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    1. Aiwa HV-MX100 Hi-Fi Multi-System
    $79.99 $79.00 list($119.95)
    2. Sony ZSSN10PS PSYC CD Boombox
    3. Aiwa Portable CD Player w/ Car
    list($249.95)
    4. Aiwa XR-X7 Digital Audio CD Executive
    5. Aiwa XR-DV700 DVD Home Theater
    6. AIWANSX-D20 STEREO AUDIO MINI
    list($24.99)
    7. Aiwa HP-JS35 Stereo Headphones
    $14.24 $9.99 list($19.99)
    8. Aiwa HP-AJ121 Neckband Headphones
    list($49.99)
    9. Aiwa HP-CN5 Noise Canceling Headphone
    $15.85 list($19.99)
    10. Aiwa HP-VJ201 Neckband Headphones
    list($19.99)
    11. Aiwa HP-VJ202Neckband Headphones
    list($55.00)
    12. Aiwa CSD-A120 CD Radio Cassette
    13. Aiwa LCX-151 Compact Stereo System
    list($260.00)
    14. Aiwa XD-DV380 DVD Player
    $179.00 list($579.00)
    15. Aiwa HT-DV90 DVD Home Theater
    16. Aiwa 3-CD Shelf System (NSX-D70)
    17. Aiwa 3-CD Shelf System (NSX-D30)
    list($109.95)
    18. Aiwa FR-TC5000 Digital Alarm Clock
    list($49.99)
    19. Aiwa CS-P500 AM/FM Stereo Cassette
    list($95.00)
    20. Aiwa TPM920 Full Logic A/R Portable

    1. Aiwa HV-MX100 Hi-Fi Multi-System VCR
    list price: $575.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00001QGUQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 30177
    Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Home theater-ready hi-fi stereo VCR
    • Five language on-screen display
    • Compatible with NTSC/PAL/SECAM systems and tapes
    • 5-speed playback capability
    • Front audio/video jacks for convenient peripheral hookup

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellence personified
    I've used this for 2 years now and cannot fault it. It plays tapes from all over the world flawlessly. The best feature, though is this: I have kids away in college overseas; I can record US programs out to PAL format and they can view them in Europe on their local TVs. Many other top-rate features too numerous to list.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Picture Qulity and Great Compatibility!
    Hi my uncle is a reired news reporter from CBS and has tapes that he has collected of different format type and he has a lot well up in till now he could only watch them at his CBS office ehich he can visit and use the Players but he doesn't live by it anymore so i bought this for him and he LOVES it i love watching the p[akistanie movies and what not!?!?!?! Thanks it's a MUST!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Birthday Giftever
    THis is the best thing there is, This VCR and its technology should be avaiable to everyone, it breaks the barrier of zones and unites the world.

    I don't have to worry about the tapes I receive from India, Germany and France ther are all diffrent speed formats but once inside this VCR I can watch them any time with out running to a Video Conversio comapany and waiting three to five day to view important information.

    I can record my information in format supported locally by my clients and send them a tape which they can play in their VCR back in their country.

    This is the greatest VCR ever, Samsung also makes onebut the picture quality is not as nice as in this one.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic multi system VCR
    Well, quite simply I think this VCR is fantastic. It is easy to use, easy to install, easy to everything. Just pop in your videotape and watch it - doesn't matter where it's from, the VCR decides what system it is and decodes it. Are you a Brit Abroad? You need this. Now you can get all your mates back in blighty to tape the good stuff for you (big train, the fast show, shooting stars, you can't get any of it here you know) and you can watch it with ease. If you really want to, tape your favourite shows in PAL and mail them back to your friends. I am extremely happy with this VCR.

    If you are from france, you may not want this item, since according to the manual, it doesn't deal with the french version of SECAM (only the most expensive ones do - that's the french for you, always have to be different).

    Other good stuff - it automatically switches voltages, and doesn't have a hard wired power cord, so you just get a new power cord if you move to another country, plug it in, and bob's your uncle! You can take this VCR anywhere.

    Now if someone would send me all the Alan Partridge episodes, I would be really happy. Ah well.

    4-0 out of 5 stars From anything to anything (via a 3rd!)
    I have this unit (tho I paid a lot more for it before ... started stocking it! :( )

    It does exactly as described, taking an input signal (or playing a tape) in any one of PAL, NTSC, (ME)SECAM and displaying it on whatever display system you have.

    Better still, if you're really in the mood for something bizarre, you could feed it a signal from a SECAM source, record it in PAL while watching it on your NTSC TV!

    There are also both DIN (push on) and Cable (screw) connectors for RF signals and a seperate tuner associated with both. It certainly decodes MTS (US Stereo) tho I'm not sure if it does so for NICAM (Europe/Germany/South Africa)

    Images are crisp for a non-S-Video device (my one gripe)

    The user interface is OK, but not great. It only has a 6-programme memory, but now that I have a TiVo that's moot :)

    The biggest complaint I have is probably not a factor for many, but it's a killer for me: there are no Discrete power-on and power-off commands (just a power toggle) making it nearly impossible to programme a Philips Pronto to control the power state of the Aiwa. I talked to Aiwa at length, but they refused to provide the Discrete codes, eventually admitting that Aiwa do not have Discrete codes.

    It's soon to be put out to pasture in my setup, only to be used to view the occasional PAL tape or to make recordings for friends and relatives in other countries.

    If you need to view and record VHS tapes in multiple formats, this is definately a good buy (and a good price)! ... Read more


    2. Sony ZSSN10PS PSYC CD Boombox (Black)
    list price: $119.95
    our price: $79.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007Y6AQ2
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 13504
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    Product Description

    The ZS-SN10 Psyc& MP3 playback on CDR and CDRW discsJog lever operaton for music search2 line dot matrix dislayMega Bass SoundCD play modes: Program/Shuffle/RepeatStylish Psyc ... Read more


    3. Aiwa Portable CD Player w/ Car Kit (XPV7250C)

    Asin: B00005T3NO
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 41103
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    Features

    • Portable CD player
    • 48-second anti-shock time
    • Bass boost/EQ, random play, resume play features
    • Built-in recharging capability
    • Car kit and remote control included

    4. Aiwa XR-X7 Digital Audio CD Executive Microsystem
    list price: $249.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005MAFU
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 30004
    Average Customer Review: 3.62 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    With 16 watts per channel and a no-nonsense, high-tech design, this CD-based executive microsystem is ready to rock any room it graces. Ported, two-way speakers offer impressive heft for their size (augmented by Aiwa's Super T-Bass effect), and you can tailor the sound to your preference with the system's electronic graphic equalizer and BBE mode (which clarifies high frequencies and enhances vocals and solo instruments). The AM/FM tuner offers 32 station presets. ... Read more

    Reviews (8)

    1-0 out of 5 stars aiwa sells crap
    I bought two aiwa boomboxes last year. They both died within the year. This company sells crap and they don't care. Buy any other brand!!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great "bang-for-the-buck" for an executive micro system
    I am very impressed with the sound of the XR-X7. This unit offers contemporary styling, several features and crystal clear sound usually found on much more expensive systems. I would say if you are looking for a "kathump-kathump" sound then the XR-X7 is probably not for you. (There is a sub-woofer jack in the back of the unit if more bass is desired, I do not use it.) If you like clarity in your music with accurate bass, then you will love this unit. The unit sounds excellent with CD's but is most impressive with satellite radio. Corner placement really brings the subtleties and definition of the sound alive. I would have given the unit 5 stars except for one feature I felt was frivolous. I feel the screen color adjustment (12 of them) should be traded for a balance control.

    3-0 out of 5 stars It would have been higher, but the remote [is bad]
    My JVC finally [quit] on me and I thought I would try a new flavor. The Aiwa is pretty sharp looking, has lots of features and sounds excellent. I use it in my bedroom, and the sound more than fills the room. However, it comes with possibly the worst remote control in the world! It's about as big as a credit card (and about as thick). To get some of the functions to work, you have to press and hold down a shift button while picking the option (repeat, shuffle, sleep etc...). Pretty much impossible to do with one hand (unless you have six fingers). Because of the remotes rather diminutive size, there is a fear that it would break easily.
    My only other gripe is that there isn't a dimmer on the display. You can change the colors, but you can't actually dim them. It may sound silly, but if you are using it in a bed room, the display can actually be pretty bright and somewhat of a pain in the [behind] when trying to sleep.
    In summary. Excellent machine. [Terrible] remote control. If the remote were more thought out, I would have given the XR-X7 a 5 out of 5...

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good looks and great sound...
    I found this little Aiwa Xr-X7 and figured it would be great. It has a crisp, clear sound and is great for a small room. I definitely recommend it to others. The surround sound is great because it brings out alot of unheard qualities in cd's.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great looks, good sound
    I recently bought an AIWA XR-7. The saleman tried to talk me into buying the AIWA 60 watt powered subwoofer, but I thought he was just trying to sell me something. I should have listened a little closer to what he was saying.

    The XR-7 (without the subwoofer) is perfect for a small room, an office or a dorm room. It's sound is crisp and clear. I love the surround sound feature and the T-Bass modes. However to really fill out the sound you need the subwoofer. If you play your music soft and low, you don't need the subwoofer.

    Would I recommend the XR-7? You bet!

    Did I mention it looks great. ... Read more


    5. Aiwa XR-DV700 DVD Home Theater Mini System

    Asin: B00005NCIJ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 39583
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    6. AIWANSX-D20 STEREO AUDIO MINI SYSTEM

    Asin: B0000655XZ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 38464
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 40 Watts per channel stereo (80 Watts total)
    • Two 3-Way bass-reflex speakers with a woofer and dual tweeter array for crisp high frequency
    • Aiwa selectable T-Bass for reproducing rich, deep, bass frequencies
    • Conveniently placed CD Changer stores and plays up to 3 CDs
    • Digitally-tuned AM/FM radio lets you pre-select up to 32 stations for easy access

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Some kick-a$$ sound from this one!!!
    This stereo packs a punch - it may not be big but it can sure make a BIG sound! The bass and sound options are great - create your own effects according to style and customize to your desires. The remote is handy and easy to use. Radio gets great reception. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting a great stereo at a decent price - go ahead and rock the house!!! ... Read more


    7. Aiwa HP-JS35 Stereo Headphones With In-Line Volume Control (Swoops Style, Black)
    list price: $24.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005NGQJ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 15784
    Average Customer Review: 4.82 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Aiwa HP-JS35 vertical headphones feature solid sound in a small, convenient package. The headband swoops around the back of the neck so that it will not disturb your hair or prevent you from wearing a hat. The headphones attach via a single-sided, oxygen-free cord that resists tangling. An in-line volume control lets you adjust the music without touching your CD or minidisc player. Each speaker has a 0.6-inch driver. ... Read more

    Features

    • Behind-the-head design for snug fit
    • Speaker sits at a right angle to the ear canal
    • L-shaped stereo plug reduces stress on cord and internal connector of your playback equipment
    • Single-sided oxygen-free cord resists tangles
    • In-line volume control

    Reviews (11)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic sound, more power, cooler
    Just a few quick notes-- don't underestimate the value on a single cord coming off one year-- it's really convenient and feels less "fussy" in the gym when I'm on the elliptical trainer. The sound quality on these is better than my old Sony headphones and, notably, these require less power-- I have to keep my mp3 player turned way down to "3" to listen to music comfortably; my old headphones required the volume up to "12". (And the volume goes up to 30, so I suspect most headphones are designed for the 12-20 range... meaning these Aiwa headphoens are very efficient at converting the signal to sound.) Anyhow, I love 'em, glad I got them.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
    I highly recommend these headphones the sound quality is fantastic. I use mine together with my Nomad Zen Jukebox and it roxors my boxors.
    They are very comfortable and fit snuggle into your ears without the danger of falling out. They are extremely light but pack a huge punch. I had to turn my player down several degrees because otherwise I was in danger of getting an inner ear haemorrage.
    I listen to alot of dance music with plenty of pounding base, the aiwa headphones dont even get phased, no distortion and perfectly clear.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent fit and sound for running.
    I purchased 2 pairs of these headphones 6 months ago. The sound quality and fit is excellent. I do have one complaint, however. For some reason, the right channel (the one without the cord connected to it) on both sets has faded and I cannot get it back to the same volume level. I am going to replace them with the same brand because they are so good in every other way.

    5-0 out of 5 stars a great buy
    This is a great product 25 dollars can buy. When my headphones got broken at work, I went out and bought this at radioshack during lunch after I read the reviews on amazon{.com}. Consequently I am very happy with my decision. The egonomical design and sound quality are its two top qualities. Unlike the earbuds I owned before, once this's in my ears, I didn't feel the need to keep pushing it in all the time. I could even hear clearly the piano playing in a mixture of the background music, that ususaly is a sign of good sound quality. There are moments I am just at awe with it's surround stereo quality. All in all, this is a very good product for a small amount of money.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, practical, great for sports
    Over the years I have tried many different headphones for jogging and working out. This is by far the best. The combination of the fit, together with the in-line volume control, make it extremely practical and it provides great sound.

    The volume control on my first set is broken after 3 years (of hard-core use), so I am buying a new set.

    The best use was on the ski-slopes, where the snug fit was crucial, and the in-line volume control meant that I could just turn down the volume to talk on the ski lifts, without going through the whole ski-glove, ski-jacket, ski-hat routine.

    The only (very minor) drawback is that you can't use it to lean back against high seats, like on airplanes. I have a different set for that. ... Read more


    8. Aiwa HP-AJ121 Neckband Headphones (Open Air Type, Burning Black)
    list price: $19.99
    our price: $14.24
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005NGQN
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 12368
    Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Aiwa HP-AJ121 neckband feature solid sound in a small, convenient package. The neckband swoops around the back of the neck so that it will not disturb your hair or prevent you from wearing a hat. The headphones attach via a single-sided, oxygen-free cord that resists tangling and reduces signal loss. Each speaker has a 1.125-inch driver. ... Read more

    Features

    • Behind-the-head design for comfortable fit
    • Open air headphones rest against ear
    • L-shaped stereo plug reduces stress on cord and internal connector of your playback equipment
    • Single-sided oxygen-free cord resists tangles

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Just buy it
    They sound good...Look amazing...and are comfortable..i dont know what that last reviewer was talking about any one can wear these....just put the swoops in back of your ear and if you have glasses just put the head phones on then put ur glasses on AFTER you have them on it feels fine...i wear glasses and i listen to my cd player e v e r y d a y~trust me this is a good buy

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good Sound But not Comfy..
    These head phones sound good but are not very comfy to wear. Specially *not* for people with glasses.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Weird little earphones
    I guess I just prefer the headphones that stick in your ear. I had the aiwa swoops that do that and loved them. They broke and I thought I'd try these. I guess I might have to get used to them yet, but do you see the little plastic arcs above the actual earphones? You're supposed to (I think) put that on your ear like glasses, but my ear is pinched uncomfortably between that and the headphone. Maybe I have oddly shaped ears. ... Read more


    9. Aiwa HP-CN5 Noise Canceling Headphone
    list price: $49.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005M1UY
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 13213
    Average Customer Review: 2.97 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Superior headphones for portable audio
    • Noise canceling design reduces background noise by 70%
    • Convenient folding design for easy transportation
    • 1.4-inch drivers for big sound in a minimum of space
    • Dual plug adapter included for airplane use

    Reviews (63)

    3-0 out of 5 stars The finest in audio discomfort
    I've been a fan of Aiwa since I worked at an electronics store in High School. I'd tell people that Aiwa was pretty much the same as Sony but cheaper. That still holds true -- a co-worker of mine has the exact same headphones with the Sony label and they cost him exactly twice as much. So these are a good value.

    Unfortunately, they're painful to use. I simply love the idea of having a battery strapped to my head but couldn't they at least put it on the outside of the band? The compartment juts out on the inside, as you can see in the picture. The padding on the ear pieces is also quite thin and doesn't provide much comfort.

    I won't comment on the audio quality since I haven't had the opportunity to use them on a plane yet. It doesn't cancel out the background noise of my co-workers but it probably would if they started talking at a lower frequency. I'll try to get them to do that.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Bad out of box
    This set of headphones were bad right out of the box..I have co-worker/friends that have purchased the same product ( refurbished by the same company ) and most have failed to work properly within 2 to 5 days..problems like ( canceling feature doesn't work at all..Humming noise..or bad sound quality ) I wouldn't waste my time or money sending product back to this company..as they can't fix them right the first time..(...)..

    1-0 out of 5 stars What a joke
    I rarely am so displeased with a product that I'll go out of my way to write a negative review of it. In this case I'm that displeased. The noise canceling technology of these headphones consist of "white noise" generated in the headphone speakers, intended to drown out other sounds. Great idea, but if I want to listed to the hiss of white noise I'll hold a seashell up to my ear and tell myself I can hear the ocean. Replacing one type of noise with another is not helpful.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Refurbished -- but still defective
    I bought a refurbished pair for $ from an Amazon partner, "...". They came in some generic packaging with photocopied instructions and a 30 day non-manufacturer warrantee. Evidently there's now a mini-industry of businesses that handle returns and refurbishes them.

    At home they seemed to work. With noise reduction on they had a soft background hiss, and if I moved around in some noise settings they produced an annoying buzz. On an airplane, however, the right earphone produced an earsplitting whine. The headphones are defective, the noise canceling mechanism is malfunctioning.

    I have a nasty suspicion that the headphones were rather minimally "refurbished", and that this defect was the reason they were returned in the first place. It wouldn't show up in simple testing without an airplane volume noise source nearby.

    Don't buy these refurbished headphones unless you have money to waste.

    ...

    1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid these headphones
    I've had these headphones for about a year. And they are truly awful.

    They sound terrible. They buzz when noice canceling is turned on. They are very uncomfortable. And they don't work very well at cancelling the equipment noise in my cubicle.

    A coworker who tried them jokingly suggested that the buzz was the "noise canceling" feature, because he couldn't here the equipment fan noise in his office/lab because the buzz masked it. My experience is the buzz just adds to the noise.

    I've tried to give the headphones away twice. Both times my coworkers have returned them. I'd recommend that you seriously look at other noise canceling headphones. ... Read more


    10. Aiwa HP-VJ201 Neckband Headphones With Acoustic Plus Technology (Swoops Style, Grey)
    list price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005NGQL
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 5859
    Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Aiwa HP-VJS201 vertical headphones feature solid sound in a small, convenient package. The headband swoops around the back of the neck so that it will not disturb your hair or prevent you from wearing a hat. The headphones attach via a single-sided, oxygen-free cord that resists tangling. An in-line volume control lets you adjust the music without touching your CD or minidisc player. Each speaker has a 0.6-inch driver.

    The HP-VJS201 headphones feature Acoustic Plus Technology, developed specifically for in-ear headphones to produce a better fit and superior bass performance. ... Read more

    Features

    • Behind-the-head design for comfortable fit
    • Speaker sits against ear canal
    • L-shaped stereo plug reduces stress on cord and internal connector of your playback equipment
    • Acoustic Plus Technology for better fit in ear

    Reviews (5)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good, but not perfect.
    The bass on these headphones are actually quite good except that you have to push them in the ears so that the acoustic plus feature seals up the ear canal. If the headphones are not inserted properly there won't be much bass at all. The overall sound quality is pretty good, but I think the high end portable sony headphones have a better upper end clarity. The only real problem with the headphones is that they can become quite uncomfortable because they create some pressure within the ear canal when the acoustic plus seals it up. However at least you can wear glasses with these things because the swoops band goes under the ears and not over so that is a plus.

    4-0 out of 5 stars good headphones
    Even though i dont own these headphones, like all other Aiwa products, these should be just as good. These specific set of headphones are really good if you own an Aiwa cd player. If you own a cd player from sony, they will not work as great as they would on an Aiwa cd player. Aiwa says their products have good bass, well they do, but if you have another brand cd player, its not worth getting. For instance, if you have a sony cd player, they are great, but with these headphones, you wont be toatally satisfied with it because sony cd players dont give enought bass with any type of headphones that you use. And if you want these heaphones for loud music and lots of bass, be sure to own an Aiwa cd player because they are ment to be used with other Aiwa products and not with other companys products even though they are compatible, its just how Aiwa makes their products. And i know this beacause i have an Aiwa cd player with Aiwa headphones and i have tryied to mix brands of cd players and headphones and it does not work too well.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Decent
    I bought these headphones to work out with. I wanted a pair of headphones that were neckband headphones and without any foam (so they wouldn't get sweaty).

    These headphones fit my criteria as well as having a good enough sound for my purposes. I found the sound adequate. The dynamic range didn't seem as good as some other headphones I own. I would use them for working out, but for general purpose I prefer other headphones.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Aiwa HP-VJ201 Neckband Headphones
    Pretty good headphones: unbreakable, flexible, comfortable. When you accidentally turn the headphones' cable at the port there will be no sound distortion. it happens to many headphones but not to this one. The ear pads contain air inside and when you insert them it "sinks in".

    1-0 out of 5 stars Where's the bass?
    These headphones look great and the Swoops Neckband makes it comfortable to wear but unfortunately they do not sound as good as they look. They are lacking in bass. If you go to the AIWA site to see the features, you will read that AIWA has incorporated the "Acoustic Plus Technology" and the "Pipe-Phone for Super Bass," designed to increase bass reponse. I had to turn up the bass on my portable Sony CD player (D-EJ815) all the way up and even still, it did not sound as deep and powerful as the ones that came with my portable CD player. ... Read more


    11. Aiwa HP-VJ202Neckband Headphones With Acoustic Plus Technology (Swoops Style, Black)
    list price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005NGQM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 25993
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Aiwa HP-VJS202 vertical headphones feature solid sound in a small, convenient package. The headband swoops around the back of the neck so that it will not disturb your hair or prevent you from wearing a hat. The headphones attach via a single-sided, oxygen-free cord that resists tangling. An in-line volume control lets you adjust the music without touching your CD or minidisc player. Each speaker has a 0.6-inch driver.

    The HP-VJS202 headphones feature Acoustic Plus Technology, developed specifically for in-ear headphones to produce a better fit and superior bass performance. ... Read more

    Features

    • Behind-the-head design for comfortable fit
    • Speaker sits against ear canal
    • L-shaped stereo plug reduces stress on cord and internal connector of your playback equipment
    • Acoustic Plus Technology for better fit in ear
    • Also available in grey

    Reviews (3)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Good sound, but uncomfortable.
    I'm a big fan of Aiwa products, but these headphones disappointed me considerably. The earbuds are pretty uncomfortable and difficult to fit completely into the ear, so I could only judge the quality of the sound from halfway in my ear. Maybe I'm doing it wrong, but if that IS the case, why are they so hard to put in? Plus, the shape of the headphones is deceiving because the curved part (that is supposed to fit snuggly around the ear) goes underneath the ear instead of on top, so they never fit properly on my head.

    I will deal with them, though, because I am not going to buy another pair. And people do tell me I have a freakishly small head, so maybe it's just me.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice...
    These are the best inexpensive... (under 50 bucks) headphones I have used. They are very comfortable because they fit in your ears and do a good job of completely blocking outside noise.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not bad .... I suppose
    These where obviously designed for small people or teenagers in mind since the things wouldn't fit around the back of my head. Personally I find it amusing that these companies seem to think only teenagers or ity-bity people buy products. They sounded great when I put the on backwards. But since I looked ...[bad] I gave them to my Kid. ... Read more


    12. Aiwa CSD-A120 CD Radio Cassette Recorder/Tuner/Synchro Dubbing/Repeat Play
    list price: $55.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005M079
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 21564
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Portable boombox with CD player and cassette deck
    • Analog AM/FM tuner
    • 1.5 watts per channel, stereo sound
    • Record from CD to tape with synchro dubbing
    • Includes a detachable AC cord for continuous play

    Reviews (8)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great sound for a small radio!!!!
    Fantastic sound, fantastic price, fantastic radio!!! The instructions for repeat play on the CD could be a little bit more explicit, but the product itself is a wonderful value!!

    2-0 out of 5 stars There are better choices
    At first glance, this boombox looks very appealing. But a closer look reveals that this is not a decent choice. The small size doesn't compensate for lousy radio reception, mediocre sound quality, and poorly laid out controls. There is no way to adjust the sound (not even a bass boosting switch), plus the cassette deck is equivalent to what you'd find in a walkman, with a small motor and sluggish rewind and fast forward. It's not the greatest at playing tapes no less. What's more is that this product isn't even made by Aiwa- I saw the same thing at a major department store with a low quality brand name on it instead! The only major difference was that the cabinet was a different color (probably to distinguish it from the Aiwa). All the Aiwa products I've seen offer CDRW playback- this one does not, further proof that Aiwa doesn't manufacture this model. Overall, I would not recommend this boombox. There are much better values. The basic model from Philips offers the same options, plus a bass boost switch and excellent radio reception. If you're looking for a good basic boombox, go with the Philips- it's a much better product at almost the same price.

    2-0 out of 5 stars No "Boom" in this Box
    I purchased this alleged "boombox" to use in my woodworking shop, so I could listen to my large CD collection while I worked. For the relatively low price, I didn't expect much in the way of "extras." However, not only doesn't this box have "extras," it doesn't even have a serious "essential," as far as I'm concerned. The sound is just pathetic. The speakers are tiny, tinny and not very pleasing at all. The volume control barely raises the level to what could be called "loud," and there is absolutely no tone control of any kind. No bass, no treble, not even a "bass boost" option. I listen to a lot of bagpipe band music, and the bass drums aren't even audible. My bluegrass is tinny, and my classic rock sounds like it's coming through a transistor radio. While the unit does *function,* calling it a "boombox" is being kind in the extreme. Do yourself a favor and check out the specials .... before you blow ... bucks on this squeaker-toy.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Boombox
    Features: You can play the AM/FM radio, CD, or tape from a button on the side, along with buttons and knobs for tuner and volume. You can also record a tape from a CD with its synchro dubbing feature. And it includes the option of using 8, D batteries, or you can you the AC cord.

    Pros: This thing has amazing sound for its size. It is so small that it can fit on a small table or nightstand, but it still has absolutely wonerful sound.

    Cons: Requires 8, D batteries. Or you can use the short AC cord.

    This is great because it gives great sound, from a small box, at an affordable price. And the fact that its power options are somewhat limiting don't matter because theres always an outlet nearby! I really recommend this product.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific Sound
    I just opened up the box to this new Aiwa CD Player and its wonderul! The boombox is small enough to fit on a nightstand, but plays beautiful music with easy setup! All I had to to was unwind the cord, plug it in and away it went. I used the plug because it requires 8 (yes thats right, 8!) D batteries which isn't worth it. But that doesn't affect me anyway, because there's always an outlet nearby! The is wonderful and extremely high quallity. I really recommend buying this product. ... Read more


    13. Aiwa LCX-151 Compact Stereo System

    Asin: B00000K18F
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 52352
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    Features

    • Electronic graphic equalizer
    • AM-FM digital synthesizer tuner
    • 32-station memory
    • Top-loading CD player
    • Includes remote control

    14. Aiwa XD-DV380 DVD Player
    list price: $260.00
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    Asin: B00005MB4Y
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 28830
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Aiwa's XD-DV380 DVD player is an excellent audio and video component. Combining a 10-bit video digital-to-analog converter and 96 kHz, 24-bit audio digital-to-analog converter, the XD-DV380 conveys a sharp, colorful picture along with accurate sound reproduction. Component- and S-video outputs provide the best color separation and video quality on compatible TVs, while optical and coaxial digital-audio outputs pass Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound to a surround-decoding receiver. Sound is also delivered through two analog audio jacks.

    The XD-DV380 features Aiwa's 3D Surround system, which simulates a four-speaker array through only two speakers, be they part of a mini component system or integrated TV speakers.

    Playback options include still and frame stepping, four slow-motion settings, chapter/title search, and four scan speeds (up to 100 times faster than normal play).

    The XD-DV380 can also be used as a full-function CD player, supporting audio CDs, CD-R, and MP3-formatted discs. ... Read more

    Features

    • DVD/VCD/CD player with MP3, CD-R, and CD-RW playback
    • Optical digital-audio output for Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound
    • 10-bit Video D/A converter
    • 96KHz/24-bit Audio DAC
    • Also includes a Component- and S-video output for better picture quality

    15. Aiwa HT-DV90 DVD Home Theater System
    list price: $579.00
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    Asin: B00005TN7L
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 55324
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    16. Aiwa 3-CD Shelf System (NSX-D70)

    Asin: B0000655Y0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 44610
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Me again....... and the NSX-D70 is still great.
    I am returning to express how pleased I still am with this stereo. It has great sound that comes from 4 different speakers on each speaker box. The jog dial is a great that lets you turn a dial to select different things when using different features. The remote has the capability to control every single feature that the stereo has. D70 puts out great sound when you connect it to a tv/dvd/vcr.......but especially a dvd through the aux inputs. The display is pretty cool, but I don't really need it so there is a feature that I use to just turn off the graphic sound level display. I have not had one problem with this system yet and probably won't. The cassette door is also a pretty cool thing. It is one large opening door but you push with one finger on the left or right side to engane the thing holding the tape so you can take one in while another is playing or open both at the same time. The looks/style/appearance of the Aiwa NSX-D70 is simply great and does not look old fashioned or too over the top.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent sound quality
    I spent a couple of weeks looking for a stereo that allowed me to change the bass and treble to what i liked and to have a great sound that didn't crack or squeek. I spent probably 5 hours online looking through reviews and prices. I finally go fed up and went to circuit city with a personal cd with what i thought had really deep base and high trebles. I looked at everything from executive systems to theater systems and just for fun the Bose and other systems that cost thousands. This machine sounded absolutly awesome. The sound was un matchable only to the high priced systems ... It only cost [a small amount]with the two year extended warranty. It is an excellent system. my only gripe is that you cant change cds while litening to another one. It was a nice feature that i found on some of the executive systems which cost about the same but don't produce the same amount of volume. It'sa an excellent system.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Extraordinary Sound--Sam B. 16 y.o.
    This stereo is amazing. The sound is just great. Deep bass and high .... high's that dont distort at high volumes. I have this hooked up to my dvd player through the aux input and it is simply awesome watching the Matrix or any other dvd. This stereo. The 280 watts of total power never sounds fuzzy or crackles at high or low sound points as my old 3 piece 7 watt per speaker did. NSX-D70 comes w/ a nice remote capable of every possible task. This system also looks great. It exceeds my expectations by at least 20 times and I had great expectations to begin with. Time to go listen to What is Love by Haddaway the way it is suppossed to sound! ... Read more


    17. Aiwa 3-CD Shelf System (NSX-D30)

    Asin: B000063NPT
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 38824
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (2)

    3-0 out of 5 stars OK sound but CDs freeze
    I was perfectly happy with this mini system until about three months after I purchased it. Suddenly all of my CDs began to stop dead in the middle of a song. We're talking brand new CDs here. It doesn't happen at any specific point in a given CD, just randomly. Other times it stops momentarily and then continues. When I try to eject the frozen CD it won't even open unless I bang hard on the unit, which I'm sure doesn't help the problem! I tried various laser lens cleaners and it still happened. I contacted Aiwa and they told me I had to SEND the unit to a place in upstate New York and wait an indefinite period for them to repair it. I don't expect much for $... but I do expect more than 3 months use out of a system.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Sound for the Price
    The Aiwa NSX-D30 is a good system for the price. I would have liked a beefier bass (there are three pre-settings for treble and bass) but over-all the 'control panel' is intuitive and easy to use. I especially like the volume control--a dial that turns up and down (sometimes old-fashioned & simple is best)! The double cassette decks, which open at a subtle touch to the corner, means one can record from one tape to another or from one of 3-CD R/RW and AM/FM radio. A snap to set-up. The design leaves much to be desired--a robotic,metallic on-steroids look--but as a package, great sound for a reasonabl price. ... Read more


    18. Aiwa FR-TC5000 Digital Alarm Clock Radio with AM/FM, CD-R/RW, 3 CD T Cone Mechanism, Sleep Timer, Dual Alarm and Large White Display
    list price: $109.95
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    Asin: B00006AMS1
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 25638
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great sound, but some things not well implemented
    Pros:
    1. The sound quality is this radio's #1 best feature. Be prepared: once you get used to it, you'll never be able to tolerate an average clock-radio.
    2. The time display is a blue background and white numbers, which I find to be bright enough to read but not glaring. As an added bonus it's almost like a nightlight.
    3. Love the weekend skip! Second alarm allows me to keep the first alarm reserved for my "standard" wakeup and use second one for naps or schedule change.

    Cons:
    1. Pray tell, dear Aiwa engineers, what *were* you thinking by omitting volume control from the remote?!!
    2. AM/PM indicator is too tiny to read from a distance so that setting an alarm via remote is tricky.

    It would have been nice if the radio also included the feature of having the alarm increasing volume.

    4-0 out of 5 stars My Radio Review
    This radio is great! The remote control comes in very handy.
    I have two complaints about this radio:
    #1: the alarms may not be loud enough for a heavy sleeper.
    #2: it is not possible to turn the volume using the remote.
    The music comes through loud and clear.
    I would recommend this radio to anyone. ... Read more


    19. Aiwa CS-P500 AM/FM Stereo Cassette Recorder, Ultra Compact Design w/Q Sound
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00005MF7L
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 13228
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Auto-reverse cassette deck
    • One-touch recording
    • Patented Q-Sound technology
    • AM/FM radio
    • Built-in microphone and headphone jack

    Reviews (2)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not as Advertised!
    This cassette player does not have auto-reverse, as the copy says it does.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Small Box But Great Sound
    In my experience AIWA makes boomboxes, cd players and walkmen with excellent sound quality. I have an AIWA "Q Sound" boombox I purchased almost four years ago. It sounds just a good as it did the day I bought it. The Q Sound element gives a whole new flavor to the audio. It really does add a third dimension to what you hear. At this price the boombox is a bargain. ... Read more


    20. Aiwa TPM920 Full Logic A/R Portable Tape Recorder
    list price: $95.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005M1VL
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Aiwa
    Sales Rank: 28034
    Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (1)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Good features, poor design !
    This product although has good feature set, but is so badly put together that i have stopped using it. I bought this for the meetings and to record my thoughts for those times when its easier to speak than write (like 3 a.m. in the morning after a 16 hr. work day) - i must say its a big put off,for the keys are so multi-functional you don't even know if you are recording on the blank side anymore. There is a lot of "adjustment-clicks" that this piece makes (like changing sides, reverse, forward and then at other times for God knows what event...:) ... ... Read more


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