Summary: Old technology that gets the job done is the best way to describe this CD player that my wife listens to every night. With its rechargeable batteries it has lasted for years and will likely do so for many more.
Summary: Without my knowledge and as a courtesy, shipping was upgraded to PRIORITY --so I was delighted when I received my package in two days The CD player works wonderfully and unexpectedly, a new pair of headphones were included. I am very pleased with both the CD player and the excellent service. I would definitely recommend this seller.
Summary: I was very pleased with the condition of the D-NF400 CD player, and the prompt shipping. It has the flaws of current units of there not being readable labeling by the manufacturer and their manuals often don't really address what you would like to know about the unit. Of course it used to be that audio stuff had one dial that you rotated to click the unit on or off and do the volume and another knob to select stations and no instruction book was needed,
Summary: Just wanted to say, even though I know probably no one buys portable CD players anymore, this one is a great deal. It doesn't skip, it plays MP3 CDs, and after taking a beating for over 2 years my player still works great. Sony really does make the best Discmans.
Summary: This is a great player for CDs. The radio and TV reception are quite good, too. Even jiggling the player doesn't cause skipping of CDs. The only thing I would improve would be the size of the menu and button descriptions. They are very hard to read, especially on the silver-colored case. We now own 2 of these because we liked the first one so well.
Summary: I got this player because of its great reviews. Blows away any mp3 hard drive player. one person said that. yeah, right. I got mine 7 months ago. now when you start it up it makes wierd scratchy and popping sounds. Other people have had this problem too. I'm goin out to get a Creative Labs Zen Micro 5 gb.
Summary: I purchased this product as a replacement to my previous-generation entry-level Sony CD Walkman, the D-E350. I was not interested in purchasing an MP3 player, though Creative Lab's Zen Micro has me drooling, so I decided to purchase a MP3 CD player. Upon using it, I was in awe of the amount of songs I can play on it. I can fit over 120 MP3 songs, most of them encoded at 192 kbps.
Summary: Since I got this player worth almost $70 for less than $40 on Amazon with Free shipping (don't ask how), I can't really complain. The product is a typical SONY. Stable and smooth. It plays MP3s, Audio CDS, and has a Radio too (which I didn't find in any of the other brands I looked at). Some people may complain that it does not support WMA files, but I wouldn't count it as a con. The headphone is not really great and has a very short cord.
Summary: I use this gadget for either MP3 audiobooks or FM radio. So here's the feedback based on that. I find the player quite usable but definitely far from the best for the audiobooks. PROS: 1. It has resume feature - your CD will restart on the same track at the same exact offset (at the same exact spot of the track) where you stopped the player the last time. I guess this is probably the most important feature. 2.