it's music stored on your device or fed from a streaming music channel such as Spotify or, it's easy to access a massive range of music. With the vast majority of smartphones and tablets coming with Bluetooth, wireless transfer is easy. What's more, many recent PCs, Macs and laptops also come with Bluetooth, making it possible to access the largest of stored album collections - wire free!


In addition to Bluetooth and the more usual CD player and radio, this versatile mini system also comes complete with both USB and SD card ports. Added together, this makes the CR-H260i system one of the most format friendly mini systems out there! Connect your iPad/iPhone/IPod Touch, MP3 player or memory stick by the USB and enjoy full control of your music files via the Teac's remote control. Similarly, the SD card slot is great way of transferring music between your home hi-fi and mobile phone.


As you'd expect from this leading mini hi-fi system company, the rest of the package is pretty impressive, too. The high quality CD player provides excellent sound quality with surprising detail and punch for a system so small. In addition to this, it also plays back MP3 encoded and CDRW discs. Finally, the CR-H260iDAB also comes with a DAB FM/AM tuner radio for everything you need from a complete system.


Thanks to its digital amplifier, the Teac CR-H260iDAB packs a solid 25 watts per channel (6 ohms) that gives a full and robust sound quality. Although compact, the CRH260iDAB will drive most speakers to high levels; even in larger than average sized rooms.


Rounding off this feature-packed mini, you'll also find the Teac has 2 audio inputs, an audio output, headphone socket and clock with sleep timer. The display is also dimmable to suit different lighting conditions. Teac are renowned for building some of the highest quality mini systems and the CRH260iDAB is no exception. The front facia is made from brushed aluminium and features rounded edges for an even smoother look. Teac have also kept the button count low to ensure nothing spoils the sleek good looks.

For the maxi mini system, the Teac CR-H260iDAB has everything covered.

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Connection Features
iPod/iPhone Dock?
Does the system feature a built-in or separate iPod/iPhone dock?
Number of USB sockets.
Coaxial Inputs
Number of coaxial digital inputs to input digital sources such as DVD players.
Optical Inputs
Number of optical digital inputs to input digital sources such as DVD players.
Active Subwoofer Output
Does it have a separate connection for an active (powered) subwoofer?
Dedicated Port
Does it have a dedicated port for extras such as iPod dock, Bluetooth or DAB radio?
Audio Inputs
Number of audio inputs on both front and rear of unit.
HDMI offers the highest quality, digital connection. The numbers given relate to the number of HDMI inputs/outputs.
Networking Features
DLNA Compliant
DLNA stands for Digital Living Network Alliance. It is an alliance of interested bodies that help standardise streaming content. If a product is DLNA complaint you can be assured it will stream music from your PC, laptop to TV or other device.
Wireless Connection
Whether a wireless or, Wi-Fi, connection is included as standard or optional (via dongle). This allows for wireless connection to your home network hub.
Internet Radio & Services
Does it have access to Internet radio and other online music services?
Apple AirPlay
Does the unit support Apple AirPlay? Apple AirPlay lets you listen to your entire iTunes music library from a suitable Apple iOS device such as iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad. Best of all, the system is wireless and so is ideal for building up a wireless multi-room system.
Does the unit support Bluetooth? A built-in Bluetooth receiver lets you stream music from a suitably equipped device such as a smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC.
Green Credentials
Eco Friendly Features
Eco Freindly
Does this product conform to energy efficient standards? These standards include the American "Energy Star", the European "Energy Flower" or "EcoLabel" and the UK EST (Energy Saving Trust) certification.
Power Consumption - Standby
This is the power used in watts when the unit is switched off but still powered at the mains and ready to be turned back on.
Power Consumption - Normal Use
This is the power used in watts when the unit is on, using standard settings. Note, different manufacturers use different methods to arrive at this figure. In some cases only the maximum power consumption is quoted.
General Features
CD Player
Is a CD player fitted?
DVD Player
Is a DVD Player fitted?
Blu-ray Player
Is a Blu-ray Player fitted?
Is a HDD (Hard Disc Drive) fitted?
HDD Size
The higher the figure the greater the amount of music that can be held on disc.
Power Output
Maximum power output per channel - RMS into 8 ohms.
25 x 2 (6 ohms)
Tuner Radio
Type of radio built-in. DAB is Digital Audio Broadcasting.
Remote Control
Is an Infra-red remote included?
Smart Remote Control
Can you use a Smart Phone (iPhone or Android) to control the unit?
Dimensions of unit (W x D x H) mm.
215 x 355 x 105
Speaker Dimensions
Dimensions of speakers (H x W x D) mm.
Weight of unit,unboxed, in KG.
Speaker Weight
Weight of speakers, unboxed, in KG.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good things in small packages Just as good as my old Denon mini unit but takes up a much smaller footprint the DAB radio is a bit difficult to tune in but all in all good value.I looked at the Panasonic but the Denon appealed more for its looks. 13 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A lot for the price A small unit and reasonably priced but packed with lots of ability. The CD player and the radio sound great through my B and W speakers and the Bluetooth connect ability is great teamed up with my Apple Mac mini and the music stored on it. Controls could be made simpler so it is confusing to use. 22 August 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good sound, slow DAB station search I have been very happy with a TEAC CRH258i purchased three years ago. I decided to replace an older Hi-Fi separates system with the 260i. Set up is easy and its sound quality is high from all sources. If navigation of tracks from a USB memory stick is important to you then this product has only a very basic interface available. The most serious issue for me was the time it took to locate the last played DAB station when this source was selected. Although DAB stations are scanned on first switch on, this unit seems to scan every time DAB is selected. I found I could count to thirty before the DAB station was playing. This is unlike the 258i which takes 3-4 seconds. As a result I decided this product was unsuitable and swapped the unit for one which provided a better DAB experience. 17 August 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Nice system but... This is very nearly a first rate system for the price. The sound quality is excellent. The radio, both FM and DAB, works very well. However, I have several caveats. First, the remote control feels very spongy and is often non-responsive. Second, it takes an age to switch on, even in FM mode. If you select DAB, it does an initialization process (every time!) that takes forever. Third (and this may be me) I can find no way of setting DAB favourites. The manual is quite clear about how to set up FM presets and that works fine but it doesn't mention DAB presets at all. Finally, it has a feature that I've never come across on any other system: a delay of a few hundred milliseconds on FM radio. So, if you have another radio tuned to the same station in a different room, you get a really annoying echo effect. It's definitely this system that has the delay; I've tried several other radios of different makes and they're all in sync on FM. 17 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sounds great, fantastic spec and functionality. Small and compact. Cheap. This unit sounds crisp, lively, well sorted with a warm but detailed sound from all inputs. At this price an absolute bargain. Bass guitar is weighty but well defined with a nice presence in the upper mids. Percussion is lively, airy and floaty. Vocals natural and clear. The Teac unit sits nicely on a small shelf. It's small footprint making it ideal for use in my kitchen but could easily be used as a main system. For the money it's difficult to find fault with it's sound. It's loud enough to fill most rooms and when testing the system in my lounge using Tannoy Mercury speakers, the sounscape and imaging we're very impressive for a unit in this price range. All in all a very nice sounding system. Dab radio is distortion free and doesn't suffer from the compression that some units inflict on the sound. My only gripe is that operation through the front panel is not fully intuitive and can be a little confusing. This can be avoided using the remote which has all the controls to hand. 16 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great quality - great sound - great value for money I have bought Teac for some years now. This is a very good example. Well made with a good range of inputs and well capable of driving decent speakers. You can store DAB pre-sets, and although it does take approx. 20 sec. to load DAB from switch-on, this is not much longer than other units and doesn't irritate me. As with other pieces of kit, you need to read the manual. 28 July 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Good hardware let down by rubbish software I am very disappointed with this unit. It's very limited in what format MP3 and WMA files it can play. It will not play lossless WMA or FLAC. This would be expected on a portable player but, for a home hifi system, this is a bad omission. The DAB radio insists on a re-scan every time DAB is selected (even if just leaving the DAB option for a second or two). From power up and selecting DAB, it takes 24 seconds before any sound is heard. Switching from, say, SD to DAB, also takes 24 seconds before the radio starts playing. Navigating through folders and files on USB and SD is "clunky" and un-intuitive. There is a marked lag using the remote control (reminiscent of a cheap freeview box!). I've had it a week and I'm already looking for something to replace it. 14 June 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Very poor user experience Bought one of these, got it home, got it working no problem, sounded great.Tried to store some DAB stations as presets, manual says you can't. Tried anyway, sort of worked but was unreliable. Then found it took about 30 secs to a minute to switch source from anything to radio. Bit annoying. The next day turned it on in the morning, some time later the radio came on after seemingly doing a full rescan. Then the station displayed didn't match the one being played. Presets were lost. Took it back, and Richers swapped no questions. New unit had exactly the same problems. It is massively unfuriating to use waiting for stations to tune in and sound to actually come out that I took it back and got a refund. Probably a decent stereo hiding underneath the appalling 'operating system' software. A firmware update and it'd probably be fine. Otherwise, I'd advise against it. 30 March 2014
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