JWIN JX-CD960 Personal CD Player CD Players Portable

JWIN JX-CD960 Personal CD Player CD Players Portable 

DESCRIPTION

120 Second Anti-Skip Protection for MP3 Discs  Text Display for Song Title, Album, Artist, Track, Time  45 Second Anti-Skip Protection for Audio Discs  CD-R/RW Compatible AM/FM Stereo Radio with PLL Digital Tuning Total 20 Radio Station Preset (10AM/10FM) FM Stereo Mode Switch and Indicator 24 Track Programmable Memory Dynamic Bass Boost Control System Skip or Fast Search Function Hold Function Resume Function Track & Album (MP3) Search Remote Control Included Repeat 1/Album/All/Intro/Random play Remote Control Included UL Approved Adapter Included Automatic Power Off (CD Mode Only) 3.5mm Headphone Jack & Line out Jack Low Power Indicator Automatic Power Off Recharge Function Switch and LED Indicator  Lightweight Digital Stereo Style Headphone Included Requires 2 "AA" Batteries (Not Included) DC 4.5V Jack

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 20, 2020]
lich666


Strength:

This model was an all in one previous to mp3 players. Good quality (sony internal), clear display, antishock that can be turned off to improve battery duration or improve sound quality (great compress i cant notice quality difference), very high volume with low noise, decent battery duration, good sound and great bass boost. The lens is enough good to read cds in average state. Aestetically very pretty.

Weakness:

A bit fragile on top due to the material used for blue transparency, the glossy is easy to scratch. The lens is not the best i could test compared for example against a sony of high tier. The battery does not have a long duration because this model has a long esp system and high output volume.

Price Paid:
270
Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2004
OVERALL
RATING
5
[Jun 22, 2020]
papi36


Strength:

where can I buy this

Weakness:

I like this

Purchased:
New  
OVERALL
RATING
5
[Nov 29, 2015]
rick
Audio Enthusiast

No complaints, other than the MP3 function will not correctly play files that are sampled any lower than 112kbps. If you always use 128 or above, not a problem, but my entire collection is sampled at 96kbps, so I had to upsample anything I wanted to put on a data CD.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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