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$189.99 list($279.99)
161. Panasonic KX-TG5110M 5.8 GHz DSS
$23.99 $18.99 list($29.99)
162. Panasonic RQ2102 Shoe Box Recorder
Too low to display $70.95 list($79.99)
163. Panasonic KXTG2314W 2.4 GHz DSS
$249.99 $190.00 list($299.99)
164. Sony M-2020 Microcassette Dictator
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165. Panasonic SCHT820V Home Theater
Too low to display list($59.99)
166. Sony SRF-H11 S2 Sports FM/AM Radio
$43.99
167. Panasonic SL-SX430 Portable CD/MP3
$759.05 $699.99 list($899.99)
168. Panasonic PV-DR2714 Triple Play
$1,687.50
169. Panasonic PTL500U Video Projector
$119.99 Too low to display list($129.99)
170. Panasonic PV-D4744S Progressive
$29.99
171. Panasonic 128 MB Secure Digital
$68.95 list($99.99)
172. Panasonic KX-TGA271W 2.4 GHz Accessory
173. SpongeBob SquarePants CD Player:
$89.99 $85.99 list()
174. Panasonic KX-TG5200M GigaRange
$37.99
175. Emerson Portable CD Player with
$22.79 $8.99 list($24.99)
176. Panasonic KX-FA92 Fax Film
$338.95 list($399.99)
177. Panasonic SVAV30 MPEG4 eWear Digital
$39.87 list($39.99)
178. Panasonic RF-SW50S Portable FM
$101.50
179. Panasonic 512 MB Secure Digital
$1,159.99 list($1,399.99)
180. Panasonic CT-34WX54 34" TheaterWide

161. Panasonic KX-TG5110M 5.8 GHz DSS Expandable Cordless Phone with Answering System and Dual Handsets
list price: $279.99
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Asin: B0000950SC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 2669
Average Customer Review: 3.52 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Note: Panasonic is discontinuing its popular 5100-series. Check out the newer 5200-series instead, like the Panasonic KX-TG5212M GigaRange Supreme 5.8 GHz DSS Expandable Cordless Phone with Dual Handsets and Answering System.

The Panasonic KX-TG5110M is a state-of-the-art cordless phone that combines style, comfort, and the latest technology, resulting in a system that's ideal for the home or small business. The 5.8 GHz band combined with frequency-hopping digital spread spectrum transmission provide a clear connection with all the roaming space you could ask for, while the NiCD battery provides an average of six hours of uninterrupted talking time.


Supports optional headset for hands-free convenience

Features include a fully digital answering system with three separate mailboxes--ideal for homes with small businesses or active teenagers. Each mailbox may be fully operated from the handset or headset, as well as the base. The four-line backlit LCD displays up to 50 phonebook entries for speed dialing and are ready for caller ID/call waiting service from your local phone company. With this service, the names and numbers of the 50 most recent callers will be displayed, along with the time and date of the call. Panasonic includes a one-year warranty covering parts and service.



Add handsets for more freedom throughout your home or business
What's in the Box
Base, two handsets, handset base with AC adapter, two batteries, instruction manual, warranty card, telephone line cord, belt clip ... Read more

Features

  • 5.8 GHz DSS operation
  • 2 handsets included; expandable to 8
  • Digital answering system with 3 mailboxes
  • Caller ID with call waiting
  • Speakerphone and headset jack

Reviews (65)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Phone I've Owned / Tested
I bought and tried three different 5.8GHZ phones available on the market... Uniden, VTech, and the Panasonic. The following is what I found:

Uniden
The Uniden looks good, but only performs decently. The handset is a bit big and clunky, and fairly heavy too. The worse feature of the phone is the ear piece. It sounds very tinny and not really that impressive for a phone of this quality and price. It's like talking to someone with a tin can up to your ear... all treble and no bass... doesn't sound natural. Probably the worse sounding ear piece I've ever heard on a phone.

VTech
First of all, it doesn't truly utilize 5.8GHZ technology... it's 2.4 one way and 5.8 the other... so this still can cause problems with outside interference and computer networks. The phone performs fairly well, but there was nothing that special about it's performance or features. A 2.4GHZ phone for more than $50 less would perform the same.

Panasonic
WOW! BY FAR THE BEST PHONE ON THE MARKET. I honestly found no flaws with this phone. Great range (further than the other two), never experienced static once, great sound and clarity from the ear piece, really nice answering machine and caller id features, very clear displays,.. the lists goes on. Just an all around great phone. I'm glad I tested them all out to see what was the best bang for my buck... the Panasonic 5.8GHZ phone blows the other 5.8ghz phones out of the water... it's not even close. If I hadn't tried them all, I may have been satisified with the other 2, but having tried the Panasonic, I wouldn't even consider the Uniden or VTech phones... they are mediocre in comparison to the Pansonic... yet cost the same price.

Go with the Panasonic... I love it. Best phone I've ever owned.

3-0 out of 5 stars great features, not good sound quality
Being a big fan of panasonic phones I got this to replace my aging 2.4ghz panasonic coldless. The features are great, handset speaker phone, extra handset, ability to check messages from handsets, but for some reason, I'm getting bad sound quality, kind of a crackeling sound when i turn on the phone, my wife says that all calls sound like you're on a bad cell phone call because it breaks up. Well back it goes to amazon, I think I will try the 2.4ghz with 2 handsets. It should be known that I do use Vonage voIP, so I don't know if that has anything to do with it, but old panasonic 2.4 ghz worked fine on it.

update - I picked up the newer 5.8ghz KX-TG5240M (try google search) plus extra handset KX-TGA520M and it works great, crystal clear on vonage, has a NiMH battery and talking caller id. Not sure if I got a bad KX-TG5110M unit, but the KX-TG5240M is a better phone anyway.

1-0 out of 5 stars Buggy; answering machine fails often
After the warranty period expired I noticed that the device starts "losing" memory -- where you may have started with 15 minutes available for messages it would go down to four minutes, 3 minutes, and now, my machine thinks it is full all the time. I erase all the mailboxes, clear the greeting, all to no avail. I called Panasonic and they give you a reset procedure that simply does not work (hold down mute, hold, and transfer buttons while plugging in then press #3). It has been a horrible experience.

1-0 out of 5 stars 8 Phones - 2 Dead LCDS, 8 dead batteries
We purchased the base station and 8 total phones. Sound quality is great, but after a few months the batteries started going bad. At this point we have replaced all of the batteries at least once - and the new ones are starting to go bad.

Turns out they made a poor engineering decision to use Nicad batteries which are an outdated technology. The batteries basically stop taking a charge after a few months of use and have to be replaced.

We also had the LCD go out on 2 of the phones.

I expect all the positive reviews here are immediately after purchase. Wait a few months and your batteries will die.

Also, Panasonic's customer support is not helpful. I have asked them multiple times to just send us new batteries under warrantee. They will not do this - they claim they aren't aware that this is a common problem and they refer you to a service center and it's at your expense to ship them the phones when all you need is a replacement battery.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst Reliability Ever!
I have never written a review that spoke poorly of a product before, but this phone system is more than deserving of a bad review.

I purchased a complete system of these phones, consisting of the base unit, and 7 extra accessory handsets. So, I have a total of 8 of these handsets. Since I bought them about 10 months ago, I have returned 9 phones for exchange. Do that math. This means that I have had to return every one of the original phones I received and then one of the "refurbished" units they sent to me as well. And I'm apparently about to return another now too since the battery won't hold a charge. On many of them, the LCD screens stopped displaying anything, or became so faint you couldn't read them. Adjusting the contrast setting did nothing. On other units, the battery would not hold a charge...they simply would not charge more than enough for about 2 minutes of talking.

The quality of these phones is absolutely the worst in any electronic product I have ever purchased. I expected much, MUCH!more from the flagship phone in Panasonic's product line.

This phone is a good concept, with good features, and good sound quality. But don't let that fool you. Chances are, you will be returning these lemons for an exchange before much time passes. I've spent over $50.00 in postage just mailing these things back to Panasonic for replacement, and then the replacements are just as defective. I am really disappointed because the features of this entire system fit my needs perfectly. But apparently, according to Panasonic, I can't have my cake and eat it too.

By the way, I am not one of those newbie owners that doesn't read directions. I fully charged every one of these units for 24 hours before even programming them. On two of them, the LCD displays went dead just in the first 24 hours of charging!

Completely unacceptable product. Look elsewhere for a 5.8Ghz phone system! I can not believe they are still being sold. They should absolutely be pulled from the market and recalled by Panasonic. ... Read more


162. Panasonic RQ2102 Shoe Box Recorder
list price: $29.99
our price: $23.99
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Asin: B00004T1XK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 2412
Average Customer Review: 3.38 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

One-touch recording combined with standard controls such as cue, review, and pause make the Panasonic RQ-2102 a complete portable cassette recorder. The built-in condenser mic allows for easy, automatic recording, and a three-digit counter lets you keep your place. There is a 3-inch dynamic speaker for quality playback. The Panasonic RQ-2102 runs on four C batteries or AC power. An AC adapter is included. ... Read more

Features

  • Portable design, built-in carrying handle
  • 3-inch dynamic speaker for monophonic sound
  • 1-touch recording
  • Built-in high-sensitivity condenser microphone
  • Operates on 4 C batteries (not included) or AC power adapter (included)

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars horrible
I doubt that they are all this bad. Maybe I just got "lucky". The first time I put the tape in, the motor could hardly pull the tape. When I tried to record, it played back all shaky, like a playing a record off-center on a turntable. I returned it.

2-0 out of 5 stars A big disappointment
I bought this tape recorder after I read a good review here. If the review was truethful, I must have gotten one from a bad production batch. With the volume set at the mid-range, I could hardly reproduce any audible sound. The volume has to be at maximum before I could hear discernible voices without putting my ear right above the speaker. It also records a lot of anoying background noise. I had bought recently an Aiwa micro-cassette tape recorder which turned out to be nearly useless. I was hoping this one, using a full size cassette and with a large speaker, would not have the problem of smaller one. But that was not the case.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice recorder
I just bought it and am very happy with it. Like a previous reviewer, I use mine for song ideas and also for singing practice. I prefer the larger speaker of a shoebox recorder because it provides better fidelity and more volume than you get with hand-helds. And although I don't move my recorder around much, I wanted both portability and a direct AC connection.

Before buying the Panasonic shoebox recorder, I compared it to the GE 3-5027. I chose the Panasonic because the Panasonic comes with a removable power cord that plugs directly into the wall and the recorder. The GE recorder uses an AC adapter with a transformer that plugs into the wall and has a thin wire that plugs into the recorder. I always use AC, not batteries (because as batteries weaken, the music changes pitch), and I've had bad luck with adapters where the wire goes bad or the little connector that plugs into the recorder doesn't fit snugly causing intermittent power losses. I prefer a connection that's more substantial and durable.

The GE recorder is also 3 inches shorter (7.38") than the standard shoebox recorder (which is approx. 10.38") and appears to have smaller buttons. Since I have large hands, I prefer the full sized buttons of the Panasonic. (I didn't actually measure the buttons or compare the two recorders side-by-side, so this may be just my perception.)

If you plan to primarily use batteries, have limited space, and want a shoebox style recorder, the GE 35027 may be right for you.

The Panasonic is approximately 10.25 inches long and comes with an AC power cord, tape counter, mic jack, and 8 ohm monitor jack. I primarily use the built-in condenser microphone for recording. The recording sound quality is incredibly accurate. My only negative comment is that, at least with my recorder, the biasing is high, meaning that the pronunciation of an 's', as in "eyes", occasionally hisses or splats.

I also looked into buying one of the PoGo! RipFlash MP3/WMA hand-held recorders instead, but decided that the cost difference wasn't worth it since I can already convert my cassette recordings to audio CDs for a more permanent backup by connecting a cable from the monitor jack of the recorder to the input jack of my computer's sound card.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little Recorder
Great little recording tool, almost perfect sound recording for
the price definitively the best all-around simple tape recorder,
much better than Radio Shack's $49 and even higher priced. The
standard recorder. Great for seminars, school, I use it for
phone recording and song composition. I have a recording studio
and this is a very valuable piece vs. the costly equipment.

1-0 out of 5 stars No holes for jacks
I was disappointed with this product because it didn't has the jack holes that my old recorder had but since I discarded the box I didn't send it back for credit. ... Read more


163. Panasonic KXTG2314W 2.4 GHz DSS Cordless Phone with Dual Handsets and Caller ID (White)
list price: $79.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00020KZM6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 365
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The KX-TG2314W from Panasonic is a 2.4 GHz phone system with several useful extras, including a second handset and caller ID compatibility. By utilizing a 2.4 GHz signal and frequency-hopping spread spectrum technology, the KX-TG2314W is able to offer clearer reception at greater distances than traditional analog phones, while Panasonic's Voice Enhancer technology expands the frequency range of the phone's signal, resulting in cleaner, more intelligible speech.

The caller ID features a 30-number internal memory, while a 30-number phone directory allows you to store your most important numbers internally for easy recall. A display-and-dial feature also allows you to scroll through the caller ID and phone directory lists and dial a number with the touch of a button.

A handset speakerphone is provided, while headset compatibility and an included belt clip allow you to communicate on the phone while performing other daily tasks. An illuminated keypad makes dialing in poorly-lit environments a snap, and the second handset allows you to have telephone extensions in separate locations, without an additional phone jack. Additionally, a wall-mounting option lets you keep your countertop clear from any unnecessary clutter.

What's in the Box
Base, two handsets, remote charging cradle, two AC adapters, two battery packs and covers, one telephone line cord, instructions, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 2.4 GHz digital frequency-hopping spread spectrum signal
  • Includes additional handset and remote charging cradle
  • Caller ID/call waiting, 30-call memory
  • 30-number internal phone directory
  • Illuminated keypad, wall-mountable, handset speakerphone

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent phone with nice features
If you are looking for an expandable cordless phone system,
this is not it. This phone has 2 handsets and cannot add the third.

Things I like about this phone are:
o Two handsets - You can do intercom, page one phone from another, transfer calls between phones, or conference with outside line. This is the main reason I chose this phone.
o Speaker phone on handset - A key feature that's very important to me.
o Phone book synchronization - You can copy phone book entries one by one or copy all entries at once.
o Chain dialing - So you could put your calling card in one memory entry and dial numbers form other memory entries.
o Battery indicator, line-in use indicators (on base and handset)
o Nickel Metal-Hydrate battery.
o Good sound quality
o Lighted keypad for night operation
o Ring tone with nice melodies selection

Things could improve on this phone:
o Add one button speed dialing
o Louder speaker phone volume
o Add a ringer on-off button, (now you need to go through the menu to program the ringer off)

Overall this is an excellent phone that fits my need.(I don't subscibe to call display and I didn't evaluate call display related features)

4-0 out of 5 stars Better than expected.
The sound on this phone is much better than I expected. I like the idea of two handsets..which can be kept in different parts of the house. They can also be used as intercoms.The memory phone book is displayed on the screen, and phone numbers can be accessed easily. So far, I have not noticed interference from other electronic equipment. The manual is easy to use. The volume of the handset locator needs to be slightly louder, but all-in-all, I enjoy using the phone. ... Read more


164. Sony M-2020 Microcassette Dictator and Transcriber
list price: $299.99
our price: $249.99
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Asin: B00006IACG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 15190
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Includes built-in microphone for conference recording, hand microphone, mic cradle, slide switch microphone, and remote microphone/telephone recording jack
  • Built-in speaker
  • 3-position automatic backspace for transcribing confirmation and variable playback speed
  • Compact design for small desktop footprint
  • Comes with 2-function foot control and headset

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Caution with factory refurbished unit
Arrived quickly from the seller. It was technically was as promised. Unfortunatley, performance was poor. There was a horrible motor whine. Also the recording quality was MUCH worse that my heavily used, and abused 25 dollar portable unit. My transcriptionist, who almost never complains, could not hear me well (and I dictate clearly).

Right now, my M-2020 is at Sony. I had to mail it there for service. Very hard to contact vendor. At least Sony seems to be evaluating the unit (it is under warranty for 90 days). ... Read more


165. Panasonic SCHT820V Home Theater System with Progressive Scan DVD / VCR Combo

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Asin: B0001ZRN8G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 3006
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Amazon.com Product Description

Geared for the 21st century, Panasonic's multidisc SC-HT820V offers high-quality audio and video from a system that's as compact as it is easy to assemble. All you need is a television and a living room--the SC-HT820V provides the 5-disc DVD and single VHS-tape playback, the surround-sound processing, the radio tuning, and the multichannel audio delivery.

The system pumps 370 low-distortion watts of total power through a specially matched six-speaker system (left, center, right, left and right surround, and low-frequency subwoofer). And its versatility with media playback--from DVD to VHS videocassettes, MP3/WMA CDs, and JPEG image CDs--means you're never far from your favorite movies, music, or digital photos. Topping it off, the system's DVD-Audio abilities offer super high-fidelity (192 kHz/24-bit) sound from specially formatted, music-oriented DVD-Audio discs. DVD-Audio offers super high-fidelity (192 kHz/24-bit) sound; DVD-Audio discs provide multichannel and stereo sound, incredible storage capacity, and unique bonus materials not available on regular audio CDs.

Your DVD movies will look and sound great through the system's 54 MHz/10-bit video decoder, Panasonic's video Depth Enhancer, progressive-scan video output (for use with high-definition and HD-ready televisions), and Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic, and DTS discrete 5.1-channel surround decoding and rendering. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. This feature can only be appreciated on high-definition and HD-ready TVs.

The VCR's 4-head design ensures smooth slow-motion play (forward and reverse) and clear still-frame images, and with hi-fi sound the unit records and plays back stereo audio tracks. SAP audio receptions lets you listen to alternate-language tracks on select broadcast programming, and the unit boasts the ability to record in extra-long, 5x mode--just don't expect superior video quality at that setting. It also offers high-speed (600x) rewind--crucial when you're running late in returning videos!

The speaker set includes 4 wall-mountable bookshelf satellite speakers (front and rear left and right) powered by 30 watts each, a 110-watt center-channel speaker (critical for handling most of a movie's dialogue), and a powerful, 140-watt, subwoofer with a 6.5-inch driver, optimized for unobtrusive placement. All speakers are magnetically shielded to protect your TV from distortion induced by the speakers' magnetic fields. A digital-synthesized FM/AM tuner with 30 station presets (15 FM, 15 AM) lets you listen to your favorite radio stations.

What's in the Box
DVD player/receiver, 4 satellite speakers, 1 center-channel speaker, a powered subwoofer, a remote control, remote batteries, FM/AM antennas, a user's manual, an RF video cable, a composite-video cable, a system cable, a sheet of speaker-cable stickers, an antenna plug, an AC power cord, and all requisite speaker cabling. ... Read more

Features

  • 5-disc DVD/VCR home theater system with 5.1-channel speaker system and 370 watts total power
  • DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, MP3 CD, and JPEG picture CD compatibility
  • Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround processing
  • Wall-mountable satellite speakers; includes a 140-watt powered subwoofer
  • Universal remote control and all requisite cabling included

166. Sony SRF-H11 S2 Sports FM/AM Radio Walkman with Rear Reflector Headphones
list price: $59.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008W2M5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 752
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Sony's stylish, durable, and lightweight SRF-H11 radio Walkman is built directly into a pair of comfortable, Street Style headphones using Sony's S2 Sports design. Made explicitly for hands-free active use, the SRF-H11 features single-battery operation, analog tuning, and AM/FM stereo reception.

Features include Mega Bass sound enhancement, an FM local/distance (DX) switch for improving reception, and a rear reflector for added safety when you're jogging or walking outdoors at night. And, though it's not designed for immersion, the Walkman offers a water-resistant design that help keep out water, moisture, and dirt. The radio weighs about four ounces, including its one AAA battery (battery not included).

What's in the Box
Walkman radio, user's manual, warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • FM/AM analog tuner ia attached to ergonomic, lightweight headphones
  • Water resistant for foul weather activities
  • Local/distant switch for radio reception
  • Mega Bass sound for quality bass tones
  • Requires 1 AAA battery; radio weighs only 4 ounces with battery

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars OK, but uncomfortable
This works fine, but I wish I had tried it out in person before (or instead of) buying it:

- the way it rides on the ears is uncomfortable

- the neck strap rubs against my collar, so if I turn my head, it pushes the thing, rubbing more against my ears

- the way it sticks out on either side is a bit goofy looking.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not as it appears
The Sony SRF-H11 headset radio has better than average reception (though I notice a very slight hiss even on local stations) and excellent sound. The big, and I mean big, problem with the headset is that it's, well, BIG. Sony does a nice job of always showing images of the radio from the side, or - when on a model - from the side of the model's head. This leads you think that the radio looks like their standard "sony-style" headphones. Great, I thought, I can listen to the radio without cords, or a radio strapped to my arm/waist/bike. Which is true, except that I look like Woody Allen in Sleeper. The radio sticks out approx 1 1/2" from your head. To give you a visual of what that looks like, it sticks out about 1/2" farther than my bike helmut (which is about 10 years old). Sorta like having a couple of extra large grade A eggs stuck to the side of your head. If you think form the picture no one will notice it's a radio, think again. The radio is very light, except that after 30 minutes of hanging from your ears, you'd think it weighs about 5 pounds.

5-0 out of 5 stars A non-perfectionist LOVES IT!
Yes the product has a need for an antenna inside the house in rural areas... somewhat directional at night. But outside, which is where I wanted to use it, it is fantastic!

Nothing like a mega-bass Deep Purple or a crisp Well Tempered Clavier prelude and fugue!

For the bucks it is well worth the pennies.

4-0 out of 5 stars sonyfan
I bought the srf-h11 to replace the sfr-h5 ( which broke due to loose set screw). I used to have a sfr-hmoV( digital model) but did not like all the static and poor reception so I took it back
I use it when hiking and found the FM reception to be fantastic at elevation, sound is clear and unit it reasonably comfortable to wear. ( though I take it off during commercials to give my ears a rest). AM performance is very good.
The mega bass is about the best I have heard from a sony product.
If you climb mountains and like to have music to take along I recommend this unit.

5-0 out of 5 stars Tough little sucker
I have had these headphones for about 6 months now. I use them every single day while running/walking on the treadmill and weight lifting. The sound quality is excellent, especially with mega bass on. I didn't expect the little speakers to deliver wonderful sound but I have been very pleasantly surprised. The controls can all be adjusted while on your ears after you practice finding the buttons. AM/FM reception is pretty good, not perfect but good. It has a weather tuner and the best part: a TV tuner. You can tune into a local tv program. While I'm at the gym this is magnificent. There are always several TV's showing different things and I can never hear what I want. With these babies on, I can follow the storyline! The street style headphones stay on your head even while running and aren't uncomfortable behind the ears. I'm a sweathog so the water-resistance is great! I highly recommend this little entertainer. ... Read more


167. Panasonic SL-SX430 Portable CD/MP3 Player with D-Sound

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Asin: B0001HAFAW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 137
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This portable CD/MP3 player provides some unusual benefits along with the ability to play CDs, CDRs, CDRWs, and CDs with MP3 files. The first is "advanced D-sound technology, which is essentially a combination of a digital amplifier, which helps reduce distortion for crystal-clear sound at higher volume levels; S-XBS and digital audio gain control, which helps improve bass response at higher volume levels; and MP3 re-master technology, which maximizes sound quality from compressed music files, such as MP3 and WMA.

When you're on the go, the No-Skip anti-skip system virtually eliminates track skipping, and the player's heat-resistant, polycarbonate body design makes it great for outdoor use. There's a handy, 6-key inline remote with the Active Style headphones, and average playback time on the required two AAbatteries is up to 90 Hours for MP3s and up to 50 hours for CDs. ... Read more

Features

  • Digital Amplifier for high sound quality
  • Digital Audio Gain Control (DAGC)
  • S-XBS for clear bass
  • New Active Style Headphones for high quality digital sound
  • Plays CD, CDR, CDRW, and CDs with MP3 files

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value, Great Product
This cd player is great. The sound is great, the skip protection is awesome. For the price, this is one of the best you will find.

3-0 out of 5 stars avg
i have the same cd/mp3 player, except it was an order version. it's cheap, and pretty decent

pro: cheap, remote control

con: headphone sucks, don't last very long (my remote lasted for about a year), no anti-skipp (for most of the time it's not a big prob, but still it's nice to have one), the metal finish is really cheesy

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice player
I recently picked up this Panny to replace the SV-570. Unlike the 570, the 430 does not have a radio tuner. Instead, it has a nice remote that the 570 lacks. Since the tuner is only mediocre, the remote is the trump card between the two models. Plug the headphones into the remote and the remote into the player. That design would work well with waist straps that include a headphone jack on the outside of the CD player storage pocket.

Other differences: the 430 includes a 'Live' equalizer setting, while the 570 only has two bass settings. The live setting actually does improve the sound of some live recordings, though it makes studio recordings sound worse.

The 430 also offers two changeable levels of CD skip protection, 10 seconds or 45 seconds. The 570 does not. Supposedly the 10-second protection, which you would use for ordinary activities, sounds better. I did not notice a big difference, however.

The 430 supposely can also compensate for MP3 files with compression errors. On the downside, this player does not handle WMA, as the back of the package suggests.

The sound is rich and warm, the bass tight. Volume, as noted, does not go as high as Sony models. The player is not as solid as a typical Sony, either.

I still havent decided if I will keep it. The player skipped on a few mp3 songs on the first night of use, when I went jogging. It might have been the recording. I will jog with the player for another week and report back. When I shake the player in my hand, at home, it doesnt skip. So I wonder if the problem lies elsewhere, including perhaps my headphones (plug not always in full contact with player, etc).

4-0 out of 5 stars Just more than average
Pros: it has remote control, decent design
Cons: the maximum volume is not lound enough...try the Sony D-NE300 and you will see the difference.

3-0 out of 5 stars mp3 lacks fast forward / rewind (search)
Seems fine, but the killer for us is no "search" feature for mp3. We have _books_ on mp3 so it goes back to radio shack tomorrow! ... Read more


168. Panasonic PV-DR2714 Triple Play Plus 27" TV/DVD Recorder/VCR Combo
list price: $899.99
our price: $759.05
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Asin: B0002EZ2J8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 39572
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Amazon.com Product Description

Panasonic's revolutionary PV-DR2714 combines a 27-inch television, a hi-fi VCR, and a full-featured DVD player/recorder. With one space-saving component you can now watch TV, watch your library of VHS videos, watch DVD movies, record off-air programming to either VHS tape or DVD, and archive your treasured home videos to long-lasting DVD-R or DVD-RAM. The set's PureFlat picture tube renders a distortion-free picture from corner to corner with precise, brilliant colors and extraordinary clarity. Front and rear A/V input jacks make it easy to connect other entertainment devices such as camcorders and game consoles.

Now you can record your VHS home movies to DVD at the touch of a button. Using one-touch, two-way dubbing you can archive your VHS videocassettes to DVD-RAM discs for a long-lasting, space-efficient archives. A feature known as simultaneous record and play lets you record one program while you play another from the same DVD-RAM disc. Missed a scene? Don't worry--Time Slip lets you skip back to a scene you missed even while your recording continues.

Panasonic's Direct Navigator displays thumbnail images of all the programs on a disc so you can easily select desired programs using the remote control. Playlist Playback helps you arrange your scenes the way you want while providing exceptionally smooth transitions between edited scenes.

As a DVD player, the set produces high-resolution video images and high-quality audio, passing both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround signals through an optical digital-audio output for connection with a surround-decoding audio/video receiver and surround speaker system.

Those lacking the room or the budget for a full surround system can still enjoy rich-sounding movie soundtracks, thanks to Panasonic's simulated surround-sound effect, which uses the TV's built-in stereo speakers. Additional DVD features include picture zoom, auto switching field/frame still, and multilanguage, multi-angle footage.

The set's 4-head VCR comes equipped with Commercial Skip and auto clock set, which uses the Extended Data Service signal carried by many PBS stations to set the time. One-month, 8-event programming keeps you from having to miss a favorite show when you go on vacation. Zero and index search simplify the process of accessing desired sections of tape.

Extensive parental controls include V-Chip content blocking as well as both VCR and DVD tray locks. And, Panasonic has imbued the PV-DR2714 with its Ready-to-Play feature: as soon as you plug it in the combo will automatically sets its clock and local TV channels.

What's in the Box
TV combo, remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes alarm clock with timer and auto clock set (through XDS); wake to TV, DVD, or videocassette
  • TV/VCR/DVD recorder combination with 27-inch PureFlat picture tube and 3 watts per channel; 29.9 x 25.4 x 20.1 inches
  • DVD-Video, VHS, MP3 CD, and JPEG image CD playback; DVD-RAM and DVD-R recording; 4-head hi-fi VCR with 1-month/8-event programming
  • 2-line digital comb filter minimizes "dot crawl" and cross-color interference
  • Front-panel audio/video (with S-video) inputs accommodate a camcorder or gaming console; front headphone jack affords private listening

169. Panasonic PTL500U Video Projector with Cinema Works

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Asin: B0002CNREW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 22451
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Amazon.com Product Description

The PTL500U from Panasonic is a high-quality LCD projector optimized for projecting widescreen movies. With its 16:9 aspect ratio and 10-bit digital processing and gamma correction, you can achieve stunning theater-like presentation at home. Three 1,280 x 720 LCD panels combine with a 1,300:1 contrast ratio and 850 ANSI lumens of brightness to deliver bright, easy-to-see images even in less-than-ideal lighting conditions. A projector "AI" automatically adjusts lamp brightness to your surroundings. The 130-watt lamp has an expected life of about 5,000 hours.

The PTL500U supports a wide variety of inputs, including DVI-D, PC, RGB, component video, and S-video, and can be mounted either on a desk or ceiling, in front of or behind the projection screen. The projector is also compatible with both PC and Mac operating platforms, as well as PAL, NTCS, and SECAM video formats. A progressive cinema scan reproduces natural, flicker-free video, while a dynamic sharpness control helps enhance image quality.

A wireless remote control allows you to operate the projector without having to leave the comfort of your seat. The 100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz power supply consumes about 180 watts during normal operation and just 1 watt on standby. The PTL500U also comes backed by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Projector, power cord, wireless remote control, batteries for remote control, AV cable, carrying bag, user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 720 native resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, 40 to 200-inch diagonal image size
  • Up to 1,300:1 contrast ratio, 850 ANSI lumens of brightness
  • PC/Mac, NTSC, PAL, SECAM, HDTV signal compatibility; DVI-D input
  • Digital keystone correction, 1-touch auto setup, remote control
  • Cinema Works LSI digital processing, optimized for movies

170. Panasonic PV-D4744S Progressive Scan DVD / VCR Combo (Silver)
list price: $129.99
our price: $119.99
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Asin: B0001KFWPM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 581
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Panasonic's silver, full-featured PV-D4744S integrates a high-quality, progressive-scan DVD player and four-head, hi-fi VCR. Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the PV-D4744S stands ready to deliver the full potential of your DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts.

The VCR's four-head design ensures smooth slow-motion tape play (forward and reverse) and clear still-frame images, and with hi-fi sound the unit records and plays back stereo audio tracks. The unit even lets you record a TV show while watching a DVD at the same time. By receiving the Extended Data Service signal from your local PBS channel (where available), the PV-D4744S sets its own clock and date. Furthermore, a 24-hour back-up system saves the settings and, in the event of a power outage, resets them automatically when the power is restored.

Front audio/video inputs make it easy to hook up your camcorder or gaming device. A set of left/right analog-audio outputs channel audio to Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions. Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can be routed through the player's digital-audio output for direct connection to a full-featured AV receiver. The player simulates surround sound from DVD programs for a spacious effect from any two speakers.

Other features include auto VCR head cleaning and tape-position display, DVD repeat play, DVD high-speed smooth-motion scanning (up to 100x normal speed), DVD picture zoom, and a trilingual onscreen display (English, Spanish, French). The unit is Energy Star compliant and comes with a universal remote control.

What's in the Box
DVD/VCR combo, remote control, remote batteries, audio/video cables, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Space-saving DVD player/4-head hi-fi VCR combination unit
  • Progressive-scan DVD video output offers flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound outputs (for use with compatible AV receiver and speaker system)
  • Plays DVD-Video, VHS tape, and CD
  • Measures 16.9 x 3.7 x 10.8 inches

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars I agree - the DVD side is junk!
Mine worked fine for about 8 months and then suddenly the DVD side stopped working. It can't read any DVDs. But the VCR side works fine. I would not recommend this product at all!

4-0 out of 5 stars easy to use
So far i havent had any problems. The VCR works and the DVD plays DVD and CD's and MP3's just perfectly.I havent tryed a DVD-R yet but I doubt I will have a problem with it. The remote is pretty easy to use, compared to other combos i have used.And the clock sets automaticaly if you have the right set up, I dont but doing it manually was easy.
I didnt give it 5 stars because it wont let you play MP3's randomly or make a play list. It only lets you do random and play lists with normal CD's.

1-0 out of 5 stars DVD side is junk
I set it up in my RV. The VHS works great, Easy to program, Poped in a DVD and it cant read them, tried several including CD's must be defective so I would rate the DVD side JUNK! ... Read more


171. Panasonic 128 MB Secure Digital Memory Card

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Asin: B00007FS73
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1366
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Stores 128 MB of audio, video, picture, and voice files
  • Data transfer rate of 10 MB per second
  • 90 minutes of MPEG4 video capacity
  • 9 minutes of MPEG2 (DVD grade) video capacity
  • 344 minutes of MP3 audio capacity

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars SD Memory Card is a wonderful device!
The advancements in technology never cease to amaze me. They continue to get smaller and smaller even when you didn't think it was possible. Such is the case for the Panasonic SD Memory card as well. Not only is it small, but it has a large capacity for adapting to a variety of digital content types. This SD Memory Card can write data at a rate of 10 MB per second! I mainly use my SD Memory card to save music from my MP3 player. I normally get about 5 1/2 hours out of the card. I highly recommend this to anyone who uses audio, video, communications and information devices and appliances. It is the wave of the future! ... Read more


172. Panasonic KX-TGA271W 2.4 GHz Accessory Handset for KX-TG2700-Series Expandable Phones (White)
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00006GJSO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 9243
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

A supplemental handset, the KX-TGA271W provides increased functionality to your existing Panasonic KX-TG2700S, KX-TG2720S, KX-TG2730S, KX-TG2740S, KX-TG2750S, or KX-TG2770S phone system. Up to eight handsets can be added to your existing system, providing up to five-way conferencing capabilities. By utilizing the 2.4 GHz frequency, 89 channels of auto-scan, and frequency hopping digital spread spectrum technology, the KX-TGA271W offers clear, intelligible reception even at a distance. A 50 number speed dial memory makes dialing the most frequently called number a snap, while the caller ID memory provides a record of the 50 most recent incoming calls.

The redial function makes it easy to call the last outgoing number, while a page/handset locator feature makes finding a lost handset quick and painless. Handset and ringer controls allow you to adjust volume levels to you liking, and six ring tones are provided for you to choose from. A voice mail message indicator lets you know when you have messages (requires subscription to a fee-based service), while a low battery indicator lets your know when to return the handset to its cradle for re-charging.

Wall-mountable, freeing up valuable desktop space, the KX-TGA271W is also headset compatible (a belt-clip is provided) saving your neck from the strain of cradling the phone. It utilizes NiMH batteries and comes with a charging cradle. It is backed with a one-year warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Charging cradle, handset, NiMH battery pack, belt clip, instructions, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • Works with Panasonic KX-TG2700S, KX-TG2720S, KX-TG2730S, KX-TG2740S, KX-TG2750S and KX-TG2770S systems
  • 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum operation
  • Caller ID/call waiting compatible, 50 caller ID memory locations
  • Supports 2 lines, multi-party conferencing
  • Digital duplex speakerphone

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Cordless Phone
The people writing bad reviews for all the Panasonic Cordless phones must have a different colored phone. If you would read the details on each of the extension phones, for some reason the White Phone has a different type battery than the silver, violet, or black. It has an NiMH battery that can be charged without running down. The others have a NiCAD battery of which I can't figure out why. It doesn't make since to have one you have to run completely down. You should have full time usage of the cordless phone. I never leaave my phone off the charger for a long time. It's always back in the charger by at least bedtime. I love the phones except for that. I don't know panasonic was thinking about. They should make all the other ones good by supplying a NiMH battery and a new charger.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, But I Still Want Better
A nice system overall, but not nearly perfect. We purchased a set of these to replace our burnt out Siemens Gigaset 2402 system. While we were happy to have something that worked (the Siemens system had died a slow death over about a year and ultimately became unusable after a little over two years of use) the features and design of this system leave much to be desired. Numerous minor inconveniences and awkwardnesses make these phones less than they could be--nothing major, and perhaps only noticeable when compared with the excellently designed Siemens phones (really nothing more than the difference between Japanese and German design).

Two features stand out in comparison with our retired Siemens phones, one negative and one positive. On the positive side, these phones support detection of voice messages on an existing message system, so that it is easy to see from any handset whether there are unplayed messages on either line. On the negative side, the system does not support handset naming. We imagined this would be a minor inconvenience when we bought the phones, but it has proved to be a major drawback: there's simply no way to get the entire family to learn what number goes with what phone. When we had the Siemens system, which supports handset naming, the we had a working intercom system (not to mention convenient transfers of calls); now we're back to shouting. ... Read more


173. SpongeBob SquarePants CD Player: Blue

Asin: B0001B15TI
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Emerson Radio Corp.
Sales Rank: 10207
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174. Panasonic KX-TG5200M GigaRange Supreme 5.8 GHz DSS Expandable Cordless Phone

our price: $89.99
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Asin: B0001Z5KHC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 1440
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Panasonic's KX-TG5200M utilizes 5.8 GHz DSS signal operation for increased call security and range and less interference. Call waiting/caller ID-ready, the phone offers a 50-call memory and dialer, accessible through the handset's three-line backlit LCD. And, it's expandable, accommodating up to three additional handsets (for a total of four).

You can pre-program frequently called numbers, even chain dialing for automated systems that require a series of numeric inputs. The KX-TG5200M is Caller IQ compatible, a service that allows you to receive updates on weather, sports, horoscopes, and more, that are sent directly to your telephone and displayed on the handset screen (requires optional service).

What's in the Box
KX-TG5200M handset and base, battery cover, AC power adapter, phone line cord, belt clip, NiMH battery, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 5.8 GHz digital spread spectrum signal
  • Expandable to up to 4 handsets, 1 included
  • Call waiting, caller ID, and Caller IQ compatible
  • 50-station caller ID memory and dialer
  • Handset speakerphone, 3-way conferencing

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars KX-TG5200M Doesn't Interfere with 802.11g Network
The main reason I purchased this phone was to replace my Panasonic 2.4 GHz phone which interfered with my 802.11g wireless network. When the 2.4 GHz phone would ring or when we would talk on it, it would disconnect my laptop's wireless Internet connection.

It seems there are very few phones that are "true" 5.8 GHz models. Most AT&T, GE, Uniden and VTECH 5.8 GHz cordless phones utilize 5.8 GHz transmission from the base station to the handset and then 2.4 GHz from the handset to the base station. Not sure why except that it must be cheaper. In any case, this means that most 5.8 GHz phones may still potentially interfere with an 802.11g network.

The Panasonic KX-TG5200M uses 5.8 GHz transmissions in both directions, is packed with features (caller ID on the handset, softkey for one-touch dialing to voicemail, speakerphone on handset) and is reasonably priced. It also allows for up to four expansion handsets. Make sure you buy the expandable base before you buy the expansion handsets as the latter won't work without the former.

Call clarity has been great and there are no longer interference issues with my 802.11g network.

I'll likely give my four-year old 2.4 GHz phone to a friend or relative as it still works fine. ... Read more


175. Emerson Portable CD Player with AM/FM Radio – PD5098
list price: $37.99
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Asin: B0002DG9XW
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 16843
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Features

  • Front-loading CD player
  • AM/FM radio
  • Two-digit LCD track indicator
  • Wide-range, three-inch speakers

176. Panasonic KX-FA92 Fax Film
list price: $24.99
our price: $22.79
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Asin: B00009960L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 2114
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Amazon.com Product Description

Getting the best performance out of your electronics generally means using brand-name consumables such as the Panasonic KX-FA92 replacement film for your Panasonic thermal print fax machine. Compatible with model KX-FPG376, the ink film rolls are 164 feet long, enough for approximately 300 single-sided 8.5-by-11-inch pages. This convenient pack includes two rolls, so you'll have a back up handy if the first runs out unexpectedly. Panasonic backs this product with its 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. ... Read more

Features

  • Replacement thermal film for Panasonic fax KX-FPG376
  • Includes 2 164-foot rolls
  • Yields approximately 300 pages per roll
  • Easy to install
  • Warranted by manufacturer

177. Panasonic SVAV30 MPEG4 eWear Digital Camcorder/Still Camera w/ 64 MB SD Card & Docking Station
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00008OLBQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 2152
Average Customer Review: 3.93 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The stylish Panasonic e-wear SVAV30 (Silver) combines a digital video recorder, digital still camera, digital audio player (with new SD-Jukebox software), and a digital voice recorder into one ultra-compact package. This palm-sized camcorder features a user-friendly interface and improved video resolution over its predecessor, the SVAV10. The SVAV30 also offers a docking station for recording and viewing footage on a television.

The new user-friendly interface makes recording easy, without having to scroll through menus. The SVAV30 features enhanced picture quality with an MPEG4 frame rate (15 frames per second) for video and 640 x 480 resolution for JPEG still images. A swiveling 2-inch LCD screen and two record buttons allow you to shoot comfortably with the unit in either the horizontal or vertical position. A new 2x digital zoom helps bring subjects into closer view.

The SVAV30 includes a built-in flash for taking digital still pictures in low-light situations. A built-in USB interface makes it easy to transfer music from a PC to an SD Memory Card for playback, while the included SD Jukebox software provides a simple way to catalog and save numerous digital music files in a single database on a PC. The SVAV30 is compatible with the MP3 and AAC formats. A built-in speaker lets users listen to any recorded audio.

Improving on its counterpart, the SVAV20, the SVAV30 features a unique A/V docking station that connects to a TV for viewing video and still images, or to a VCR for recording favorite TV programs and viewing them on the go. The docking station also includes a built-in battery recharger to power up the player.

  • 64 MB Secure Digital memory card
  • Weighs just 3.25 ounces
  • 2-inch LCD screen
  • Software includes SD Jukebox 3.0 and SD MovieStage 2.0
  • Compatibility with Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, and XP
  • Packaged with AC adapter, USB and A/V cables, handstrap, carrying case, remote control with earphones, and rechargeable battery

The Digital Tapeless Format
Tapeless camcorders make use of the compression power of the MPEG-4 file format (often called the MP3 of video) to allow you to record directly to memory cards, dispensing with the need for tapes altogether. They may require slightly more computer savvy than other formats, but are more user-friendly than you might expect and allow for the most compact camcorder body sizes ever made. ... Read more

Features

  • Ultracompact MPEG4 digital camcorder weighs just 3.25 ounces
  • Also functions as digital audio player, voice recorder, and still camera
  • Docking station connects to TV for viewing and recording video
  • Built-in falsh, swiveling 2-inch LCD screen
  • Includes 64 MB Secure Digital card; compatible with Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, and XP

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars VERY GOOD
this is the coolest thing you get four great things in one, although i cant print out the pictures because my mom lost the product key

a retard could figure this out it's so easy,but if you are going to buy this buy an extra card for recording because they dont hold very much. well, you should still buy this because instead of buying those expensive video camera, or mp3 players, or digital cameras it's all in one and VERY COOL

4-0 out of 5 stars Great gadget, great size
I was looking for something small I could carry in a pack or a pocket. This gadget fits the bill. It's so tiny and cool to use, people are always astonished when they see it. It's useful for taking quick pictures and short videos (the resolution isn't great but it's good enough for email and web pix). The MP3 player is a great bonus. I use it to listen to audiobooks. I would highly reccommend it for anyone looking for a small multi-use gadget. It will never replace my Canon digital camera but it's a nice extra.

3-0 out of 5 stars A great gizmo, a substandard camera
I really wish I had read some of the reviews before buying this camera. It is small, has tons of features, and is really fast, not to mention makes everybody around you, strangers or not, stop to look at it and ask questions. But the pictures it takes are just not a high enough quality to make it worth it. You could buy a cell phone that can play mp3's and take pictures as good as this camera, and thats a phone too. The zoom was terrible and lost all focus when used, and the mp3 player would be cool if there weren't so many restrictions on how to get music on there. All in all, I was really excited to receive, and really disappointed as soon as I tried to print my pictures, so I returned the product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad at all! Recommended.
When reading these reviews prior to purchase, I got nervous that I would recieve a piece of garbage that didn't live up to the curiousity surrounding it.

I was wrong!

This is a great gadget for on the go, making home movies, anything. When taking a picture, if you are too close with the flash on, all you will see is a flash of white light. Just don't take it less than 1-2 feet away from the object.

I was very impressed with the video aspect. The sound was very impressive and I was able to watch the videos immediately after taking them, and the picture quality is impressive considering how small this is.

Overall, I'm really glad I bought this. The voice recorder is reliable, I haven't checked the Audio player, but I mostly bought it for three out of four purposes. It is absolutely worth it, especially to slip in your pocket and make videos/take pictures on the go.

TIP: The SV-AV30 comes with a 64MB Memory Card. If you are planning to use this full-time, or are taking this on a trip, buy an additional card. 64MB is really not a lot of room, especially if you will be using all of the options offered (Voice/Audio/Camera/Video). The memory cards are somewhat expensive, but if you invest in a high MB card, it will last you for a while.

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT Worth it
Sorry guys... I saw this gizmo and thought as many do.."wow.. a video camera and digital camera in one and in a small package" (I didn't really care about the mp3 player and voice recorder).

I was/am willing to sacrifice some quality because of the size but this thing is ridiculous. Unless you are in DIRECT sunlight taking a picture of something 2 feet in front of you then this thing is worse than anything I can imagine (and even then the pictures are terrible).

The video camera recording/reproduction is useless...I have never got a decent recording.

If you have to use the flash (which seems like all the time) then all you get is bright white pictures.

I can't express how disappointed I was with this product. A friend of mine just got a digital camera for 25% the price and the pictures are 10 times the quality and it is only slightly bigger than this.

The only positive things I could say is that it is a great conversation starter at bars..etc.. since it is a cool package and draws a lot of attention (but dont try actually show it off by using it because it is pathetic) and that the software isnt "terrible" (although has failed to work a couple of times on XP but pretty solid for the most part).

My opinion---a waste of money--novelty wears off after 24 hours and then you look at what you have which is picture quality 10 times worse than a picture booth and a video camera that you can't use. ... Read more


178. Panasonic RF-SW50S Portable FM / AM Radio with Armband and Stereo Headphones
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00008Y1VU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 3316
Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Panasonic RF-SW50S portable radio is the perfect companion for a workout or the commute to work. At only seventy-four grams, the player's low weight is a plus when running or walking. The player comes with an arm belt, offering a nice carrying option and providing hands-free listening. The included stereo headphones connect to the player via the player's output jack. The required AAA battery will operate the player for up to twenty-six hours. Panasonic provides four AAA batteries in the package to make this player ready to go out of the box.

The radio will pick up both FM and AM signals. With twenty presets, the radio offers individual settings, making it easy to switch to a favorite station. With the optional XBS bass boost, it is possible improve the sound quality. The volume control, band selection and station select are rotary dials, allowing for easy use even when wearing gloves. The LCD screen updates you of all pertinent information including station tuning, volume, and battery condition.

What's in the Box
RF-SW50 FM/AM radio, stereo headphones, arm belt, four AAA batteries, user's manual and a one year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Plays FM/AM radio
  • One AAA battery runs radio for up to 26 hours
  • XBS bass boost improves sound quality
  • Battery meter provides up-to-date battery life information
  • Includes arm belt; weighs only 74 grams

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars BIG TIME SOUND IN A LIGHT WEIGHT PACKAGE
THIS RADIO IS A MUST FOR ANYONE LISTENING TO THE GAME AT THE STADIUM. IT IS LIGHT WEIGHT AND DOESN'T GET IN YOUR WAY WHILE YOU ENJOY THE GAME. THE RECEPTION WAS VERY SURPRISING. I FOULD I COULD GET SIGNALS FROM STATIONS MILES AWAY. THE CONTROLS ARE EASY TO OPERATE AND THE SOUND QUALITY IS VERY GOOD FOR THIS PRICE.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful
i was going to buy the virgin pulse version of this product, but after reading those reviews, i decided against it. the shockwave was my second choice. very glad i got this one. the reception on all stations with a normally strong signal is fantastic. as a bonus, the plug for my computer speakers at work fits into the headphones jack, so i can now listen to the radio at work! yay! jess

3-0 out of 5 stars Overall, worth your money.
Incredibly light-weight and small.
Easy to learn and use.
A lot of features.
Only uses one AAA battery!

Reception, as with all Panasonics, is not that great (Sony reception is a lot clearer).
Buy different headphones. The ones provided are uncomfortable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Looking for quality sound?
Sounds terrific! I purchased it based on the reviews. I must say it exceeded my expectations. I've owned my share of portable radios and the RF-SW50 has by far the best quality sound. You will want to replace the headset with one that is more comfortable, but the radio is worth it.

4-0 out of 5 stars As good as they come
I have been using this radio for a very long time. If you are a serious radio listener(especially talk radio), you want to get a radio that has station memory. One of my only complains is that there is a lack of a belt clip. The headphones that come with them are okay, but I ended up getting another set because the original set kind of hurt my ears. If you are worried about the battery use, just do like I did and get a rechargeable battery set. They help anyway if you have some other devices that eat up batteries. I go to school at Georgia Tech and I commute, so I get bad reception in many places, however, it's like that with other radios also. I find that the analog tuners cannot get my favorite AM radio stations. I remember just sitting there tuning forever. It's just a waste of time. This reception is almost as good as my car radio. They are great if you want to go to the stadium and hear the game while watching because some stadiums require small radios that don't get a great signal, but this model has a reception that is just about as good as you can get. ... Read more


179. Panasonic 512 MB Secure Digital Card

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Asin: B00007FS77
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 9898
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Stores audio, video, picture and voice files
  • Data transfer rate of 10MBps
  • Includes SD Memory Card case
  • Read Speed: Up to 3MBps

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars High-capacity card with many capabilities.
I recently purchased the 512 MB SD card, as I have owned other Panasonic SD cards and I am most impressed with this one. You can not image how much information can be written to this card! I can pile as many pictures as I want and almost never have to worry about it using up all the memory because it can store up to 7,000 JPegs. Also, you can put 11 hours of songs from your MP3 player on it. I like the fact the SD cards are compatible with many of my products, and that I can store information in different formats such as audio and still pictures. I highly recommend the Panasonic 512 SD card to anyone looking for a new MultiMedia card. ... Read more


180. Panasonic CT-34WX54 34" TheaterWide HDTV-Ready Flat Screen TV
list price: $1,399.99
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Asin: B000278KJO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 20848
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Panasonic's vision of the digital future is driven by the needs and aspirations of its business customers and millions of consumers around the world who use its products every day. The company shares their dream to live a fuller life by providing ways of working smarter and enjoying the rewards of technological advances.PRODUCT FEATURES: HDTV Ready Television;DTV display capability (1080i / 540p);16: 9 aspect ratio;Hi-Resolution pureflat picture tube;P3 (precision picture processing);Motion-adaptive 3D-Y/C digital comb filter;Geomagnetic and tilt correction;Direct access video inputs;30-Watt sound system;BBE high-definition sound;HDMI / HDCP interface;ENERGY STAR compliant. ... Read more

Features

  • Auto channel setup, closed captioning, and parental control
  • 1 front and 3 rear A/V inputs, 3 S-video inputs, 2 component video inputs, A/V program out, stereo audio out (fixed and variable), and headphone jack
  • Virtual surround sound and BBE high-definition sound
  • 34-inch HDTV-ready flat-panel television; 36.5 x 25.6 x 23.0 inches (W x H x D)
  • 3-line digital comb filter, 16:9 aspect ratio, and dual-tuner picture-in-picture

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best HD Monitor for your money
This is the absolute best HD Monitor you can find for the money.I was trying to decide between a Sony and this TV, and I could not justify spending almost $500 more for only a slightly better picture on the Sony.Also, you cannot beat the picture on a CRT.For those of you that think bigger is better and you could buy a 55" rear-projection for the same money - you're dead wrong. The picture on rear projectors is horrible compared to CRT, and if you're going to invest more than a grand in a HDTV, don't you want the best picture possible?

3-0 out of 5 stars Great for HD and DVD but not TV
I don't know who writes these reviews but I have had this TV for a year and I do not agree with most of the reviews. Although I love the TV for watching DVD movies and for the HD, it is a pain to watch regular cable TV with it. I enjoy watching TV on my 15 year old 20" Sharp TV far better. Since I like to watch alot of TV I am not very happy with it. I wish I had taken it back and tried the Sony widescreen instead, although I have no way knowing if it would have been any better.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great Sony beater for the money
I have had this TV for a little under a month and I love it.As many of the reviews here go into details, I will keep this review very simple and hope that it helps you.I have my TV set up with a HD Directv sat. and an OTA antennae.I have been blown away at the quality of HD on this TV.That said, most HDTV channels will blow you away if you are used to SD.DVDs also look amazing on this TV and I would recommend using a PIXAR film to show this TV off to your friends/family (or DiscoveryHD).If you are not buying this TV for HD or DVDs, you might look elsewhere.The SD signal looks digital (because it is) and there are other non-HDTV tube televisions that might be better bang for your buck.I hope this helps.Enjoy your purchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars Spectacular picture and great price!
My wife and I had to unexpectedly go and buy a new TV as our old 10 year old Sony Trinitron had said goodbye to the RF tuner. So we figured we might as well try and buy an HDTV so we'd be set for the future.
I own an Xbox, a progressive-scan DVD player and now HD cable service from Comcast. I wanted a TV that gave me plenty of inputs as well as excellent picture quality.
The clarity on this TV is amazing, we looked at regular projection TV's, plasma, LCD, LCOS, and DLP. The only TV's in our price range were the direct view tubes, and the smaller (50" and below) projection TVs.
We bought this TV going off of word of mouth and also looking at comprable sets side by side in the store.
The analog section of this TV is excellent, it does not display much noise in the picture, as I've noticed other TV's don't handle it nearly as well.
I only have a couple of quibbles with the TV in regards of features, some are just the nature of tube TV's. It does not display 720p as a format, just 480i, 480p, and 1080i. But in looking at how TV's display the 2 hi-definition formats (1080i, 720p) to the naked eye it's indiscernable, most the sports coverage (ABC, ESPN, FOX) all display their formats in 720p, but the cable boxes look like they "side convert" so that you can view all HD content regardless of resolution.
The other problem I have is with the remote, I wish the light would come on whenever you hit a button on the remote, instead ofhaving to hit the light button everytime. Also the codes that are built into the remote seem to lack codes, as Motorola cable boxesdon't have a code on the TV remote, so you just have to do an "auto-search" to find a code that does the basics (no guide functions).
This is definently the best tube TV available on the market, (as this is about as large as they come) and have enjoyed it every minute of watching it.

5-0 out of 5 stars This tv combines the quality and price
While I agree with all endorsing reviews of this tv so far, my feedback will be more based on overall experience rather than technical.

I want to start saying that I believe, not only I have a great tv now, I also have had a great value.

Having crispy picture from all-angles, now watching HD programs and DVDs are so pleasant.

I must admit the sleek design and slim look of LCD and plasma tvs still take my attention every time I walk into any electronic store. However, after I bought this tv, I dont feel jealous looking at those expensive ones anymore. Realizing that we will see more of falling prices in all plasma, lcd and other high tech tvs, as far as my opinion this tv is an optimum buy as it is in great price while you can get great picture and audio quality, so you don't have to be waiting years flat panel prices come down to your budget or feel guilty when you check their prices in two years or so, if you dont care about its depth and weight.

I think it is very important to have 180 degree viewing visibility especially after spending a nice chunk of a money. We do have regular size living room. Having some of the seatings are positioned in a narrow angle when watching the tv, the picture can be seen in any angle. In addition, the screen size does not seem like a small screen, so it is very satisfactory for an average size living room. I also want to mention that at no price, 'rear-projection' tvs cannot keep up with this one as their main defect is not having same picture quality from all the angles you possibly can view a tv.

Think how often you move a tv around the house, and decide whether its weight matters to you or not.

With even less price than low end projection tvs, I can recommend this tv to every one. ... Read more


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