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Sony CFDS350 Portable CD Radio Cassette Recorder Boombox Speaker System (Silver) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Portable boombox with CD player, cassette deck, and digital AM/FM tuner
  • Compatible with audio CD, CD-R, and CD-RW formats
  • Wide Stage convex speakers provide rich bass and crisp highs
  • 20-track programming, shuffle and repeat modes, and synchro CD/cassette dubbing
  • Includes slim 10-key remote control; measures 16.3 x 6.45 x 10.12 inches (W x H x D)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameSony
Item Weight8 pounds
Product Dimensions16.5 x 10.2 x 6.1 inches
Item model numberCFDS350S
Batteries:6 D batteries required.
Power Source Type120V, 60Hz
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0007XHLXO
Best Sellers Rank #20,852 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.1 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 19, 2005
  
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Technical Details

  • Digital Tuner
  • Cassette Deck
  • Sleep Timer

Product Description

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Take high quality music with you wherever you roam with the stylish Sony CFD-S350 boombox. With a CD player, as well as a cassette deck and radio tuner, you can play those favorites you still have on tape, as well as audio CDs and CD-R/RWs.

The built in "Wide Stage" convex speakers offer rich bass and crisp highs, giving you dynamic sound at your next backyard party or beach outing. A clear LCD display makes it easy to control CD, radio and cassette functions. With 20-track RMS programming, you can play your CD music in the order you choose, and there are shuffle and repeat modes, as well. Meanwhile, synchronized CD/cassette dubbing makes it easy to make mix tapes of your favorite tunes. Lastly, a slim 10-key remote control lets you control the unit from afar.

What's in the Box
CFD-S350 CD radio cassette recorder, AC power cord, remote control.

Product Description

Take high quality music with you wherever you roam with the stylish Sony CFD-S350 boombox. With a CD player, as well as a cassette deck and radio tuner, you can play those favorites you still have on tape, as well as audio CDs and CD-R/RWs. The built in "Wide Stage" convex speakers offer rich bass and crisp highs, giving you dynamic sound at your next backyard party or beach outing. A clear LCD display makes it easy to control CD, radio and cassette functions. With 20-track RMS programming, you can play your CD music in the order you choose, and there are shuffle and repeat modes, as well. Meanwhile, synchronized CD/cassette dubbing makes it easy to make mix tapes of your favorite tunes. Lastly, a slim 10-key remote control lets you control the unit from afar.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Sound was very good.
Robert C. Thatcher
I have an old Sony CD/Cassette portable player that has been through much, and still works.
Donna Wiehn
The cd player was working fine until three weeks ago.
Parvati

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

273 of 283 people found the following review helpful By T. Johnson on May 20, 2005
I had my old Sony Boombox for 11 years & it finally gave out. I saw this one; it looked nice and had all the same basics as my old one. I needed a simple player & this one fit the bill. Many others look too "space age" to me.

When I got it, I put in a CD and it didn't sound like it had much bass. I turned on the Mega Bass & it didn't sound any different. At least with my old Sony you could tell when the Mega Bass was on. Because of the lack of bass I think it's an OK player.

I took my children to a local play gym/arcade, and they had the Sony CFD-F10 there. It sounded great! Sad to say, it makes me wish I did a little more comparing, the extra $10-$15 dollars seems worth it.
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263 of 273 people found the following review helpful By lighten_up_already2 VINE VOICE on June 4, 2006
My oldest son is autistic and insists on listening to the same CD on repeat-mode every night as he drifts off to sleep. He has one of these players in his room. Usually we turn it off after he goes to sleep but sometimes it playes all night.

We are well into our second year of this routine and this CD player has performed flawlessly. We don't let him have original CDs but rather burn the two tracks he listens to over and over to a special CD and let him have it. He has worn out several CDs through scratching and smudging but this CD player keeps going and going.

And, that's another plus, this player will play a CD that is very smudged and scratched.

We were so impressed with this unit that we bought a second one. It has been used extensively and still works like new.

I've occasionally used the radio function and have found that it pulls in stations very well.

My only complaint is that I found the controls confusing. I wish the symbols on the buttons were actually a contrasting color, not just impressions molded into plastic which are very difficult if not impossible to see in low light. Of course, if you use yours every day you'll probably get all your favorite functions down my memory before long.

It only has two speakers that are about 4 inches, so don't expect rumbling bass. In fact, you could probably easily find a CD boombox that sounds better, but probably not at this price point, and when it comes to sheer durability I don't know how this unit can be beat.
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161 of 165 people found the following review helpful By WolfMama on November 17, 2006
I've owned several multi format players over the years and this one sounds the best of all of them. It delivers sharp, crisp sounds without sounding tinny or like it's in a barrel. The bass boost works fine on my unit. If you can't tell a difference you might want to get your ears checked.

I like it because it's small enough to fit on my desk comfortably and it can be carried easily. The handle lays down flat when you don't need it. The antenna folds away nicely under the handle when the radio isn't in use. The earphone jack is placed nicely on top and you don't have to go hunting for it. The power and the sleep buttons are conveniently placed side by side by themselves so you don't accidentally hit them and turn the player/radio off. All in all I like the placement of the buttons, someone put a lot of thought into the placement and use of the buttons when designing this nice little machine.

The LCD display is easy to read, it has larger than average letters and numbers. If you didn't have instructions for this unit you can almost figure it out without them. It's very intuitive and user friendly.

The remote is not too small or too large, and the buttons are a good size, not too small to press easily and not too close together. They're also very clearly labeled so you know which buttons control which functions.

I still have plenty of cassette tapes left and they all sound very good on this unit. It doesn't hiss when playing them. CD's sound clear without any extraneous noises and the high/low range sounds good to my ears. If you want some piece of an audiophiles dream then go pay the price for it. I like listening to all kinds of music from Irish drinking songs to trance and it all sounds great to me on this little box.
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219 of 229 people found the following review helpful By MVM on November 25, 2006
Well, up until recently I was really pretty high on Sony products. But no longer. We bought this unit just under a year ago and the "PLAY" button broke with moderate use. After disassembling the unit, I found that the buttons (especially PLAY, FF, and REW) are all cantilevered away from the cassette handling mechanism. When you combine that with the very thin piece of plastic connecting the button to the mechanism, you have something that's designed to fail. Very poor design, and Sony could easily have done a better job by simply using more plastic in that area. So, since the unit was still under warranty for parts, I called and asked for a new button. No deal! They said that they could only sell me an entire unit, refurbished, or I would have to pay them to put in a new button "for safety reasons". Oh, maybe I could PURCHASE a new button, but they weren't sure.

Let me see the warranty says: "... Sony will supply, at no charge, new or rebuilt replacements in exchange for defective parts for a period of one (1) year. After 90 days from the date of purchase, labor for removal and installation is available from Sony authorized service facilities or a Sony Service Center at your expense." Available? More like "mandatory". They simply would NOT send me a new button, under the terms of their warranty. All they could do was refer me to the "Executive Resolution Committee" - c'mon - for a button???

What is Sony thinking? We are talking about a little plastic button here! Well, the story is not yet over. I FedEx'd the Committee a copy of my purchase reciept, Sony's warranty, and the details of the problem.

We'll see if Sony stands behind their warranty promises - or not. Stay tuned ...
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