Excerpt: Four years ago, I bought myself a Sony Walkman CD Player for $125 (MP3 Players are not popular at the time). I am really surprised about the quality of this CD Player. It still works well until now.
Summary: recieved mine broken. It makes horrible noises when it trys to read the CD, sometimes it can never get there & I have to keep hitting play and listening to a terrible grinding sound over and over again. Very unhappy.
Summary: Well. First off, I start off with the cons: * None!! For me at least. But everyone has different experiences. So, pros: * Buffer! It buffers the songs as they are playing, and then stops the disk to save power!! Genius!! * Different Bass Levels! You can press the Sound/Avls button to raise an lower the bass!! * Long Battery Life! Just as it says, 12 hours is about correct. I've been listening to music for 4 hours straight and only lost one bar on the battery display!!
Summary: This was given to me as a gift back in late 2005 or early 2006. I don't use it everyday but it has never failed me whenever I wanted to use it. I have gone through several sets of batteries over the years and it keeps on working fine.
Summary: I can't believe I just received a request from this seller to send a review. The product I bought was described "like new". It was a CD player that looked like new, but didn't work at all. We tried several sets of batteries and several CD's and it wouldn't read any of the CD's. It also came with a set of headphones that we threw out immediately because they were covered with dog or cat hair. I should have returned everything, but I didn't.
Summary: When I bought this item through Amazon.com the website stated that it featured shock protection. However, once I received the item and began using it I quickly learned that it did not feature any sort of shock protecting. The sticker on the device reads g-protection, but its anyone's guess what the hell that is if it is in fact not a shock protection feature.
Summary: I bought this in 2005, long before my first mp3 player. It was a nice little cd player and worked well until last year, when I made the mistake of putting a scratched CD inside it. All of a sudden, it spun the disk very slowly. After that happened, it never worked again - just kept spinning any disk I put in it really slowly and the display will eventually read 'no disc'.