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  • Its model number was MTT3200, and it cost around $20
  • We use it in our bathroom, so I guess it's good enough for that, but we have been really disappointed with the sound quality of it
  • Besides the whole volume issue, however, there isn't much else to complain about

    • by Jolly
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      About three years ago, my mother wanted to purchase a stereo cd player for my father for his birthday. We went to Wal-Mart and found an old fashioned 1950’s replica Memorex Am/Fm stereo/cd player.

      Its model number was MTT3200, and


      it cost around $20.

      While its authentic look makes its appearance unique, the quality of the sound is far from it.

      We use it in our bathroom, so I guess it’s good enough for that, but we have been really ...


      • disappointed with the sound quality of it.

        Even when we turn the volume knob to its max, you can rarely hear the base of a song playing.

        When the volume is on max, it’s like having a normal stereo cd

        player’s volume on low.

        Besides the whole volume issue, however, there isn’t much else to complain about.

        It never skips, and plays all formats of cds.

        I guess it’s a pretty good deal for the little price we paid for it.



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