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Crosley Radio Cr2402-Pa Performer Cd Recorder

3.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Records Albums and Cassettes To Cd
  • Supports Cd-R/Rw
  • Cd Player
  • Plays Mp3 and Wav Files
  • Programmable 20-Track Memory
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Crosley Radio Cr2402-Pa Performer Cd Recorder

Product Information

Product Dimensions 17.2 x 13.2 x 20.5 inches
Item Weight 25 pounds
Shipping Weight 23.1 pounds
Department Home Theater Components
Manufacturer CROSLEY RADIO
ASIN B001N359HM
Item model number CR2402-PA
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3.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,419 in Electronics > Home Audio & Theater > Stereo System Components > Turntables
#2,258 in Electronics > Home Audio & Theater > Turntables & Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com November 9, 2005

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I have been a musician and music lover ever since I was born. The last 60 years of my life has always involved music. After reading a couple reviews that were not so complimentary, I would like to ask what machine they were using. If you don't like this unit, you must have a tin ear and have no understanding of electronics. The Performer is a device that gives you outstanding bang for your buck. It records LP's and cassettes perfectly. IOt also allows one to play a MP3 player. If someone expects to record a scratched up LP without hearing the inperfections....well, that's not going to happen. Maybe those people should go back to their collection of 8 track tapes. This is a fine product and well worth every penny. Nice job!!!
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If you just wanted this to PLAY CDs, cassettes, LPs and the radio, I might give it three stars, but you could probably get something without a CD recorder for much cheaper.

As a CD recorder, however, it is useless. The recorder has the tendency to stop recording for no reason at random in the middle of a cassette or LP side, thus ruining a blank CD. I got this at a retail store and when the first one I got had this problem, I took it back and exchanged it hoping I had just got a defective one. No such luck, the second had exactly the same problem. Go with TEAC, I have never had a problem with the CD recorder I got from them.
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What a shame that the other reviewer of this item got burnt--but, believe it or not, my experience with this product was even worse. I chose this product by Crosley because I am satisfied with a standard record player I already had from them; but wow, how I was disappointed with this item! As you may suspect, I did get it mostly to be able to record my old record albums onto blank CD-Rs so that I could either donate my old records to charity or just preserve them carefully without using them and wearing them out. Whoops! Despite the fact that Crosley will have you believe that this little ol' machine can copy a record onto a blank CD-R, I wouldn't bet the ranch on it.

I was able to insert the CD-R all right; but even with Crosley's customer service agent on the phone (who didn't know much about this product, telling me this is a new item which it's not) I was totally unable to get this machine to copy the vinyl record onto the blank CD-R. It just didn't work.

In addition, the radio did not work well. Indeed, I had great difficulty tuning into any radio stations at all!

I remain a fan of standard, regular and much more simplistic Crosley record players; they just didn't make this one right. Perhaps they even bit off more than they could chew, trying to make a machine that can perform so many useful tasks. Maybe Crosley will make a better "5-in-1" in the future.

I would avoid this product; maybe I will have better luck with a similar machine by TEAC.
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I got a decent price compared to it's retail price, but it's kind of cheesy, although the sound quality is okay. I read reviews and don't know how long it will work for, so I am using this Christmas present well before the holiday as I know it's life here on Earth may be short. The day it came I set it up to record a CD from an LP, and while the first side went fine, it made loud groans and would give me an error message and not record the second side, until the 4th attempt at doing that side. It also fails to separate the tracks unless you manually tell it every time, or jump through some hoops with another setting that may decide that the decibels are low enough, long enough, to give it a new track number. After recording the CD, I tried to play it on my home computer (to no avail), so I headed down to the Jetta where the sound quality was better than expected. Today I tried playing cassette tapes, and again all started well, but when I flipped it over and played the second side, the speed was dragging and moaning in front of our visiting company. After they left I popped in another cassette and it was fine. I then put the original in and it wouldn't play side 1 as it had earlier, so I flipped it over and now side two played just fine. I was hoping external speakers would work, but no, you need to send it to another stereo then to it's speakers. I'm keeping it (so far) as I really want to enjoy my LP's from the past, and hope to get the best ones onto CD's for the car. It may be only visiting here for the holidays....
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