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$65.99 list($129.99)
21. Memorex MVD2029 Ultra Thin DVD
$32.99
22. Memorex 256MB USB Travel Drive
$16.88 list()
23. Memorex 80-Minute/700 MB 32x CD-R
$108.72 list($149.99)
24. Memorex 8x Internal Dual Format
$4.84
25. Memorex CD/DVD Paper Sleeves with
26. Memorex 40x12x40 External USB
$7.99
27. Memorex Corded Handheld Karaoke
$59.80 $39.00 list($79.99)
28. Memorex MPD8081 Portable Mini-CD/CD-R/MP3
$89.99
29. Memorex Karaoke System with Monitor
$12.99 $8.99 list($19.99)
30. Memorex 700MB/80-Minute 8x-10x
$15.52 $15.00 list($29.99)
31. Memorex MX 3300 Multi Media Keyboard
32. Memorex USB CompactFlash Card
$9.99 $5.99 list($14.99)
33. Memorex 210MB/24-Minute 24x 3"
$26.99 $21.75 list()
34. Memorex Slim CD Jewel Case 5mm
$9.99
35. Memorex OPTIFIX PRO REFILL KIT
list($49.99)
36. Memorex MD5485 Personal CD Player
$18.99 $14.95 list()
37. Memorex USB SmartMedia Card Reader
$6.99 $2.59 list()
38. Memorex CD Clean Cloths (32028006)
$52.99 list($59.99)
39. Memorex Karaoke System with Monitor
40. MEMOREX 32021002 Wet Audio Cassette

21. Memorex MVD2029 Ultra Thin DVD Player
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00006HCEE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 16750
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ultra-slim DVD/VCD/CD player with built-in MP3 decoder and CD-R/CD-RW playback
  • Reads Kodak Picture CDs, offers picture zoom, parental locks
  • Component-, composite-, and S-video outputs for compatibility with a range of televisions
  • Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1-channel digital output for immersive surround sound when used in conjunction with a compatible AV receiver
  • Comes with full-function, 47-key remote control

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Really Nice
This was my 1st DVD player. I really like it. Easy to use. I had to take the 1st one back due to vibrating really bad.I exchanged it for another of the same and it seems to be akay. I wish now I would have purchased a 2nd player same one for other tv in home while it was on sale at Target last week....This is good looking. Simple to use. And many features. I really am "a happy movie go'er" !!!

5-0 out of 5 stars can this dvd-player play european dvd's???
I'd like to buy this product, but I'm from Austria/Europe and I'm afraid if I would buy it, that it wouldn't play european dvd's. please answer me this qyuestion, thank you!

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply Amazing!!!
This thing played EVERYTHING that I had to throw at it!!! Disks that were previously un-playable on other decks played on this one with no problems at all, even unfinalized MPEGS on CD-R. No lack of features either. At $100 each, I bought 2 of them!!! Mpegs, Jpegs, VCD's, DVD+R's, CD-R's, etc.,etc, etc. Such a DEAL!!! I am very satisfied and happy with this deck!!! Forget the funny, skinny, small button remote, it's TOTALLY WORTH it!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Is it Memorex...or is it Apex???
No matter what the price this is a cool unit. It looks sleek, it's competitively priced, and it plays just about everything; mp3, jpegs, mpeg, mpg, vcd, dvd, cd-rw, cd-r and probably more things that I dont know about. Picture and sound are great, it features S-video and component outputs. The remote is strangley designed (very thin and long, with very small buttons) but it's adequate I suppose. However, when I bought this unit and went to set it up, the onscreen displays and menus were strikingly similar (identical, actually) to an Apex 1200 I had bought. So I busted out my faithful screwdriver, popped off the lid and did a little comparison. The Memorex player uses many of the same chips and parts that Apex uses (in this case it was an Atmel chip) and the unit functions are identical to the Apex 1200. I would say that if you are considering this unit, get the Apex 1200 or 1201 instead and save yourself AT LEAST 20 bucks. They both work exactly the same, they are about the same internally, and were probably manufactured at the same plant. The only advantage the Memorex has is the front panel LCD display, which the Apex does not have. Dont get me wrong, it's a great unit. I would definitely recommend it, but for all intents and purposes it's an Apex, with a 20% markup. The choice is ultimately yours. ... Read more


22. Memorex 256MB USB Travel Drive

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Asin: B00008IM8C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 4824
Average Customer Review: 3.78 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars among the best jumps
I have two of these memorex jumps "thumbdrive." Both have worked fine and taken a lot of abuse as well!
To the reveiwer below who had trouble with their USB, perhaps you a a newbie. I suggest you check your machine. I have used a dozen different brands (memorex, sandisk, lexar, etc) and never had trouble with a single one or machine pc or mac, usb 1, 1.2 or 2.0 and any drive. perhaps you twisted it while taking it out.

In any case memorex support is great, I had one drive I crushed in a door (my fault and a strong enough impact to also destroy may car alarm gizmo) and they sent me a new one! I have had otehr brands (ironically the lexar "sport"), where the keychain holder broke, memorex is actually more study than most)

Memorex jumps are also true usb 2.0 and there are a few cheap ones that aren't.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works for me.
I had a bit of trouble getting the drive to be recognized on some of the older PCs at work but soon figured that out.

It takes some getting used to but I now use it all the time to transfer the data I used to carry on floppies and some CDs.

If you can't get it to work for you, stick to floppies!

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst Flash Drive to buy
This is the worst flash drive ever someone can buy. I bought two of them for my personal use and both of them failed to work between USB2.0 and USB1.1. I've two computers at my home with one being USB2.0 and the other one being USB1.1. This flash drive miserably failed to work. Every time, I switch between the USB systems, the flash drive would have to be formatted.

This is more nuisance then ever.

I would never by a flash drive from Memorex ever in my life and I would certainly inform my friends about the same.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at prsiva@hotmail.com

5-0 out of 5 stars VeRy Handy!
Well, I only just bought the thing yesterday, so I can't vouch for it's longevity or the plastic top not breaking or cracking....but....it writes super fast, is very portable, comes with the driver for Win98 on cd, comes with a usb cable for destop users and is so tiny - I can't believe how much data I can put on the little thing. It's really nice not to have to load drivers or worry whether someone else's computer has a cd burner or not...The thumb drive is really useful for me when I go traveling and have to work on projects on the road.

3-0 out of 5 stars Key chain part broke off
I had bought the 128 mb model which is the same case as the 256 mb. It worked just fine as a memory device but the key chain part broke off after 3 month. I know that putting anything on a keychain that is carried in a pocket causes extra stress on the keychain dodads. The Memorex USB drive couldn't take it. The plastic part that held the key ring broke. If you don't carry this is your pocket with keys it should be fine. Not sturdy enough ... Read more


23. Memorex 80-Minute/700 MB 32x CD-R Spindle (50 Discs)

our price: $16.88
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Asin: B00006JHP0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 18781
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Features

  • Package of 50 recordable CD-R discs for audio, video, multimedia, or text information
  • Stores 700 MB of information or 80 minutes of music
  • Compatible with 32x computer-based CD burners
  • Comes in write-once format; can't be erased or re-recorded
  • 1-year warranty against defects

24. Memorex 8x Internal Dual Format DVD±RW Drive, 32023269
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0001EKGG8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 2438
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Internal IDE combination DVD-RW, DVD+RW, and CD-RW drive
  • Comes with IDE cable, audio cable, and mounting screws
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Comes with Nero Express Software Suite software
  • Compatible with Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, and XP

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value
For the price, you can't beat it. I really could care less about the speed. I just want dependability, and this inboard unit delivers. Easy to install, just take the face off your pc, slide it in, plug in the IDE and power, two screws, and that's it. (...)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good deal, good burner
Got this burner on Friday and I have to say I am quite pleased. I already had Nero Ultra, so there was need for the OEM version (they finally put almost all the former "extras"--excepting unlimited MP3 creation--like Dolby encoding (little things like that) that used to double the price. So I can't give any comment on the Nero version so included.

but the burner is solid. No coasters (knock on wood) of either kind. It installed easily. XP recognized it instantly without any "reactivation" required. (I've heard people complain about this but it's never happened to me and this VAIO is six months old.) True Plug n' Play. Something Apple still has trouble with. My VAIO has grey covers which fit over both 5 3/4" slots so the bezel color is irrelevant to me (but I can see if you've got a beige box how it would clash).

As for some of the complaints mentioned, including Joe Turner, I haven't noticed any problems as he has. The burner readily ids any disc (CD or Dvd-x) and displays its name in My Computer. I am running a P4 2.8 dual proc so that might have something do with it. If you're system is older or perhaps you don't have DMA activated, it might take longer for the disk info to hit the processor. In other words, if you're machine is PII 450 with 256MB of 133 SDRAM, yeah, NERO is gonna run slow and the buffering is going to slow everything else down. With dual 2.8 GHz processor cores (the P4 HT), it ain't a problem.

As for the "pokey" speeds for CD writing, I coped, using CDClone, an entire CD (Rush's "Power Windows" which I bought, egads, almost twenty years ago, but it was starting to show "eaten" away spots...so much for CDs lasting a century!), drive to drive (the Vaio came with a Pioneer 106D, which while on the slow side itself, I moved down to slot 2, replacing the ASUS CD-ROM drive the 'puter came with) is less than 4 minutes. I don't know why anyone would need to burn an entire CD in less than for minutes. Maybe there's somebody, but I can't see any real difference.

Other than, the drive works great and I would reccommend it to anyone. I haven't had the chance to get any 8x DVD media. I'd already bought a large quantity of DVD+Rs 4X's and those have to be used before I buy the 8x discs. Besides, they are little pricey right now; too pricey just to be able to say, "Hey I backed up a whole movie in 7 minutes, cool, hunh?"

Sure the new Sony I saw the shelves at Fry's will burn CDs at 40x speed. But in my book that ain't worth the extra hundred the Sony will cost you. Plus word of mouth on Sony optical drives--in my years in the industry--not very good and the reviews here on Amazon seem to indicate it hasn't got much better.

But if you're looking for a solid drive, good burning software (that having been said, if you've already got a good burning package that you're comfortable with, I'd leave it alone; Nero includes a lot of stuff that, while not exactly 'bloatware' in the classic Micro$oftian sense, isn't really useful to the average consumer who wants to burn movies of the grandkids, make perfectly legal--see 321 decision by Judge Susan Illston--backup copies of DVDs you own; but if you are into authoring your own DVDs or Divx (Can TVs display MPEG-4 video straight from the video card?), then it's got everything you need; also, it's burning engine is excellent and is required if you want DVDShrink to burn the discs it transcodes for you) and don't need the fatest car on the block--so to speak--then this solid optical drive's features and price point make it a good choice.

I deduct only one star for the inclusion of a stripped down version of Nero instead of the Ultra Package; or, failing that, an upgrade coupon for the "maxi-big" version, to quote Jar-Jar Binks. Odd that Ahead or Memorex would miss the "upsale" opportunity. In any event, A-.

4-0 out of 5 stars Burn Baby Burn
I searched and searched for a burner that would fit my budget and also have some of the bells and whistles I wanted in a DVD Burner. As far as $$$ goes this thing is a great deal, at this time I don't think you can find a better deal on a Multi-format name brand DVD Burner.

I use it in conjuction with DVD Xcopy (non rf version) and DVD Shrink and it works great. I only have two complaints

1) Slow CD Writing Speeds 24X
2) Only comes in black so it doensn't match my Beige PC case.

Problem #1 is easy enough to fix. For a small price around $50 you can pick up a 52X CD Burner DVD player combo. This will allow you to have a fast CD Burner on your system and a DVD player so you won't have to switch out the DVD your copying. You can just put the DVD in one drive and the Blank in your burner and walk away. No need to watch and wait then switch.

Also works well with all DVD-R Media I've used. Memorex 4X disks, Imation 2X Disks and Verbatim Digital Movie 4X Disks.

5-0 out of 5 stars True 8X Memorex
No more coasters, Just leave out the nero software, it seems to slow down my applications, but none frezzes, other than that perfect burner!!!! Wow!

4-0 out of 5 stars Recommend
At first glance, this dual format DVD drive will give you the biggest bang for the buck. Install is easy and bundled software plentiful. However, this drive isn't perfect compared to the CD-RW drive that I replaced. My only complaint is speed.

When you drop a CD or DVD disk into the drive, it takes a long time to identify what kind of CD or DVD media is in the drive. More importantly. the DVD and CD write speeds are pokey at best (fastest write speed for CD is only 24x). When I install software from CDs, it seems to crawl.

While this may not be an issue for most casual users, my rationalization for purchasing a DVD writable drive was to whittle away the huge pile of CD-Rs I have sitting around. I simply wanted to load the CD-Rs and copy them onto DVD, allowing me to throw away 4 or 5 CDs for every on DVD-R I made.

No problem, until you take into consideration about the time involved in identifying, reading, and copying files to and from the drive.

Still, the drive works as advertised, and I haven't yet experienced a buffer overrun or underrun (no more coasters). Recommended. ... Read more


25. Memorex CD/DVD Paper Sleeves with Window (50-Pack)

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Asin: B00006HXLO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 16252
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great addition for all of those CD Spendals.
These Paper sleves with windows are great for CD Spendals. I purchased these to protect the cd's I make for friends and family to keep them from getting scratched. Not as good as a hard plastice case but all in all you get what you pay for. ... Read more


26. Memorex 40x12x40 External USB 2.0 CD-RW Drive

Asin: B000076W0P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 49434
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Product Description

The Memorex external CD-ReWritable 40X USB 2.0 drive provides a simple way to add a high-speed CD-R/-RW drive to a desktop or a laptop computer to create, archive, duplicate, and save any information. ... Read more

Features

  • High-speed external USB 2.0 CD rewritable drive
  • Comes with 40x write, 12x rewrite, and 40x read speeds
  • 2 MB buffer
  • Includes Roxio Easy CD Creator software
  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT 4.0, Me, and XP

27. Memorex Corded Handheld Karaoke Microphone - MKA301
list price: $7.99
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Asin: B0000AHSAM
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 2026
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28. Memorex MPD8081 Portable Mini-CD/CD-R/MP3 Pocket Player
list price: $79.99
our price: $59.80
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Asin: B000068U29
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 8387
Average Customer Review: 2.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With its handy MP3 song-search feature and pocket-friendly size, Memorex's MPD8081 takes full advantage of the tiny 3-inch (8 cm) CD-R format, playing full-quality CD tracks as well as MP3 compressed-music files. An 8 cm disc holds more than three hours of compressed music (compared with about 21 minutes of CD-quality PCM audio). Memorex boasts nearly two minutes of electronic skip protection (ESP) in MP3 mode (45 seconds for PCM), so the device is ready to go anywhere you do.

The MPD8081's search feature lets you hunt for tunes by subject, title, or artist. The player also offers 64-selection programming memory (program by track or album), multi-session-disc playback, random play, repeat play (one/all), and a single-bit digital-to-analog converter for optimal sound quality. The player comes with compact earbud headphones. ... Read more

Features

  • 8 cm pocket CD player plays mini CD/CD-R/CD-RW/MP3-CD
  • 2-line dot-matrix text display for artist and track information
  • MP3 file search by subject, title, or artist
  • 120 seconds antiskip protection (MP3 tracks), 45 seconds protection (PCM audio)

Reviews (48)

5-0 out of 5 stars Balance or price, size, and memory
I was looking for CD players for quite a while until I ended up looking for mini-cd players. They all have 185-210 megs each CD, depending on which you buy, and MP3 encodes at about a meg a minute, so that ends up at 185-210 minutes of music. One reviewer said that they couldn't rip his own songs and put them on, which means he was probably just stupid, because after they're ripped MP3's are all the same, so I don't know what they were thinking. They also said the battery life was only 4 hours, which is also untrue, because I use rechargeable batteries which don't have as long a life as normal batteries and I still get about 8-10 hours of battery life. With normal batteries I get 10-12 hours. One reviewer talked about a click at the end of the tracks, but I didn't find that annoying. I usually listen to my songs at a low volume and didn't even notice it until I went and read these reviews, so I turned the volume all the way up and did hear it, but it isn't loud or anything. The CD player is about 4 inches wide, 4 inches tall, and 1 inch thick. The biggest problem is the thickness, but it still fits into the pockets of all of my pants. I was happy to find that the buttons are designed so that the buttons aren't pushed while it's in your pocket or bag or something. The buttons are still big, and the interface is fairly simple and easy to use. I put MP3's in between 48 and 192 kbps and all of them worked. It loads up very quickly, only about 10 seconds with a new CD. The skip protection is good, if longer then 2 minutes it spins for about 16 seconds while it's playing and then stops spinnin, and then after 2 minutes spins for another few seconds during play. The headphones are good quality, but mine went faulty from not taking care of them very well. It's pretty well built, since I'm rough with all my things, and I have little brothers and sisters that get into it and drop it and whatever else they want to do to ruin my life, and it still works fine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sounds great, less filling!
After researching mp3 players, reading customer reviews, and watching the net for new models over quite a few months, I was prepared to be somewhat disappointed. Perhaps because of this, I did not want to spend a lot of money. I am completely SATISFIED and HAPPY with the Memorex MPD8081. This is my first mp3 player. My player's main function is to let me listen to music without having to run the whole computer. It's connected to my Monsoon MM-702 computer speakers and the combination sounds GREAT!

Mini CD's give you the best compromise between low cost, portability, and compatibility with the most widely available devices. This player plays mp3 format files and normal CD-DA (wav files, red book, whatever) only. If there are any mp3 files on a disk, wav files will be ignored. Disks snap onto a spindle which holds them the way a ratchet holds a socket. There is no backlight and the headphone jack does double-duty as the line output. A dial on the side regulates volume and a small switch controls dynamic bass boost. The only other side-mounted control is the sliding latch for the spring-loaded cover. Overall construction is high quality. On my unit, two small places on the side where friction inside the packaging scraped away the paint--very minor.

Comes with street style headphones and three blank 210 MB mini CDs. If you use headphones you will probably want another pair. The non-adjustable headphones included may be adequate for some folks. Sound is good and noise level in the electronics is quite low. No specs are given. No software is included. There is a 4.5V input in back but no included AC adaptor. The unit powers ON via the play button on top and OFF via the stop button pressed twice. Turns off after one minute of inactivity to conserve power. No batteries are included.

Controls are simple, the manual is clear, functions are intuitive and the unit behaves flawlessly. Mp3 format is the only supported format; the manual says up to 384 Kbps. Also says packet writing and multi-session are supported. I have not tested all of these. I've made one CD-R with mp3's in five directories and one CD-RW containing only two wav files. Both work just fine. Random function is quite intelligent--on a mp3 disk all files in a directory are shuffled (no-repeat) and played before moving on to the next directory. You can fast-forward and rewind within a track for either mp3's or wavs. For me, so far, startup time has been very short (6 seconds for 54 songs), but the manual warns that it may take up to 30 seconds on a disk containing many mp3 tracks.

Only caveats you might consider: A previous reviewer was annoyed by the slight click at the end of a song. I was concerned when I read this but I do not find it to be very annoying. Sometimes (not often) a delay between tracks interrupts the "flow" of a recording and that IS annoying. Side topic: don't purchase a bunch of "extra length" 210 MB cd's before testing them with your burner. My first CD-RW burner (Samsung) had trouble using these so I switched to "normal" 185 MB cd's. I have not tested this with my newer burner and I suspect newer drives don't have this problem.

My review would not have been so long if I wasn't very happy about the product. Amazon has treated me very fairly and I praise them. I do, however, believe that product descriptions here and for other items are somewhat lacking. I highly recommend this product.
(original 01-Oct-2002, additional comment 16-Feb-2003)

Addendum
I'm still pretty happy with it, but I might give it only four stars now. I found others comments interesting; you have to wonder about the people who didn't realize it only played mini CD's -- perhaps this speaks to Amazon's sparse product blurb and single picture. The Memorex web site is woefully lacking in product information, as stated by reviewer "gadget_guy". Battery life is decent; get ten hours from alkalines. I would like for the cover to have less free play--it clacks a bit while buttons are being pressed.

I've noticed some annoying sonic 'artifacts' generated by the player's built-in mp3 decoder that do not happen when I listen to the same files with the computer. I'm going to re-encode the problem albums using a different bit rate. (One of them is Peter Gabriel's "melting face" album which is bizare enough without any help from the decoder.) Software tips: I've played around with Easy CD and Nero Burning; I prefer Nero. I made the mistake of purchasing the mp3pro plug-in from ahead for $19. What good is mp3pro when hardly any device supports it? I switched to the free program called CDex for ripping audio from CDs.

Regarding the inter-song gap created by the player: I began to get very annoyed at this so I searched for a way to rip/encode several tracks into a single giant mp3 file. Long story short, CDex can do the job hassle free. (Wasted a lot of time mucking with the wave editor.) If I had the disk "Abbey Road" I would definitely rip/encode the songs into two or three giant files. Still the best mini-CD player around from what I can tell. Yeah, the iPod is cool, but I'd rather have a new motherboard, Pentium 4, DDR-SDRAM, etc.. for the same money.

3-0 out of 5 stars Read This Before You Buy
Works good. But the product is made cheaply. Very delicate product. I was disappointed just in 5 minutes after looking at this player.

1-0 out of 5 stars don't waste money
I bought this at a electronics store near where I live, and I was estatic about it. After a few days my feelings had changed. First of all, my unit has problems connecting to a AC adaptor. It is very tempermental about when it thinks it is connected to one, and if you move it or the AC adaptor, the whole thing shuts off. Also, on Windows 98, you cannot rip songs from your CD's and put them on a mini cd in MP3 format, so any songs you want to listen to you need to download. The battery life is also under 4 hours play time. Overall, I have been compleatly unsatisfied with my experiance with it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sonic Artifacts
I really liked the idea of a compact player, so I thought this 3" cd player would be just the ticket. The unit seems to be very cheaply made - which goes along with the $30 price. The big problem was the audio artifacts introduced from the MP3 decoder. That and the annoying click after every track compelled me to throw this into the trash after a half hour of distorted sound. Don't waste your money! ... Read more


29. Memorex Karaoke System with Monitor and CD+G Player - MKS5620
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B0000AHSAS
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 31466
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Karaoke system with CD+G Player and cassette tape player
  • Plays CD+graphics discs or regular music CDs
  • 5.5" black and white monitor
  • Dual microphone jacks and separate volume controls
  • 1 dynamic microphone included

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Sad News
I purchased this item as a family fun form of entertainment.The kids (4 and 6 yrs.) were so excited to get it all set upto sing.Unfortunately, the monitor didn't work at all.We could hear the music, but the words were all squiqqly and fuzzy.My husband and I question the quality control work that is done before this item is packed in its box.Also, who knows when Target will receive this item again?It hasn't come in since right after Christmas.After reading the reviews below on this item, I will probably purchase a better quality brand.

1-0 out of 5 stars Another Lemon
My Kids received this karaoke machine as a present on Friday, January 2, 2004. By Tuesday, January 6, 2004 - the monitor no longer worked. Overall, very disappointed with the item.

1-0 out of 5 stars Broke after one use
Got this for a family memebr for Christmas. Was used once and the speaker gave out. The speaker was weak to begin with and then started to rattle with any songs that had bass. Bad quality machine.

1-0 out of 5 stars bad cd player
I bought this as a Christmas gift from Target. After one day the CD player just stopped working. I took it back to Target for an exchange, but they were out. I was searching the web to find another, and was surprised to find a comment on this site with exactly the same problem. I think I will look for something besides Memorex.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worked for about 23 hours
I bought this machine for my son for Christmas. It worked great Christmas day and he had a lot of fun. Until it completely stopped playing any CD the next day. Then it wasn't so fun. I'll be returning it and trying a different brand. ... Read more


30. Memorex 700MB/80-Minute 8x-10x CD-RW Media (10-Pack with Slim Jewel Cases)
list price: $19.99
our price: $12.99
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Asin: B000067VC5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 16549
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Won't work with Philips Jackrabbit CD-Rewriter
I tried using these CD's with the Philips Jackrabbit CD-Rewriter and they don't work.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fast write, slow read
These worked well for my cd-r drive which is a 12x10x32 Lite-on. Mine burns cd-rw @ 10x and it works at that speed. Pretty good! Of course, almost all cd-rw disks read at much slower speeds than cdr disks. Most of the time cd-rw read at 8x (depending on your drive). Most cd-rw drives do not specify the speed at which it reads cd-rw, if your doesn't, it's probably reading cd-rw's @ 8x. These memorex disks are the first CD-RW disks with both, 700MB capacity AND high speed 4-12X. If you have a drive that supports higher than 12x, you should purchase memorex's "Ultra high speed" cd-rw which allow writing @ 12-24X. They come in red box instead of blue.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dave
Don't waste your money on these CD-RW discs. They don't work on all high speed labeled CD-RW drives. Won't work on (name brand) Creative Labs high speed CD-RW drive. Works some on NEC drive, but if you record music on them they "lock up" and and won't allow you to re-write the disk again, it just shows disk error when you try to erase it. I have had no problems with other brands of high speed CD-RW media from Yamaha or Imation. ... Read more


31. Memorex MX 3300 Multi Media Keyboard
list price: $29.99
our price: $15.52
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Asin: B00008IOXP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 12488
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars I love it precisely because it CLICKS!!! Helps w/ Carpal Tun
Let me first state that I have carpal tunnel and after surfing the web for a few hours, my right arm is in lots of pain. Keyboards, such as this one, which is "click-y" (it uses springs under the keys) has been proven to reduce carpal tunnel. HOW? The clicking sound actually provides both an auditory and tactile feedback-you can hear and feel when you press a key. Since you don't get the auditory or tactile feedback with membrane keyboards (which the majority of keyboards are), you tend to push down on the keys with much more force than necessary to engage the keys. I also love all of the "hot buttons" - they reduce my need to use the mouse, which tends to aggravate my carpal tunnel. I love the fact that it has a scroll wheel on the left hand side as well. I used to use Microsoft Office keyboard but the keys hurt my fingers. I even tried their latest Wireless Elite Keyboard. That one felt better but they eliminated several of my favorite "hot buttons" like Word, Excel, Cut, and Paste. It was also too big and you couldn't remove the palm rest. I personally don't like them and I like the fact that you can remove it from the Memorex keyboard (or not install it at all). It is also programmable so you can change the default buttons. Yes, it may sound a little like you are "trotting on a horse" when you type but it'a music to my ears.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good keyboard, but clicky
I bought this a few days ago and it's definitely a quality keyboard, with plenty of extra buttons and straightforward software. It has extra keys for the internet toolbar, MS office, multimedia, and copy/paste. The scroll wheel is a nice touch, though most mice nowadays have them already. However, be warned that this kb is very clicky. The noise can be irritating at first, but one gets used to it. The included palmrest is very comfortable, and has a nice semi-rough texture. ... Read more


32. Memorex USB CompactFlash Card Reader

Asin: B00006B817
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 13415
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Features

  • For Type I and Type II CompactFlash Memory Cards
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000; Mac OS 8.6 and higher with USB enabled machine
  • For users of digital cameras, MP3 players, PDAs, and other portable devices
  • Bus Power (no power supply required)

33. Memorex 210MB/24-Minute 24x 3" Pocket CD-R Media (Cool Colors, 10-Pack)
list price: $14.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B000067VBQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memtek
Sales Rank: 30047
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Memorex Cool Color Pocket CD-R incorporates the 8cm CD-R. The Pocket CD-R can be used with CD-R cameras, CD/MP3 personal recorder/players and CD-RW computer writers, offers 210MB of storage capacity and can fit into a standard CD tray. Memorex Cool Color CD-Rs come in 5 exciting "Cool" Colors (Black, Yellow, Red, Blue, Purple) ... Read more

Features

  • 8cm disc designed to fit into the small inner tray of your CD drive or with CD-R cameras
  • 21 minutes/185MB storage capacity
  • 1x-24x write speed compatible
  • Jewel cases

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Disks for My MP3 Player!
I have purchased 3 of these 10-pack CD-Rs. I have used some of these to make MP3 disks for use with my Philips portable MP3 disk player and they are just great for that! They obviously don't hold as much as the regular sized CD-R disks but these are all I need. I have also successfully burned just regular data to a couple of these disks. All is well with these little CD-Rs. Buy them if you have one of the MP3 players that use the 3" disk type.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Size Is Right
Two words: shirt pocket. Are there files that you like to keep with you, and you want to be able to carry from the office, to home, and beyond?

USB flash drives are great, but if you have access to CD burners and want to keep files with you, this is a fantastic option--and at a fraction of the price of a flash drive.

5-0 out of 5 stars SWEET!
I love these little toys.don't use them for just WAV files (or regular music cd files), that makes them a total waste of money.using them as MP3 cd's however is perfect.they're great because you can keep them in your glove box in your car, and if used as MP3 cds, you can keep like 3 albums on one disk.Plus, they're cool!it says so in the product description.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awsome mini cds
To tell the truth, I actually got the 5-pack of the cdr's, but i was very happy with them, where they may not have very much space on them, they are still very cool. ... Read more


34. Memorex Slim CD Jewel Case 5mm (Assorted Colors,100-Pack)

our price: $26.99
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Asin: B000067VC3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 3872
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Get the TDK - better price better quality
Memorex Jewel case arrived with many cases broken, the TKD is has probably thicker and more duarable

3-0 out of 5 stars ITS WHAT YOU'D EXPECT FOR SMALL PLASTIC CD CASES
A FEW WERE CRACKED...THATS WHY I DIDNT RATE IT A 4...CANT GET SO EXCITED ID RATE PLASTIC CASES A 5...NO MATTER WHAT..... ... Read more


35. Memorex OPTIFIX PRO REFILL KIT ( 32028020 )

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Asin: B0007YZTS2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 15836
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Product Description

The OptiFix Pro Refill Kit will help prolong the life of your OptiFix Pro. It can be used with all OptiFix Pro ET devices. The refill kit includes 1 oz. cleaning solution, 1 ml. repair solution, one set of cleaning pads, and one set of repair pads. This is good for additional 15-20 cleaning cycles and 5-10 repair cycles. ... Read more


36. Memorex MD5485 Personal CD Player with FM/AM Radio and 45 Seconds of Anti-Skip Protection
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00006CFLL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 14090
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Memorex MD5485 is a personal CD player which plays audio CDs, plus CD-R discs. This simple and affordable CD player sports a bass boost system which produces a richer sound, especially when using headphones. The MD5480 offers a forty-five second anti-skip system, perfect for those who listen to their player while jogging, walking or commuting on the bumpy bus. It is possible to hook up this player to a home stereo or boom box via the line-out jack. With the right optional equipment, the MD5485 would be a nice option for those wishing to use their personal CD player as a CD car stereo. With four play modes (normal, repeat, shuffle and twenty-four track program) there are many options to listen to your favorite CDs. The LCD display will keep you up-to-date on track and time information.

In addition to the quality CD player, the MD5485 also offers a FM/AM receiver. Tune into your favorite radio stations as you commute or exercise. With ten FM and ten AM presets, choosing your most listened to stations is a cinch. Much like the CD player, this radio receiver offers a deep bass sound.

The player runs on two AA batteries, either alkaline or rechargeable. Typical alkaline batteries will last for approximately twenty hours. For unlimited listening, use the included AC adaptor. Other notable features include: resume, 8X digital oversampling and a one-bit D/A converter. The casing is heat-resistant and the casing's color is a sleek and modern silver.

What's in the Box
Memorex MD5485 personal CD player, stereo headphones, AC adaptor, user's manual and a ninety day warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Personal CD player supports audio CDs, plus CD-R discs
  • Includes FM/AM radio; 10 FM and 10 AM presets
  • 45 seconds of anti-skip protection
  • Bass Boost Sound for full sound
  • 20 hours of playback on 2 AA alkaline batteries

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars re: everything but
it does not play compressed mp3, which is what i bought it for. it plays regular cd's just fine, but so what. so does my computer.

3-0 out of 5 stars Just Ok
I would recommend this unit if you're not going to do much moving of it. If you plan to buy it to use when you're exercising, I would recommend you look at other available models if you're going to use the CD player because this unit will scratch your CD or skip easily. If you're going to use the radio part, though, it will be fine.

5-0 out of 5 stars This thing has a built in Radio
Amazon left out a few things about this product:

1.) The PLL Digital Tuner ((PLL) Phase Locked Loop) offers drift-free reception, and will adjust automatically to better receive your favorite radio station when necessary. You can also presets 3 FM and 3 AM stations for tuning at the touch of a button.
2.) The unit will also playback CD-RW Discs.
3.) The Player has a full LCD Display, when listening to the radio it shows the radio station, (By Number) and when listening to a CD Shows the Track/Minutes/Seconds
4.) 24-Track Selection Programable Memory, which allows you to program the order in which you want the CD played back, up to 24 songs per CD.
5.) The Portable has the standard CD Functions, Track Skip Up/Down, Random Play, and Repeat One/All.
6.) Oversampling: 8X digital filter.
7.) You have the option of turning off the ESP (Electric Shock Protection (Anti Skip)) this will save your batteries when the player is sitting in one place and not susceptible to jolts.
8.) It ships in Clear Hard Plastic with a 4 color display card that has all of the pertinent information on it.
9.) Comes with Headphones. (Over Head, Bar Style.)
10.) Takes 2 AA Batteries, which are not included, so make sure you pick some up. ... Read more


37. Memorex USB SmartMedia Card Reader

our price: $18.99
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Asin: B00006B818
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 25489
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple, easy, non-intrusive...Great!
This is a great little USB based smart card reader. There aren't any moving parts, bells, or whistles, which is just the way it should be.

Slide in the card, open up "My Computer", click the drive letter, and there is your stuff.

I plugged this into my Windows 2000 based PC's USB port and the machine recognized it, did whatever it had to do, and was ready to go to work. I didn't have to load any drivers at all. (woo hoo!).

I bought this to go along with the digital camera that I purchased for my wife so that she could easily get pictures off of the camera. It is indeed as easy as expected.

The only thing that would make this product even better is if it would also stand on its side instead of just flat.

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible!
Unless you enjoy raising your blood-pressure, don't bother trying to make this work with Windows 98. Installing per Memorex's instructions does not work. The Customer Support page at Memorex doesn't help either.

1-0 out of 5 stars Can't find the dang drivers
Cute little thing but the bare bones instruction sheet tells me to install what's on the CD, then remove the CD and restart the computer. The instructions go on to say that when the reader is plugged in the computer will recognize it and automatically install the correct drivers for it. WRONG. My computer recognizes the new device but wants me to tell it where the drivers are. I've tried looking on the CD and in the very folder that the reader's program is installed but my computer still claims it can not find the driver. Go to Memorex.com and you have to fill out a very lengthy form and become a user before you can get an answer and I bet after all that I still won't know where the drivers are. I hate this thing already. ... Read more


38. Memorex CD Clean Cloths (32028006)

our price: $6.99
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Asin: B0000YUQOG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memtek
Sales Rank: 6953
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39. Memorex Karaoke System with Monitor and CD Player - MKS8501
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B0000AHSAU
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 46804
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 5.5" black and white monitor
  • CD player for CD+graphics discs and regular music CDs
  • Dual microphone inputs and separate volume controls
  • Voice echo effect
  • 1 dynamic microphone

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Vocal Quality-- But Kids Are Content
I will admit I wasn't expecting that great of quality from this low-end machine (purchased at Target for around $50<br /> However, my low expectations were not met.<br /> <br /> The biggest issue is that in order to hear the people singing you need to turn their volume to Max and have the echo in the middle.Another issue is that you need to sing very close to the microphones in order for it to pick up your voice (the unit came with one; we purchased one extra and had same issue with both).This causes the sound to get quite distorted. I would also agree with the person who indicated 5 watts does not provide enough power.But for the kids playing in the front room it was sufficient.<br /> <br /> The kids love singing so they don't seem to mind.We didn't have any of the other issues described.Yes, it only comes with 1 CD with a few sample songs, but I believe it was clearly labeled on the box and for this price what do you expect?<br /> <br /> We only had one other technical issue with a CD we purchased in that one song didn't play right.<br /> <br /> In summary, I would recommend reading some of the reviews on higher-priced models and see if you get a better bang for your buck.

5-0 out of 5 stars No problems
I bought it first, for my daughter's birthday, then read the reviews.I was more then a little worried.Happily it still works and my girls still love it.We have not experienced any of the problems the other reviewers have.

1-0 out of 5 stars junque
i bought one of these for my daughter at christmas. right out of the box, i would not work at all(picture a disappointed six year old little girl on christmas morning). the cd-player was completely out of alignment and would not read any cds or g-cds. cool design - well conceived feature/function/price wise - but the quality is terrible. returned for another - it never worked right either (this is not an ignorant operator). finally got my money back and bought a name brand.

1-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Worthless
I bought this unit at Target for a special birthday party.After two songs it quit working properly.Most people keep saying its the microphone. I find that the microphones were fine, since I got two of them when I bought the unit.It is the unit that does not work once it gets warm.This unit should be recalled by Memorex because it does not work and has ruined many people's plans for good fun.I strongly urge people not to buy this product because of the frustration it causes when you need it.Target was good enough to receive it back along with the extra microphone I got with it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay for kid, not for serious singing !!
Counter points:
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(1) compact, (2) light weight, (3) easy to carry to picnic and hook up to ac/dc inverter, (4) not expensive at least than $70.00, (5) also come with a lyric screen and a mic and a cassette player/recorder., (6) the mic picks up voice pretty well, no need to turn the mic volume all the way to here the singer's own voice., (7) echo, active voice control work well, (8) hooking to TV screen is easy or to other audio systems is easy too.
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(1) The 5 watts output is apparently too little. In open picnic area, you need a better one with at least 10 watts output.
(2) If you sing along the songs and if you sing too loud or with high pitch, the CD+G player sudden pauses for a few seconds, perhaps to avoid resonance effect.
(3) It only comes with one mic., some other system by Memorex comes with 2 mics.
(4) Sound quality is only so-so.
(5) No DVD or VCD format, only CD+G or CD or CD-RW
Recommendation: buy only for under $60.00 on sale, or for kids for singing in a small room or even in a compact car. ... Read more


40. MEMOREX 32021002 Wet Audio Cassette Head Cleaner

Asin: B00009V3V6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 32111
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