||Teac has recently introduced its newest product – the CD/MP3
player. Its ultra small design and light weight (it only
weighs 1.89 pounds) make it the perfect traveling companion.
For under $100, it seems like a steal to purchase this unit at such a
competitive price. If you visit the Teac site, for a limited time,
when you buy the player, you will receive a 10-pack of mini CD-R Media and
an MP3 carrying bag for free.
The new unit uses 8cm mini CD-R media and provides 185 MB storage
capacity. Most small units do not have competitive storage
capacities. Despite its compact size, the Teac unit is able to hold
more than 200 minutes of MP3 digital music.
While it records on standard CD-R/RW drives, the Teac unit also has a
built-in digital equalizer and bass boost with 40 second anti-shock.
If you are looking for an MP3 player that will play for nearly seven
hours, this is the unit for you. The best feature is that it only
requires two AA batteries. Some other MP3 players require four to
six AAA batteries, which can be very costly if listening time is
Despite its compact features, the Teac unit can hold a large amount of
playing time on its mini CDs. Its capacity allows three music CDs to
be held on one mini CD-R disc.
For more information or to purchase a unit, visit www.teac.com.
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