Panasonic

Panasonic SL-SX390 Portable CD Player (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

$54.99

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The Panasonic SL-SX390 portable CD player was made for active use, incorporating not only a wired remote control but Panasonic's "No Skip" anti-skip system. "No Skip" construction was designed with rubber bushings to absorb the shock, while a thin and light anti-skip mechanism and anti-skip digital servo system add to the defense. It also boasts a digital-servo recovery system that can detect even a fractional difference in the CD's tracking and quickly recovers before it has a chance to "derail." The system is bolstered by an improved set of error correction chips together with a 48-second backup memory buffer. When a vertical shock (along the axis of the disc) causes a tracking error, the system plays back music from the memory buffer until correct tracking resumes. Since the SL-SX390 enables playback of CD-R and CD-RW discs, you can enjoy listening to CDs that you make in addition to conventional audio CDs. This unit also features programmable playback (up to 24 tracks, in your chosen sequence), random play, repeat play (either one song or an entire disc), as well as S-XBS bass boost and Train mode (which cuts high frequencies for less externally audible or less fatiguing sound). The player includes a "pop-up" disc eject mechanism for easy disc removal. The CD player uses two AA batteries (not included), which last up to 40 hours. You can also power the unit with an optional 4.5V AC/DC adapter, which lets you plug your portable CD player into an outlet. In order to let you load a CD more easily, the top of the player fully opens, and a slide lock closes it back up once your CD is placed inside, making sure your player won't open during playback. With a heat-resistant polycarbonate body, the SL-SX390 can be used in most outdoor settings without worry of damage. However, the unit should not be exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods. What's in the Box CD player, stereo headphones, a wired remote control, and a user's manual.

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