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41. Aiwa CSDTD21 AM/FM Cassette/CD
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42. Aiwa HSRX418 Aluminum Worldwide
43. Aiwa CD/Cassette Boombox with
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44. Aiwa CA-DW538 3-Piece Portable
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45. Aiwa CSDMR1 CD, Stereo, Radio
46. Aiwa HSTX 486 AM/FM Stereo Radio
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47. Aiwa XP-SP920UAB3 Sports CD Player
48. Aiwa NSXDS11 Compact Stereo System
49. Aiwa AMHX30 Portable Minidisc
50. Aiwa TPM130 Microcassette Recorder
51. Aiwa Home Theater System (XS-DS70)
52. Aiwa FRA308 AM/FM Clock Radio
53. Aiwa XR-H66MD Compact Stereo System
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54. Aiwa CSDED67 AM/FM/CD/Cassette
55. Aiwa AV-DV70 Audio/Video Receiver
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56. Aiwa NSX-A115 Compact Stereo System
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57. Aiwa HSTX481 AM/FM Radio Cassette
58. Aiwa AMF70 Portable Minidisc Recorder/Player
59. Aiwa HS-JS275 Portable AM/FM/Cassette
60. Aiwa NSX-A888 Compact Stereo System

41. Aiwa CSDTD21 AM/FM Cassette/CD Boombox
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00004WLMC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 38677
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Amazon.com Product Description

Aiwa's CSDTD21 boombox features a digital AM/FM tuner, CD, and cassette. Its digital tuner offers memory for 30 station presets, while its CD player has up to 30 random programmable tracks and CD-R/RW compatibility. It also synchronizes CD-to-cassette dubbing.

This boombox also has Q Sound, a signal-processing circuit designed to produce a more expansive sound. The front-positioned speakers use a bass reflex system to reproduce lower frequencies more efficiently. Three graphic equalizer presets serve to fine-tune sound.

The CSDTD21 has a headphone jack (headphones not supplied). It comes with a line cord and can run on eight C batteries (not included). Aiwa's warranty covers a year on parts and 90 days on labor. ... Read more

Features

  • CD player with 30 programmable tracks
  • 3 graphic-equalizer presets
  • Digitally synthesized AM/FM tuner
  • Memory presets for 30 stations
  • Bass reflex speakers enhance bass response

42. Aiwa HSRX418 Aluminum Worldwide Digital Tuner AM/FM Cassette Stereo
list price: $57.45
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Asin: B00005M1V3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 28994
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Well Priced Unit
I bought this unit to replace an AIWA JX779, whose tape player wore out after 2.5 years of use. That previous AIWA unit was overkill for my purposes because it had a recording capability I never tried, but it had an excellent radio, tape player, and remote control -- all of which I need. An alternative I tried was the Panasonic RQ-SW88V.

I use the 418 about three hours a day, seven days a week. It takes a pair of AA batteries, which gives fairly good playing time. However, I use two pairs of NIMH rechargeable batteries interchangeably -- I change the batteries after every three hour session, which maximizes battery longevity...

The radio is good but not as good as that of the 779 nor of the 88V -- its more sensitive to antenna orientation and it doesn't hold fringe stations as strongly.

Like my previous AIWA, the preset station memory seems to last even if battery power is absent. The memory setting process is about like that of other cassette stereo players -- tedious enough that you don't want to do it more than once a year, if that often.

You can preset 20 FM and 10 AM stations. There are two FM ranges of 10 presets each. Its all too much for me, as I only use 5 stations per range -- so I set the 5 stations twice in each range in the same order so that I never lose my way when I'm using the remote without seeing the LCD panel.

The tape player is adequate except over rough terrain, when it skips and wobbles -- I've never encountered that problem with a portable tape player before. It doesn't happen with the other two units mentioned above. This might be a problem for a jogger.

Although it's convenient to change batteries in this unit, one thing to watch out for is the plastic piece in the body which the battery compartment door latch engages. The previous 779 used the same mechanism, and that piece of plastic broke after about a year and a half of use so that I had to use a rubber band around the body to hold the battery cover in place. If possible, I would suggest carrying it so that the longest dimension is horizontal rather than vertical -- this takes some of the pressure off of the battery compartment cover and its latch piece.

The remote, which I use extensively, is pretty good but like similar units might be trying for someone with large fingers or for anyone with gloves (me 6 months out of the year). The remote seems easier to use than the on-unit controls, although the latter have more functions, including a button for repeating tape phrases and an S-Bass setting -- neither of which I have ever used.

The nearly twice as expensive Panasonic 88V is better in almost all features (except it only uses one AA battery), but it has a fatal flaw: I use the unit in conjunction with a radio powered remote dog trainer, and the Panasonic remote control switches stations/tape directions whenever I use the dog trainer remote! The AIWA remote is immune to this problem.

I don't use the included "neck" earphones but rather a set of Sony earbuds instead. There is no strap or carrying case included, nor would I expect one at this price. It is the same size as the other two units mentioned above, but it has rounded corners which make it easier to put into and take out of a pocket or other carrying spot -- unlike the Panasonic 88V, which has a very ungainly tape compartment latching knob that gets caught in fabric. The body is thin gauge aluminum, which is light and reasonably dent-resistent, although I've managed to acquire one dent and numerous scratches because of how I carry the unit in a waist-pack with assorted hardware.

When battery power is too weak for tape operation, the unit does NOT chew up the tape like the previous AIWA unit -- it just produces sickly sound quality and eventually stops working.

Obviously I give it heavy use and it holds up reasonably well.

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4-0 out of 5 stars What a portable digital radio and cassette player should be
I bought this product because our family just joined the YMCA--where if you want to listen to TV or CD players, they recommend a digital radio with headphones. I like Aiwa, and the picture looked like a great design.

I was not disappointed. This is what portable radio/cassette players should look and feel like. Slim, light, low profile buttons--but does not seem too flimsy ... Easy to put in the batteries. Pop in cassettes with no problem. Intuitive interface--with one minor exception. (When you use a preset radio station, you have to "change modes" before tuning manually. Okay.) Good sound. Excellent reception. And the little "remote control" wand that you insert between the unit and the headphones is gnarly--even if are not sure what you need it for.

The unit needs a second or two when you push Play, Rew, or FFwd, and it then beeps for some strange reason--but the response is always smooth and reliable. No problems so far.

The headphones are small and not adjustable!--and I have a small head. But perhaps the idea is for them to go around/behind your neck, and then the strange ear clips suddenly begin to make sense. One minor thing the unit could use is a belt clip or a loop for a sports strap--be prepared to set it down or carry it.

I spent extra money because I am tired of ... "walkmen" that do not work and break in a week. So far I can recommend this to anyone who wants a good portable radio/cassette player for a little extra money--but does not need a high end unit that you can take up Mount Everest or into the Pacific Ocean. ... Read more


43. Aiwa CD/Cassette Boombox with Digital Tuner (CSD-TD901)

Asin: B000065CE0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 9153
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars what a piece of crap.
i bought this thing a year ago and now all of a sudden the cd player doesn't work. the unit sat in one place and was not moved for an entire year-not very durable for a PORTABLE boombox. it sounded good while it worked, but for 50 bucks its a little expensive to be disposable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Boom-box available
This boom-box is just great. The sound is excellent. It has a T-bass for extra bass and it also plays CD-R discs. It's a best buy for your money. ... Read more


44. Aiwa CA-DW538 3-Piece Portable Stereo
list price: $115.00
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Asin: B00005M078
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 24925
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 3-piece portable stereo with CD player, dual cassette decks, and digital AM/FM tuner with 30 presets
  • Detachable speakers, 5 watts per channel
  • Karaoke-ready with microphone input and mic-mix level control
  • Compatible with CD-R/-RW audio discs
  • Includes wireless remote control

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Need information
I have purchsed a cx-na-j24 3 piece stereo. I have lost the remote control. I was hoping you guys could help me locate a place I can purchase a new one.

Thanks

5-0 out of 5 stars Great system!!!
This is a great boom box!! The remote works facing the oppisite direction, the detachable speakers are great. Everything comes in crystal clear as well. The sleep is feature is great too, so you can fall asleep to whatever it's playing, and then it will turn off at your set time. I LOVE THIS STEREO!!!!!!!!!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Versitile
It sounds like music should coming out of a thin plastic box

4-0 out of 5 stars Perfect!
I bought my first one for my office. Liked it so much I bought another one to take home. The microphone plug is directly in front. The CD records to the tape player. The only thing I don't care for is the presets are named Pop, Rock and Jazz (or something like that)rather than #1, #2 and #3. What if I only like talk radio, country and gospel?? /Other than that annoyingly trivial pitfall, it works great ... including the remote control.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Stereo!
Good sound from cd, radio and tape playing.
Some adjustment to intena to some radio stations,
but sound output is still good.
Tape dubbing good on normal or high speed.
" Good Stereo, I love mine! "
P.S. = I love the remote control it comes with it.
It beats getting up from bed and turning the stereo on by hand.
" Ha Ha!, I love it!, Because it's all good! " ... Read more


45. Aiwa CSDMR1 CD, Stereo, Radio and Cassette Recorder
list price: $185.00
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Asin: B00000J4GN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 34519
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Measuring just under 1 foot in circumference, Aiwa's CSD-MR1 portable entertainment center will spin your favorite CDs, play your audiotapes, and tune in your morning talk show programs. Six speakers, powered by 2 watts to each stereo channel, reside inside the little, round boom box, and a top LCD display gives you track information. You can repeat all tracks or just a single song. The 9-pound AM/FM radio/CD player also has a headphone jack. ... Read more

Features

  • AM/FM Stereo Tuner
  • 6-Speaker Surround Sound
  • Tone Control
  • CD Repeat (One/All)
  • Unique case design

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars integrated in form and function . . .
. . . it's as entertaining to look at as it is to play! I bought one for a friend, but my sister likes it so much that she's going to get one of her own, too. While I don't know about "surround sound", the sound quality is about what you can expect for the price.

And what a great price! I like this one more than an ugly long thing I got in 92 for more than double this price.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great, fun portable music box!
The Aiwa offers terrific features and sound at a very reasonable price. This funky little unit looks like it will start hovering in space any minute especially when the speaker lights are on. We've been having a lot of fun with it. As some other reviews have noted, the bass is a bit on the light side but is hardly a problem and I would hate to see people miss out on a really fine piece of equipment for such a reasonable price. The CD player is superb; for that matter all the features met and, in some cases, exceeded our expectations. Try it - you'll like it - or at least will have some fun with it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Neat, but not quite cool.
Greatly serves the purpose of portable music. Won't wow the audiophile, or even the pretender, but does very nice job in my 28x32 garage, thank you.

My wife borrowed it so often I've just ordered her one of her own!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Cool design and good quality but not great sound
I liked the surround sound idea but the sound quality did not live up to my expectations. It needs to have more bass and a graphic equalizer that can provide better mid-range control.

Construction quality appeared to be excellent.

4-0 out of 5 stars Lots of fun to look at....
and has good delivery except could use a little bass boost...sounds good if not too loud. Overall, is fun to look at and has pretty good sound...cassette player and radio work well. Nice antenna that hides in machine. Can turn off speaker lights which is good when I take it to work. Can't beat the price either..out performs my daughter's old "boom" box. 4 Stars only because sound could be a little better. ... Read more


46. Aiwa HSTX 486 AM/FM Stereo Radio Cassette Player

Asin: B00000GC64
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 25749
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This Aiwa headphone stereo receives AM/FM radio programming and plays your favorite cassettes. With a slim design, this portable music player comes with 6-key direct preset tuning and super bass enhancement. Other advanced features include automatic reverse, 30-station auto preset memory, and a hold switch. ... Read more

Features

  • Worldwide digital synthesizer tuner (AM/FM)
  • 22-hour playback
  • 30-station auto preset memory
  • 6-key direct preset tuning
  • Super bass

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful
I was hesitant to buy this at first because it was so inexpensive. I figured "you get what you pay for" right? Well, I was wrong. This little walkman is one of the best purchases I made. The sound and reception are great. I got a great deal. No complaints here!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
I bought it before Christmas, and I am very pleased with its quality. Do not listen to that guy who complained this one wasted him a lot of battery because of the easy turning on power button. In fact, there is a lock button, once you use it, all the other buttons will be disabled.

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't believe the bad this is one AWESOME portable for $20
I ordered my 486 and then saw that bad review and was sweating it...but boy were they wrong, this little go getter rocks. First off is the design. Its suberb, I've never had a portable so small, its barely bigger then a cassette.

The sound is crisp, clear, and robust. Of course your not going to have awesome bass, dah, its a freaking small headphone speaker. But this unit can compeate stright up with units costing 2 or 3 or 4 times as much. Yeah I thought, 20 bucks its going to be so so, I was wrong.

I don't have any ideal why its only 20 dollars but unlike others I dont look a gift horse in the mouth, I ride it baby, And boy am I glad I did.

It's everything a portable walkman should be, the problem with the other review was he was knocking it for not deliviring something its not suppose to anyway. It be like me buying a great surf board and giving it 2 stars cause its a crappy sewing machine.

Don't buy this and your missing out on one sweet deal. Its a great walkman that happens to be 20 dollars not a 20 dollar walkman that happens to be okay....

2-0 out of 5 stars Its not that great.
I have owned this cassette player for 3 months now. For the price , it is decent if you also believe the short durability of all cassette players. MY rants: 1. Biggest complaint is that mega bass is more like puny bass. Liked my old Panasonic better. 2. The power button on the front easily turns on by accidental contact. Unless you pull out the batteries after every use, expect to waste alot of $ on batteries. 3. Although it hasn't broken for me YET, the battery door is cheap and looks very breakable; esp in light of pulling out batteries when not in use. 4. For some reason, my cassette player keeps shuttling forward to reverse playback when it is cold. When it warms up, it resumes its normal function. Must be averse to cold.

Rave: 1.Price. Besides I had to use my Xmas certificate from last year before it expired.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Powerfull Portable Disco!!
It's Exciting, beatiful and POWERFULL!!! If you buy this item, you'll never regret. ... Read more


47. Aiwa XP-SP920UAB3 Sports CD Player with Neckband Headphones
list price: $79.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005NWQL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
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Features

  • Portable CD playerplays audio CD and CD-R/RW
  • Water and heat-resistant construction
  • Anti-shock system offers up to 48 seconds of skip protection
  • Three equalizer settings, plus Super T-bass for better sound
  • Neckband headphones include battery meter and stopwatch

48. Aiwa NSXDS11 Compact Stereo System

Asin: B000050I7P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't Be Beat For the Price
When you look at the features compared to the price, this is an unbeatable system. Sound quality is amazing, especially considering the size of the speakers. The fronts are relatively small, but put out an amazing level of soud that only gets distorted as volume approaches rock the foundations level.

Built in Dolby Digital is expensive now, but alows you to save $100 on a DVD player, giving this system an actual future. In addition, built in Pro-Logic also allows for surround sound for those of us who can't afford a DVD player.

The CD player is perfectly adequate. Although mega-disc capacity would be nice, it is hardly necessary. The tape player as well is great, for those rare times when I still use tapes. I've had no issues with sound quality on either. Sound is full and rich on the CDs as well as on the few tapes I've tried.

Input abilities are outstanding. I currently have this set up in my dorm room along with the Aiwa sub-woofer. I have both my TV and computer rnning their sound through it, in addition to the CD player. This fills up my two analog in, but I still have two digital sound inports for Dolby Digital if I can ever afford a DVD player or something else that utilizes digital sound out. Digital sound in is one optical port, one coaxial port. There is also a microphone in jack, as well as headphones. Sound out is accomplished through both analog and digital optical.

Computer games are given an oomph that no set of computer speakers will ever give, and with personal equalizer settings, to go from games to rock music to classical to movies to sports is a cinch.

My only complaints are the tinny center and rear speakers, but this is more than made up for by the outstanding fronts, especially since those mainly just do dialog and environment in movies, and rarely get the big sound. The big noise goes to the fronts, which are more than up to the task. These things can put out some serious sound.

Incidentally, if you're going to spend the money on a system of this level, suck up the extra $160 for the subwoofer. It's worth it. Bass in these speakers is good (long-live three-way), but it is nothing compared to what a dedicated subwoofer can pull. Plus, the receiver is sophisticated to turn off the low frequencies to the fronts and leave that to the sub. Since the fronts are now focused on a narrower range of sound, they are able to produce what is left even better.

Between the system and the subwoofer I spent $750, and it was worth every penny. ... Read more


49. Aiwa AMHX30 Portable Minidisc with headphones & remote

Asin: B00000K0HP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 40275
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Aiwa AM-HX30 Portable Minidisc with headphones and remote is a portable player for minidiscs that's small enough to fit in your shirt pocket. Its slim silver design gives it easy portability, yet its functions and features belie its small size. The Aiwa AM-HX30 is equipped with 40-second antishock and Dynamic Super Linear sound. It boasts a battery life of up to 21 hours and even has a three-point battery monitor so you'll know before the power runs out. Playback options include 25-track programmable play and a random play function. Included with the unit are an AC adapter, a rechargeable battery, a backlit LCD remote, and headphones. ... Read more

Features

  • Slim design
  • Up to 21 hours playback time
  • Full inline remote control
  • AC adapter and rechargeable battery included
  • 40-second antishock compensation

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product!
This portable mini-disc player is an excellent all around player. I already own a recorder so I currently use this one to carry around with me. It's very small and thin, and and comes with a very good remote with a backlight. The sound quality is great and the volume goes as high as anyone would need.

5-0 out of 5 stars For what is, There's nothing better !
I had the Sony MZ-E33. And I must say this Awia kicks it butt ! First, it has 40 sec EAS shock memory, Backlit Lcd Remote, Rechargable battery w/ 8hr playback, Charger,Smallest w/ the exception of sony's mz 55 (399-) and I bought it for 129- @ The Wiz. Great Deal. It also has an additional battery pack for AC Adaptor and disposable battery, while combined w/ supplied rechargable yields 21 hr playback. This unit doesn't skip and plays titles by random, repeat, program, modes. I am very happy w/ it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Player By Far !
I have owned - the MZ-e33 and it is terrible. It broke 3 x's and skipped like a maniac. After several tests, while running, I couldn't get the MZ-e33 to not skip. I used bubble wrap, fastend it on my arm, held in my hand, and still this low quality player continued to skip. So, loving the format, I decided to buy the Awia HX30. 30- cheaper, 20% smaller, rechargeable battery, lcd display, 40 sec shock memory, higher quality metal, sturdier mechanism, and, bu the way, twice the sound quality. Only negative is, I don't like the swoop head phones and you have to take the battery out to charge.

5-0 out of 5 stars Aiwa AM-HX30 Portable Minidiscis great
THE Aiwa AM-HX30 Portable Minidisc is a great pick up. The portable player hardly ever skips with a 40 second electronic skip protection. It is so small that you can put it pretty much anywhere. i would recomend this player to anyone who wants a player that is smaller than a potable cd player with better sound quality

5-0 out of 5 stars I love my aiwa minidisc player!!
I just purchased my aiwa am-hx30 minidisc player from the wiz, and I absolutely love it!! I bought this minidisc player because I'm a music fanatic and I'm always making music mixes. So after researching on the internet which minidisc is the best, I chose aiwa's model. In my opinion, I think aiwa products are even better than sony products.The appearance and most importantly the quality of sound is fantastic!! For anyone who is looking for the best digital sound in their music mixes, I recommend you buy this product. You will not regret it!! ... Read more


50. Aiwa TPM130 Microcassette Recorder

Asin: B00001OX6F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 40464
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Happy Buyer
I am very happy with the product tp-MI30 That i bought atAmazon.com What took me by supprise was How easy and how fast It wasto do this. Keep up the good work and i will be back to buy more products

5-0 out of 5 stars what a great recorder, for the price!
I can't believe nobody did'nt have anything to say about this recorder. it's great & the price is too for a good product like this one, i thought it would be a bit pricey it was'nt. it's got cute features that are soo cool , for instant it's got a switch on the side that you can use your voice to actived the tape to start rolling , but if you stop talking after a couple of seconds it stops & it's also got a second jack on the unit to dub off your mini tape to a big tape. i can't say enough good things about this product so i'll stop now. ... Read more


51. Aiwa Home Theater System (XS-DS70)

Asin: B00005V12E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 47362
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Greay sound for the price
...the sound is great on CDs and DVDs, highly recommended.

2-0 out of 5 stars What is a home theater system?
This so called home theater system does not have a DVD player or even a VCR. How can they call it such?

4-0 out of 5 stars Affordable Home Theater System
The Aiwa XS-DS70 is a great home theater system for those looking to get into the market. The sound is nice and clear, and can be really pumped up when playing videogames or DVD's on the player. The drawback of the system is it seem to sound pretty weak when playing cd's on it. If you're looking for a system that is compact enough to fit into a small room, but still offers a great deal of sound, I'd reccomend this Aiwa product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Solid, Affordable Home Theater System
The Aiwa XS-DS70 is a great home theater system for those looking to get into the market. The sound is nice and clear, and can be really pumped up when playing videogames or DVD's on the player. The drawback of the system is it seem to sound pretty weak when playing cd's on it. If you're looking for a system that is compact enough to fit into a small room, but still offers a great deal of sound, I'd reccomend this Aiwa product. ... Read more


52. Aiwa FRA308 AM/FM Clock Radio with TV & Weather band

Asin: B00000JYL2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 34269
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Amazon.com Review

Heard any good TV shows lately? With the Aiwa FR-A308, you might not have to miss your favorite show even if you're away from the TV. The FR-A308 is the rare clock radio that complements an AM/FM tuner with TV and weather bands.

It's not like listening to cable TV, however; you can receive only over-the-air signals from channels 2 through 13 in your area. So if you live in a big city, you might receive as many as seven channels. In rural areas, with fewer channels, you might be able to tune in two or three. But either way, you can probably fall asleep to The Tonight Show or wake up to Today.

The FR-A308 offers a modern take on the classic cathedral radio (Aiwa calls it a bullet design), with a green LED display set against a glistening black contour. The dual alarms can be set to either a beep tone or any of the four analog bands (AM, FM, TV, or weather).

Although the FR-308 accepts a battery backup--a 9-volt battery is required--it doesn't work like most backups. Most clock radios with battery backup typically shut down when power is lost but preserve the correct time when power is restored. The FR-308 backs up the clock and alarm for about 10 minutes, letting you unplug and move the unit without interruption.

This clock radio can seem confusing to tune at first because the lower end of the TV band is combined with the FM radio. Just remember that you have to adjust a switch on the side of the radio to give you one of three settings: the AM band, FM with TV channels 2 through 6, and weather with TV channels 7 through 13. Once you've mastered it, you'll shift quickly between radio, weather, and TV. The FR-A308's versatile four-band option can be matched by few clock radios.

Pros:

  • Four bands: AM/FM/TV/Weather
  • Easy access to all controls

Cons:

  • Confusing tuning dial
  • Reception on TV and weather bands not as reliable as on AM and FM
... Read more

Features

  • 4-band analog tuner (AM/FM/TV/weather)
  • Digital clock with green LED display
  • Dual alarm (radio or buzzer)
  • Snooze and sleep timer
  • Battery backup

53. Aiwa XR-H66MD Compact Stereo System

Asin: B00001P4PR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 37429
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars XR-H66MD
This is a great stereo system, I highly recommend it to anyone with a portable MD player who is a fan of great quality music. If you dont use MD's, this isnt for you, get something cheeper. Aiwa is the best, Amazon is the cheapest!

5-0 out of 5 stars I Think Theres Something Wrong With The Price
Are you kidding me? This price is unbelievable! Just a 3CD changer MiniSystem with this sound qualtiy should be around 300-350 but then it has a mini disc player and recorder which should be another 100-150. Everything is so easy on this product even recording CD to MD or Radio to MD. I thought dubbing on to MDs might be complicated but its as easy as pressing a button because it is just pressing a button. Seriously, if you have $200 buy this right now. The sound quality is incredible the MiniDisc capabilities are outstanding and the price is outrageous. The price is so good that I saw this product about 6 months ago in the stores at around 450, and if I had 450 then I would've bought it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy it while you can
I did a lot of looking for any unit that was an md system, and everything was $300 or more and they were very tiny with pitiful speakers. And this $200 price is only at amazon i checked at another online electronics place they have it for $300, and the list price is closer to $450. This item is no longer being made so you won't find in any retail place other than these massive online stores. This is an absolutely incredible unit, a 5 MD changer and 3 CD, with an array of recording features and options. If you want to get started in Minidiscs this is the way to go, since you don't have to have any other components or attachments to record, like the $30 digital cable for a portable to record. I'm very glad i found this system. With it's 60watt speakers it provides incredible sound, and has several sound enhancing features. Bass boost, BBE(enhances high frequency sound), surround sound features, and an equalizer with four settings. The only downside is the lack of a cassete player, but if you move to MDs you'll find yourself rarely using tapes again. So again my advice is to buy this unit before it runs out for good.

5-0 out of 5 stars Total satisfaction
I bought this unit and a Sony car MD changer to get away from cassettes. The absence of cassette slots allows a more compact unit, and I just hook up an external deck to record a tape for a friend. Copying one or three of your CD's is one-button simple. Five MD's can be loaded for recording or listening. The manual is comprehensive and clear. I've used the unit in its sleep and wake-up modes as well as making timer recordings of my favorite public radio programs. Can't beat the price. I recommend it highly.

5-0 out of 5 stars This a great system
this is probobly the cheapest price for the merchandise your gettin and i always rely on amazon. you could not get this system any where else for this price and the last price i saw it was for much higher. you get mindisc recorder and cd player which for just one of each would cost around $400 in most stores. this is a great product if you have the cash you should by it. ... Read more


54. Aiwa CSDED67 AM/FM/CD/Cassette Boombox
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00001P4PC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 36449
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Aiwa CSD-ED67 AM/FM/CD/cassette boombox packs a considerable amount of features and options into an attractive, portable stereo system. You can take it anywhere and listen to your favorite music or make quality recordings of CDs. You can even tape your meetings, thanks to the V-Sensor and NFR (Noise Filtration Recording), which reduce background noise and enhance the frequency of the human voice. The flashing record indicator will let you know for sure that the unit is taping.

Spacious, dynamic sound is a main highlight of the Aiwa CSD-ED67. Two upward-firing front surround speakers are housed on top of two normal front-facing bass reflex speakers. The sound from these additional speakers is reflected and slightly delayed before reaching your ears, giving an impressive surround sound effect with enhanced presence and depth. Q Sound, a signal processing circuit, creates a virtual sound stage and enhances the width, height, and depth of your recordings. Combined with more standard features, like Super Bass options and a three-preset graphic equalizer, Q Sound presents listeners with a wide range of sound options.

For users on the go, the three-point battery-life indicator gives plenty of notice before the batteries run out. And the electronic antishock system will prevent mistracking when you are in motion. For privacy, neckband headphones are included with the Aiwa CSD-ED67. ... Read more

Features

  • AM/FM/CD/cassette boombox with voice recorder and digital tuner
  • Multi Sound Processor enhances frequency balance according to your listening preferences
  • 3 preset equalizer settings designed to make rock, pop, and jazz sound their best
  • NFR (Noise Filtration Recording) reduces background noise for voice recording
  • Remote control for easy operation

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Been runningstrong for over 2 years--great indoor unit.
I bought one of these for myself about 2 1/2 years ago. It's an attractive, rugged and lightweight unit. My kid's kept stealing it so I finally broke down and bought each one of them one of their own. All three have worked flawlessly for over 2 years despite being moved around a lot.

The base is a bit weak, but other than that the sound quality is excellent. Radio reception is excellent as well.

What I really like about it, however, is that the volume is well regulated. It's not that you can't play it loud--you can. But it does stop well short of deafening.

This makes it an ideal indoor unit. Loud enough to play while taking a shower without letting the whole neighborhood know what you are listening to.

On the whole, a tremendous value for the money.

4-0 out of 5 stars Still Working Good
Ever since we Bought this like 2 years ago its till working great. its a great stereo for the money but if your looking for somthing to pump out bass and somthing pretty loud try a biger stereo cause this one is a little quieter than some other boomboxes its size, but still a great deal

5-0 out of 5 stars nice little unit
I bought two of these units thinking as a gift for an elderly parent it would be nice and I needed something for my workroom. I was realy impressed with the features and the well intergrated sound. Getting a remote for so little is amazing but getting auto reverse on a good sounding tape deck as well as many other features made this one of the best buys I made this year. Mom loves it and so do I. It is not terribly powerful but sounds great. The combination of features as well as portability make this a great little stereo system for travel a kids room or in my case my office.

5-0 out of 5 stars Incomparable value at the price
Aiwa products have long been known for their clarity of sound and quality construction. This unit is no exception.

The CSD-ED67 provides big system sound in a compact but sturdily built unit. The Q-sound feature gives a very passable simulation of surround sound and, combined with the quality full-range speakers, delivers rich, clean musical and vocal tones. The three pre-set EQ choices are distinctly different and do work well in emphasizing specific frequency ranges for your chosen musical style.

As with most Aiwa units, the sound is more precise than powerful. If you are looking for straight, wall-shaking noise, this unit may not give you what you want. However, if you want pure, sweet tones and distinct separation of vocals and instruments, the CSD-ED67 is up to the task.

This unit does a good job of recording to cassette; however, most of the more advanced functions (specifically, programmability) are accessed through the remote, which can be a bit inconvenient.

Nonetheless, this unit is a remarkable value and provides the buyer with a bargain basement opportunity to enjoy the wonderful world of Aiwa stereo systems. At this price, you simply can't go wrong. ... Read more


55. Aiwa AV-DV70 Audio/Video Receiver

Asin: B00000JXUP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 55767
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Amazon.com Product Description

Digital inputs and an on-screen display make this one of Aiwa's top-shelf units. ... Read more

Features

  • Built-in Dolby Digital (AC-3) decoder
  • Dolby Pro Logic surround sound
  • 120 watts of output to left, right, and center channels
  • 60 watts of output to each of the two rear surround channels
  • Digital signal processor with four presets (dance/hall/live/arena)

56. Aiwa NSX-A115 Compact Stereo System
list price: $200.00
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Asin: B00000JHOT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 48360
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Amazon.com Product Description

This affordable mini stereo system includes super T-Bass, optical digital output, 32 AM/FM presets, and three presets for equalization. ... Read more

Features

  • 50 watts total output power
  • Electronic graphic equalizer
  • 3-disc auto changer
  • Dual cassette deck
  • 2-way bass reflex speaker system

57. Aiwa HSTX481 AM/FM Radio Cassette Player with Digital Tuning
list price: $39.95
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Asin: B00000J4FK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 62439
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Amazon.com Review

The Aiwa HS-TX481 radio cassette player offers several popular features at an affordable price. Its digital tuner is perfect for frequent travelers who want to receive radio programming while on the go, and its long battery life allows you about 18 hours of listening time (with two AA batteries).

The Aiwa HS-TX481 sports a lightweight design, making it easy to carry during exercise or general use. This tape player contains all the essential features, including fast-forward, rewind, and both single and continuous-loop reverse capabilities.

While the player's slick metallic design is pretty, it might confuse some users. We were particularly perplexed at the hold button, which operates correctly with a turn, rather than a push. Also lacking is a standard radio station scan feature. However, the player does contain an auto-preset feature that scans for available radio stations and automatically configures presets for stations with a strong signal. The unit can hold up to 30 different stations. The HS-TX481 also includes headphones and a detachable belt clip.

Pros:

  • 18 hours of playback on two AA batteries
  • Lightweight (6.3 ounces without batteries)
  • Worldwide digital tuner for frequent travelers
  • Up to 30 preset stations

Cons:

  • Awkward preset and hold buttons
  • Slightly difficult to open cassette player
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Features

  • Worldwide digital synthesizer tuner (AM/FM) allows you to program up to 30 preset stations
  • Super Bass feature provides fuller sound
  • Plays up to 18 hours of music on two AA batteries
  • Lightweight size

58. Aiwa AMF70 Portable Minidisc Recorder/Player

Asin: B00000JYKN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 32302
Average Customer Review: 4.35 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Aiwa AM-F70 Portable MD Recorder/Player is a portable recorder/player for minidiscs. Capable of both playing CD-quality sound as well as recording it, the Aiwa AM-F70's capabilities defy its 19.3-millimeter size. The Aiwa AM-F70 is equipped with 40-second antishock and Dyanmic Super Linear sound. It boasts a battery life of up to 40 hours and even has a three-point battery monitor so you'll know before the power runs out. Three-way input and the 20-bit digital/analog converter provide you with a host of recording options.

Playback functions include 25-track programmable play and a jog dial to get you to the exact song on the disc. The unit includes an AC adapter, a carrying case, headphones, rechargeable battery, and an LCD-backlit remote. ... Read more

Features

  • Slim design
  • Up to 40 hours playback time
  • Can record CD-quality sound
  • Backlit LCD remote control
  • Optical digital cable included

Reviews (34)

4-0 out of 5 stars Cool, easy to use and powerful
This MD p/r is maybe the best audio system I've ever used. I don't just only carry around my favorite music with CD quality sound, but record my favorite MP3 files directly from my PC, school classes, make my own mixes, and much more. I reccomend this unit. The ease to use is amazing. Has a great look. The Remote has all you need to operate it while in your pocket, and brings all the necessary accesories, batteries case, rechargeable bettry, AC Adapter/charger, carry case, earphones, and all.

The only thing I would have liked is that it would have included a blank MD to start recording. Ah, and the headphones are a little bit uncomfortable. I prefer small pill hearphones instead of a star-treek looking headset. That's it. Try it, it's worth the price, and your satisfaction is guaranteed!

5-0 out of 5 stars Attractive Player / Recorder with Great Functionality
This product is well worth the costs. In just a few days I was able to compile a 10 minidisc set of all my favorite songs. This recorder is easy to master and gets good playback off the included rechargeable battery. On long trips where I am stationary I use the extended battery attachment. I have just three complaints: the headphones are attractive but useless, I doesn't allow you to name tracks while recording, and it would be helpful if I could view the title of a minidisc by popping it into the player - instead of waiting for it to initialize and THEN pressing several buttons. Still, I would recommend this product 100%. It's well worth the money, especially if you are a music enthusiast. I have yet to use it's live recording capabilities, so I consider that and EXTRA.

5-0 out of 5 stars cool
This MD is like the best, it saves batteries and is worth the price, i would even pay more

4-0 out of 5 stars A good minidisc player
Love the design, rechargable battery, headphones, backlit lcd, sound quality.

Wish it had a belt clip, was lighter.

Never use the carrying case (it's a bag with a drawstring), optical cable (my stereo's not good enough to have an optical out)

Hate that it takes as long to record as tapes do, and that I can almost never record for the entire 74 minutes of a disc. I mean I can but when I play it back it starts to skip after about 50 minutes.

I also had trouble with the door on mine (one day it stopped opening), and the discs no longer eject themselves when I open it, I have to stick my finger in and pull them out.

It can skip too.

5-0 out of 5 stars The poor man's DAT beats the alternatives like a bass drum
I've had this unit for 6 months now and have zero complaints. Audio quality is excellent, despite the flak that MD audio compression takes from critics who mistakenly believe it takes a $1000 DAT unit to get high fidelity recordings. I've used the AM-F70 with binaural mics to record concerts and have been extremely pleased with the results, which I would say give similar DAT recordings a real run for their money. ... Read more


59. Aiwa HS-JS275 Portable AM/FM/Cassette Recorder

Asin: B00001P4PF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 37539
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60. Aiwa NSX-A888 Compact Stereo System

Asin: B00000JYJT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Aiwa
Sales Rank: 37639
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Features

  • 200 watts total output power
  • Built-in powered subwoofers with 80 watts per channel
  • Electronic graphic equalizer with 5 preset and 5 custom settings
  • 3-Disc auto changer
  • Dual auto-reverse cassette deck

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