|Mounting Hardware||Owner's Manual|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Standing screen display size||2.1 Inches|
|Audio Features Description||Mega Bass|
|Supported Audio Format||Mp3|
|Form Factor||Portable CD, Tape and Radio Boombox|
|Memory Card Slot||CD Player|
|Has Audio Recording||No|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Product Dimensions||21.2 x 31 x 14 cm; 2 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||2 kg|
|Item Model Number||CFDS70B.CEK|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||23 June 2020|
Sony CFDS70B.CEK Classic CD and Tape Boombox with Radio - Black (International Version)
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||21.2 x 31 x 14 centimetres|
|Item weight||2 Kilograms|
About this item
- Full range 2 x 1.7 W stereo RMS output with MEGA BASS; FM/AM tuner with digital tuning and 30 stations presets
- Play CD-R/RW and MP3 CDs with shuffle, program functions and a sleep timer
- Built-in cassette tape deck with recording function
- Audio-in jack for connecting MP3 players
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This boombox really seems to have changed very little from the one I owned when I was in my early teens - the controls, layout, and build all seem thoroughly familiar. There's no DAB radio, no input for an MP3 player, no remote for him to lose, and there is that utterly redundant cassette player. My dad loves it. It's easy to control, he can use FM radio and play his CDs without needing to consult a manual, and the sound quality is pretty good for a device of this type. As far as I can see, the speakers are the only area where this boombox differs from the one I owned as a teen: advances in speaker technology mean that these are a good bit smaller, reducing the overall size of the boombox by about a third, whilst offering clearer and more powerful output. My dad was thrilled with his present.
So after getting rid of the system, I started looking for something that I would be comfortable with. I then came across the Sony CFDS70B.CEK Classic CD and Tape Boombox with Radio. For me it seemed to tick all the boxes that I needed, CDs, Cassettes, (yes they are still around!) and lastly Radio all in one setup, the only thing missing is a remote control, unfortunately, however, that’s wasn’t a dealbreaker.
I have to say that on unboxing it, I just looked at it and wondered if I’d made a mistake, but it was here so I thought I’d give it a spin, which I’m glad I did. Put on a CD and checked out the volume, impressive, even turning the volume up, the sound was good. Then came the cassette test, which was pretty good too, lost a small bit of clarity when the volume was turned up, but as I wasn’t going to be blasting it, it still did an amazing job at the volume I chose. Then the radio which I tuned to a couple of my favorite channels which was pretty easy to do.
Overall I was really impressed with it, all the buttons were nice and smooth when pushing them down, it even has a megabase for those who like to hear and feel extra bass that vibrates through the body!
I have to admit I haven’t tried using the AUX yet but can’t foresee any problems.
It would be nice to have a remote control, but for the price and sound, I can live without it. So it’s a five-star review from me.