Needed a back up MP3 player and this was a good price
Who cares, Amazon
3 April 2014
Summary: It's hard to do a review other than say "It works so I bought it." I have one MP3 player but they usually don't last to long and this will be my back up. MP3 especially books on Disks are great instead of having 6 or 7 disks you only have one disk that seems to play for ever. Plus they are usually cheaper.
Summary: Yippee, I finally found a CD player worth its salt! This works flawlessly and has fantastic sound reproduction, easy to understand controls and wonderful earphones. They are hard to come by because they are not being manufactured anymore but worth the search and the price. I found another one (used) on Amazon and bought it as a back up. It too works beautifuylly. I highly recommed it even it it is used.
Summary: I bought this cd player early in the year Thinking it was great because of its ability to play atrac3 and was better then my previous player, but there were things I disliked and liked about the cd player. ---------------------------------- Pros It has great equalizer settings and even a folder for files and great volume settings Cons when the battery runs out of juice and you put a new one in ,it memorizes your equalizer settings and volume settings but deletes your...
Summary: I've had this for almost a year now. It's a high-quality CD player that also plays back MP3 files burned on CD-R/RW discs. It's very power-efficient and uses only one AA battery which lasts a long time (if you use alkaline). The buttons arrangements need a bit getting used to and to do random play requires going through a menu, but the player is otherwise easy to operate.
Summary: This is a great CD mp3 player. Never gave me any problems since I bought it, which would be at least 6-8 months. The last one bought the farm after 12 months. Still, for the money, it offers good functionality and faultless playback. The battery lasts about 48 hrs for an mp3 CD. Never tried uncompressed audio with this one.
Ok, Just to clear some things up that the last guy wrote
S. Thangada, Amazon
15 July 2006
Summary: Well the other guy that reviewed this claimed that it takes more battery power for mp3's, not true. Since mp3's are compressed, the cd player can buffer the data meaning that the disc does not have to be spun for most of the time. Where as in CD Audio, it does, as the format is uncompressed. You would buy this because one, its cheaper than a average mp3 player, you get 700 mb of onboard memory, a mp3 player with that kind of storage will cost more money.