Released January, 2002
The Pros:Offers a high degree of volume for such a small system. Tiny, rounded design is extremely portable.
The Cons:FM radio sounds very "thin" and of general poor quality. Design is both unattractive and clunky. Very audible speaker buzz during audio playback and clicking noise during CD playback.
The Coby CX-CD239 is a portable CD player that comes with all the basic features such as skip, search and repeat tracks. The digital AM/FM tuner is supported with a telescopic antenna and a digital bass boust sound system that brings out the clarity in the deeper tones.
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Unlike similiar products, the Coby CX-CD239 comes with a programmable memory function that allows the owner to take their soundtracks and rearrange them to preference. The CD deck is tilted to 45 degrees, making it easy to access for its small size. A double digit LED display is included, a standard feature that can be found on the other products available on the market.
- Runs of 6 C batteries (not included)
- Dimensions: 10.25" w x 5.12" h x 10.25" d
- 45 degree tilt to the CD deck
- Small, compact and portable
- Digital Bass Boost Sound (DBBS)
- 1-bit digital-to-analog converter
- Programmable memory function
- Telescopic antenna
- Double-digit LED display
User Reviews (1)
Offers a high degree of volume for such a small system.
Tiny, rounded design is extremely portable.
FM radio sounds very "thin" and of general poor quality.
Design is both unattractive and clunky.
Very audible speaker buzz during audio playback and clicking noise during CD playback.
Requires 6 'C' batteries to run without AC power, making it not even worth the bother.
Cord has to plug inside the battery compartment, making switching from battery to AC power a hassle.
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