Best cd player I have ever had. Have used Sony and other brands This ONE is BETTER!!!
stanardsvillegal "stanardsvillegal", Amazon
13 March 2014
Summary: This cd player will play the new cd on one cd(something the libraries are going tp now) as well as the individual cd's. I do wishthe memory would hold in your volume. You have to adjust the volume every time you insert a new cd.
Summary: I bought this for using mp3 cd's (old time radio shows) but 3/4 of them would not work with this product. Other than that it works great. Unfortunately money spent on something that does not meet expectations.
Summary: I intended to use this device in my car as an MP3 player. Listen to it sequentially, shut it off to leave the car, and then pick up where I left off when I start the car again. It took me 5 minutes to decide to return it. If these missing features are important to you, you should avoid this unit also: 1. It doesn't remember any of its settings between power-offs. Even the volume must be re-selected. 2. It doesn't remember its position on the CD between power-offs.
We like this because the top window is easy to read. MP3 capability is also useful.
12 December 2009
Summary: For people who like to keep things as simple as possible, or if someone in your family has trouble working gadgets, this is about the best. The placement of the LCD window on the top, and the user-friendly navigation buttons, make a difference. As for MP-3, you can of course get an MP-3 player, which will use much fewer batteries. But burning to disc has its advantages. You can organize whatever little or much you want onto each disc.