Summary: The stereo is ok ... but it has a low volume legal .... plus the 3.5 input has trouble .... seem the . Insert plug in for the 3.5 is made just a little too big for most 3.5 cables ..... so when trying to record off a phone or tablet you frequently have to jiggle the cable in order to make sure it's connected ......
Summary: Cassette player/recorder did not record, play, rewind, or fast forward. The only functions that worked were pause and stop/eject! Shipping to me was $10.00, and I paid $26 to return it via USPS.
Summary: This stereo lasted just about a year with daily use by my tween daughter. It has a range of great features, but one by one, each gave out. First the CD player got finicky, then stopped playing, then stopped even trying to spin the discs. Then, the radio tuner went out. Then the inputs started to fail. The last feature standing was the USB input. Still got power, but cleaning it, batteries, whatever we tried, just wouldn't work to limp it along.
Looks Great...Has a Lot of Features...but MP3 disk didn't work
J. Bach, Amazon
18 March 2013
Summary: Too many reports of the MP3 feature not working! Still...I took the chance that I'd get one that worked. Oh well... It would start reading and then skip to the next section, or it would skip through each section and not even stop to make a sound. All disks used were Known-Working disks. I picked up a Memorex MP3 boombox at Rite-Aid, of all places, for about $50. It has excellent sound and the MP3/CD functions perfect.
Summary: I put this item on my X-mas list and find that it does all that it says. PROS: Sound quality is good for this price range with wide frequency response. Very little distortion even at full volume. all controls are self explanatory. CONS: The receiver is low quality and picks up only local powerful stations. The dial is imprinted too small and you cannot see the dial indicator at all even in good light. You have to tune by listening and trial and error.