Sony Radio CD MP3 Cassette Stereo Boombox w/Remote
Rosa Cadiz, Amazon
26 January 2014
Summary: Bought to replace my husbands 30 year Sony Boombox, and it only worked four weeks. CD would stop after the third song. Had to return and bring out the 30 year Sony Boombox which is beat up but still working.
Summary: This was a big disappointment - maybe because I had also just received the Panasonic RX-D55GC-K I had ordered a week earlier. I was about to send back the Panasonic only because the AM/FM tuner was a bit weak. However, the differences in build quality and sound (both superb) have convinced me to keep the Panasonic. They don't make boomboxes with all these functions and good quality anymore.
magically transforms music into the sounds of a knife rattling in a mayonnaise jar
David J. Keaton, Amazon
22 October 2013
Summary: So, yeah, this stereo sounds horrible. At first glance, it looked to be a good replacement for the Sony boombox I've had in the corner of the room for about a decade. But in spite of being 50 bucks more, it sounds 100 times worse. It's much smaller than the picture would lead you to believe (take that image and stomp on it, and you'll get an idea).
Summary: We had trouble finding a quality Boombox since these are now outdated but this Sony did everything, even allowing the connection to a MP3 player through input on the front. The sound is not high-end quality but it is what you would expect from a product this size. Player is very portable and we have had not issues.
Summary: I bought this radio because it has a cassette deck...very few radios still offer this. I also wanted a radio that I could leave plugged in to electric. I use this on my screened porch and it is just what I was looking for! I also love the remote...it's very small but works fine.
Summary: I have so many BBC radio drama cassettes and each player that I bought either ate the tape or broke - not this wonderful Sony. And let me not forget the wonderful MP3 player for all my old time radio shows -am super pleased with this buy! Don Wardell.