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CC Witness 2GB Digital Recorder/MP3 players with AM/FM

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  • USB 2.0 interface
  • Built-In Calendar
  • Voice recording in MP3 Format
  • Alarm Clock
  • FM Antenna, stereo earbuds


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 2.2 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001F51GU2
  • Item model number: CWT
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,989 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 15, 2008

Product Description

The CC Witness is one of the few digital recorder/MP3 players that also has both AM and FM radio onboard. Designed for the radio aficionado, the CC Witness has 2GB of onboard memory and up to 2GB of external memory on an optional SD card. That's 4GB of memory that you can have with you whenever you need it to record your favorite radio programs, your thoughts, lectures and even music. With so much space built into the unit, you'll have plenty of room to store hundreds of hours of recordings, and still have room for more. If you've ever worried about missing your favorite radio show, than the CC Witness might just make your day — since you can preset it to record up to 20 programs in advance. You can even make MP3 recordings of AM/FM radio programs on the fly.

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I believe this radio is worth the money.
Maury Lee
This CC Witness radio, recorder and MP3 player is exactly what I needed.
T.S
I've had nothing but problems with this device.
The Bear

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

87 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Steven E. Brichta on October 8, 2008
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Great little recorder. Received mine yesterday, charged it up, recorded a few test recordings on AM and FM. Programmed it to record from midnight to 4am and it worked great. Fairly easy to use! AM receiver is sensitive and worked well with no interference. I followed the instruction manual and turned off th AM Radio display to minimize/eliminate any interference. Uses SD Memory devices as big as 16gb! That is in addition to it's built-in 2gb of memory. Maybe in a future model it will use a USB Thumb Drive or maybe a regular USB External Hard Drive! This unit is going to make late night recording and recording of specialty radio programs a real easy task. I calculate my recording usage at slightly more than forty hours a week.
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63 of 64 people found the following review helpful By PCrudy on August 16, 2009
You can get this cheaper at the company's website but you will still be paying $100.00 more than this product is worth. Considering the size of the talk radio market, I am amazed there is only one company making an MP3 with AM/FM radio and the ability to record the radio portion, but that's what it is right now, so you will have to pay the inflated price. The ONLY reason to buy this product is to record talk radio (you can set up to 20 timers; or you can record on the fly with the push of a button). The built in speakers must have been left over from those 1950's radios 'made in Japan' that we carried around when we were kids (I am dating myself!); so get yourself some decent headphones to 'replace' the ear buds that come with the product. If you record music or streaming radio from an Internet source, make sure you record it at full volume; otherwise, when you copy it to the Witness, the sound level is cut in half. This is OK with me, as this prevents you from damaging your eardrums when you crank up Free Bird, or Stairway to Heaven!! I am near and work in the NYC area so the AM stations are fairly powerful so reception for me is ok (some bleed through from adjacent stations) as long you are not near electrical motors and devices etc. FM reception is more than adequate. You have 10 presets each, on the AM and FM which is more than enough. I put in a $35 16GB HP SD card and it that works fine. You are limited to a total of 2000 files but that should not be a problem. It comes with it's own 24 pin USB cable (only theirs will work with the product) but I bought the accessory pack (recommended) that gives you a charging cradle via AC; and a cover to protect your inflated investment.Read more ›
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By K. Lloyd on November 28, 2008
I love the CCWitness. It's easy to use and I never miss my favorite radio shows. I purchased the Witness because it has a built in AM radio. I can record local AM and FM radio. I've also have discovered I can record non local stations by running a line in from my computer. I bought a 16gb SD card and also can use it as a mp3 player for music and audio books. I really am enjoying this device. It was a little expensive, could have got an ipod with video capablities for less but it's the only device I have found that has a built in am radio that records in mp3 format.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Da Boogey Man on April 11, 2009
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Im sort of a radio geek. I listen to a lot of talk radio during my commutes and when I can at work. I also like having all of my music with me on my mp3 player. Unfortunately for me there are almost no mp3 players that will tune in the AM band.

This little guy will do that! Ah, bliss for this radio geek.

Upsides:

Has 2 gigs of onboard memory and a SD slot so you can add more. I went for the 16 gig. There is a button on the front specifically for switching between the two.

The Witness will play mp3 files and tune in local AM and FM signals. This is the devices main selling point. I have yet to find another mp3 player that will also let you listen to AM stations.

The Witness has a built in microphone, as well as a port for a microphone. Now here is a real cool feature. Anything you record (microphone or radio station) automatically gets turned into a mp3 format! Record then download it onto your computer... or cell phone. Ive had people record something on it then transfered the audio file onto my phone to make it their ring tone. I also plug the Witness into my XM radio (using the male/male audio cord that comes in the box) and record my favorite station.

The Witness also has a small built in speaker. The volume and quality aint great. If you are old enough to remember small hand held AM transister radios... its kinda like that. Again, this is going to be something that a talk radio listener is looking for as opposed to the full out music nut.

The Witness can be set to turn off after a certain time or even turn on and record at a certain time for a certain length of time.

There is a sliding switch on the side to 'lock' current settings.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By The Bear on November 13, 2009
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I've had nothing but problems with this device. The first one I received worked for three days, then the screen went blank while I was downloading music and wouldn't come back. The second one I received lasted two weeks, then it stopped playing back the radio programs I was taping, followed by not playing back the music I had on there (all the files were either replaced with ROOT files or files with weird characters on them). When I plugged it into my computer, though, everything looked normal on the E drive and I could play the music through my computer. But the device alone would not do it and was completely screwed up. All the music was downloaded from Amazon's MP3 market, so it couldn't have been a downloaded bug. Either I'm the only one who got TWO lemons from the manufacturer, or this device is badly made. NOT RECOMMENDED.
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