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Memorex Sport CD/MP3 portable Boombox with AM/FM Radio and Digital Display/ AUX input
- AM/FM Radio With Digital Display
- Top-loading CD Player
- Programmable CD Memory
- Audio CD, CD-r/rw, MP3 & CD Playback
- Full Function LCD Display
- Analog AM/FM radio with digital display and top loading CD player.
- MP3 playback with multi-session feature (plays digital audio files burned on disc).
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This uniquely designed, sporty boombox features a rugged outer shell, perfect for toting to outside sporting events, the beach, or your yard. Memorex Portable Sport CD Boombox features an AM/FM radio with digital readout, a programmable CD player, and an audio input for connecting your MP3 player or other digital audio device. MP3851BLK includes a bass boost system, AC/DC operation, and has CD, CD-R/-RW playback.
Top Customer Reviews
Well, after using it for less than three months, the CD player stopped working. Don't know why or how, just stopped working. You would assume that its because I dropped it or something but no, I didnt even move the boombox at all during the three month span.
Digital FM tuner is cool. Sure, its actually an analog tuner but with a digital dial so its pretty useful. I'm just angry that the CD player was built so flaky.
Nothing here is resellers fault, but it became in a short period of time--useless junk. First the old time dial for the radio broke, then the cd player began to get temperamental, never playing a full album or just refusing to play at all.When it does work it sounds pretty good, but as stated that is a rare occasion. In my humble opinion, if Memorex had invested another $3 or so in quality up to date raw materials, this could have been a winner.
I think Memorex has withdrawn this product from the market, but if you do come across one, avoid it and pay a few more bucks for a better built more modern product. Just this guys opinion.
Negatives: Could use some more bass, even with the "boost." The radio tuner looks digital, but it's just a tuner wheel with a digital display. I hear some crackling from the speakers when switching modes or pressing the bass boost button, which suggests poor electrical connections inside.