Summary: Well, it's better than a string and two dixie cups but rich detailed sound? Not even close. It gives everything a kind of scratchy, other room quality. Had one of these before, made in China too but it sounded better. Ahh, where are the Japanese made Sony products?
Summary: Some of the reviews here sound like they were churned out by David Manning-like frauds. Anyway, this is Sony's best cd walkman in awhile. Their previous premium model, the D-FJ787 was a piece of junk because the tuning and playback controls could only be accessed using an external, wired remote...
Summary: This player was bought by me when I was desperate for a personal CD player when I was taking a road-trip to California. *Sound Quality* The sound quality on the D-FJ200 is amazing, it is crystal clear, and it sounds like the person is right next to you singing. *FM/AM Radio* The radio on this pers.
Summary: Sony's latest portable CD/AM/FM/TV/WB walkman is a nice player. The sound on the unit is very good, tough not quite as good as Panasonic's. It has 2 equalizers, while may CD players out today have 3. The design is below average.
Summary: I've had this product for months now. I have to tell you, I've had no problems with this CD player. And it really withstands all the drops I've made to it. I dropped this accidently countless times and it is still a fantastic product. I recommend it.
Summary: Previous to this CD Player, I had the Sony D-FJ61, which included a line out for use in the car if you have only a cassette player. I have the Sony cassette adapter for CD Player, but with the D-FJ200, there is unfortunately no line out slot to attach the adapter to.
Summary: ARGH! Silly me for not reading the fine print. I sort of assumed that all CD players of this price range would be MP3 compatible. NOT! Why the heck anybody would make a CD player that isn't MP3 compatible in this day and age is beyond me.
Summary: With the provided headphones, radio reception is poor. With a $50 aftermarket set of headphones, its pretty good for strong stations. For weaker stations or those with nearby competition, you have to find the right place to listen. Volume is good.