Sony CFD-S70BLK Stereo CD/Cassette Boombox
|MSRP : $59.99|
Sale : $59.88
|Sold & shipped by Walmart|
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Sony CFD-S70 Boombox 3.4 Watt, Black:
- Enjoy full-function stereo sound
- Playback CDs, CD-R/RW and MP3 CDs with shuffle and program functions
- Built-in cassette tape deck with recording function
- FM/AM tuner with digital tuning and 30 station presets
- AC and battery power options with up to 19 hours of battery life
- Aux audio input lets you connect digital music players
- MEGA BASS bass boost circuitry enhances low-frequency bass performance at the touch of a button
- AC power cord included
- Portable audio boombox offers RMS audio output
Super great boombox
I love this boombox from Sony. Plays cassettes, CDs, and audio in, audio out for speakers, radio, radio presets, its very compact and has great sound. Can be plugged into the wall or used with batteries. I use it with batteries. It uses six "C" type batteries.
A disappointing product fro Sony
I bought this product a month ago and am very disappointed in its sound. The most disappointing feature of its sound is its lack of good bass. I also bought it because it plays cassettes, but it does not play chrome or metal cassettes. Its bass sound is quite puny both for CD and cassette. If Sony makes a boombox it should advertise that its product will only record on normal Type 1 cassette tape. I have a large cassette collection and didn't discover this until after opening the carton. The radio tuner section is quite good. It pulls in local stations clearly. My main wish is that it had better bass, not necessarily booming bass but accurate bass from the playback source, CD or cassette. Its design is very nice.
Poor quality Sony boombox
I purchased this at Walmart on 10/2/18 to play CDs in a bedroom. Just after the 90-day return date (Walmart) the CD player sound has stopped after 2 or 3 minutes. Looks like the CD is spinning as thought it's on fast-forward.
I purchased this one month ago during a road trip and used the cd player for a couple days. The volume could be heard well over road noise. I would have preferred knobs to turn instead of buttons to push, because the buttons are low/flat next to the body of the player and requires more pressure from my fingers. The most annoying aspect was that it didn't save the place on the cd where it left off when I stopped the car and had to unplug the machine from my car. The cd player I had connected to my TV could do this with cds and dvds and they are almost the same price as this player. Trying to find the spot where I left off took more time and it was aggravating to find it every time I stopped the car. I give it a 1 for convenience and a 5 for sound quality in my use of hearing the audio books clearly. I didn't play music cds and that's an entirely different quality of sound to rate. I didn't use the radio or the tape player either.
CD error - No DISC
I bought this CD player in summer of 2017, but now get the NO DISC error when I try to play ANY CD. I went to put a couple different BRAND NEW (just took cellophane off them) CDs from Christmas in thinking it was an old disc w/ scratches at first. Nothing will play. I have unplugged, followed all trouble shooting in book, etc. with no luck. I even put the CD back in that I listened to last before I got the errors, and error is still there.
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