|Number Of Items||1|
|Package Dimensions||32.41 x 24.41 x 15.01 cm; 2.29 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||2.29 kg|
|Item Model Number||8541725710|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||10 January 2019|
Portable Sony CD Player Boombox Digital Tuner AM/FM Radio Mega Bass Reflex Stereo Sound System
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- Portable CD Players-CD playback - Enjoy your favorite CDs or personally recorded CD-R and CD-RW discs, including those with MP3 files
- USB playback-USB recording and playback - Easily record an entire CD, or your favorite tracks from a CD, in MP3 format, onto a flashdrive using the CD Sync feature
- Integrated AM/FM radio tuner-AM/FM Tuner - A built-in digital FM/AM Stereo Tuner with 30 station preset memory (20 FM, 10 AM) lets you choose from a wide variety of radio, talk and music programming
- Audio-in port-Auxiliary Input ---Audio Connector Type 3. 5mm Headphone Jack, 3. 5mm Stereo Jack Black
- BATTERY LIFE-The device works with batteries. Radio Reception FM : Approx 26 hours ; CD Playback Approx. 9 hours (batteries not included)
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Sony Portable CD Player Mega Bass Reflex Stereo Sound System The Sony Digital CD Radio Player is a cost-effective way to enjoy your tunes in multiple formats. The portable sound system gives you access to the AM/FM radio, CD-R/CD-RW playback, the option to connect your MP3 player or other portable audio devices via the stereo minijack audio input. CD playback Enjoy your favorite CDs or personally recorded CD-R and CD-RW discs, including those with MP3 files AM/FM Tuner A built-in digital FM/AM Stereo Tuner with 30 station preset memory (20 FM, 10 AM) lets you choose from a wide variety of radio, talk and music programming Battery operated for portability Plug in and power up at home, or use C batteries to take your music with you wherever you go Auxiliary Input An auxiliary audio input lets you connect digital music players to the speaker dock for easy access to your music Mega Bass Bass Reflex Speaker System and MEGA BASS for rich, deep low tones and a more powerful, crisp overall sound Headphone Jack Listen out loud, or plug in a pair of headphones and play your music back in private Dual AC/Battery Power Plug in and power up at home, or use 6 C batteries to take your music with you wherever you go Inputs and Outputs Input(s): Audio in Jack (stereo mini jack) Output(s): Headphone Jack (stereo mini jack), for 16-32 Ohm impedence headphones
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“Sony Portable CD Player Boombox Personal Audio System ZS-PS50” is a lot more than a CD player, but for me that is the key feature. Upon arrival I took it out of the box and it literally took me no more than a minute to set it up and have it playing. One of the first things I noticed is that the sound is a lot thinner than what I got from the previous Sony CD boombox. There are no buttons to adjust (increase or decrease, as you prefer) the treble or the bass. If you look at this product’s description as listed here on Amazon, it refers to having “Mega Bass” but that is simply not true: there is no Mega Bass button to be found. Also noticeable is how much lighter this Sony CD boom box weighs as compared to the previous one. Last but not least, there is no remote control with this set. The set also features AM and FM radio, and you can play your MP3s as well (I have not tried these features).
Bottom line: this Sony boombox is functional but frankly inferior in every which way to the prior Sony boom box I had. That one served great for over 20 (!) years, albeit in limited (seasonal) use. It may well be that this new Sony CD boom box is as good as you can buy out there these days, which only underscores the point how much the quality of these products have regressed over the years.