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41. RCA DRC233NS Progressive Scan
Too low to display $168.99 list($299.99)
42. RCA Lyra 1.5 GB MP3 Player (USB
list($179.99)
43. RCA RTD160 DVD Home Theater System
list($199.99)
44. RCA DVD/CD Digital Home Theater
45. RCA DRC108N Progressive Scan DVD
list($99.99)
46. RCA Lyra 64 MB MP3 Player
$123.49 $88.88 list($129.99)
47. RCA Lyra RD1080 128 MB MP3 Player
Too low to display list($449.99)
48. RCA ATSC11 High Definition Tuner
$349.95
49. RCA 24F530T 24" TruFlat TV
$368.98 list($349.99)
50. RCA 20” Flat 3-Way Combo
$71.92
51. RCA Corded Phone (25202RE3) (25202RE3)
$399.99 $299.99 list($449.99)
52. RCA DVR10 High-Definition Digital
$349.99 list()
53. RCA DRC8050N Progressive-Scan
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54. RCA RS1249 Compact Stereo System
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55. RCA RP1667 Headset Radio (Digital
$149.99 list($179.99)
56. RCA RT2380BK Home Theater Surround
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57. RCA G-Link Cable 1372856
$2,999.99 $2,491.99 list()
58. RCA LCDX3022W 30" LCD Flat Panel
$21.59
59. RCA DLNB2BOX LNB (Dual)
$68.80
60. RCA WHP150C Wireless Headphones

41. RCA DRC233NS Progressive Scan DVD Player
list price: $79.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B00062PN72
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 7904
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42. RCA Lyra 1.5 GB MP3 Player (USB 2.0)
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00008VFCT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 10760
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1.5 GB micro jukebox
  • Stores up to 50 hours of music, and doubles as a data sorage device
  • Uses high speed USB 2.0 connection for ultra-fast downloads
  • Built-in lithium ion rechargeable battery for up to 10 hours of playback
  • Blue, backlit LCD display

Reviews (17)

3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
I'll admit that the storage capacity is nice and the price fits my budget, but the product is inferior in every meaning of the word.

1. The audio driver (ie: sound quality) is cheap. Infact the volume doesn't even go very loud. And at the very top range of the volume, music becomes slightly distorted. In addition, the bass and depth of the sound is poor. For a technology that should excell past the quality of CD players, my old Sony CD walkman does a better job than the RCA. Much better.

2. I own a Mac and this thing is NOT mac compatable, dispite the "mac compatable" label and the mac logo on the side of the box. You can drag and drop songs onto the player with a mac, but you cannot update the firmware, you cannot organize the songs, and mac's "sync" program does not reconize it as a device; even though this program is compatable with cell phones, mp3 players, iPods, PDA's, etc. Not only that, but there is NO mac support online....NONE.

All I can say is that I am disappointed with my purchase and I wish i had an iPod right now (even though they are more expensive, at this point I think it would have been worth it).

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your $
I bought this player ($160 at my local Costco) for my husband for Father's Day. We spent many hours trying to get the software to work, and I never did get songs transfered to the player. Also I couldn't find a way to delete files from the player (it comes preloaded with some music--most of which was not our taste). The users manual is terrible, there are no support phone numbers, and the RCA website just refers you to the manual. I will be returning this player and buying another brand.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst mp3 player on the market
I purchased the RCA lyra mini-jukebox six months ago for $200 and it has entirely and completely died on me. I contacted RCA about a replacement and they were unhelpful and unfriendly in addressing my problem. Their only solution was to pay $60 to have the unit replaced, with no guarantee of how long the unit would last after that. I would never purchase this product again, as it was slow, had terrible sound quality, was difficult to use while doing anything active, and came with terrible software. I will never purchase anything RCA made again, and I hope readers of this will never purchase this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars I love it - but it has to go
This is the 2nd RCA lyra jukebox that I will be returning to the store today - within a two week span. The first one I had - the hard drive crashed within 3 days and could not be reset (only had 20 - 30 songs on it). I went to the store and exchanged it for the same player thinking that it had been damaged during shipping, but here it is less than a week later and this one has done the same thing. So I think I will try a different brand this time around. I wish it wouldn't keep crashing because I really liked the sound of it, but a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing and unreliable
Purchased this MP3 player because it utilizes MusicMatch (which I use) and has a 1.5 g hard drive.

- instructions provided are vague and terrible
- impossible to get tech support
- sounds awesome (when it works)
- great carrying case
- built in battery is nice
- easy to transfer music (once you figure it out)
- no FM tuner
- I've returned 2 within the past month (hard drive crashed and couldn't be reset)

The first failure I attributed to a fluke but the same thing happened to the second one. Couldn't be reset. Received a full refund. Can anyone recommend an MP3 that has a decent sized hard drive, reliable, MusicMatch software and a proper carrying case for working out? ... Read more


43. RCA RTD160 DVD Home Theater System
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B0002ARMR2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 12173
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Amazon.com Product Description

RCA's RTD160 complete home theater system packs a progressive-scan DVD/CD player, a high-power surround-sound receiver, and a multichannel speaker system into one affordable package. (You supply the television.) Whether you're firing up your favorite movies, cranking up your audio or MP3 music CDs, or lining up friends and family for custom digital-photo slide shows, this is the system for you.

The system's central unit merges a DVD/CD player and audio/video surround receiver. The disc player spins DVDs and CDs, from standard audio discs to recordable CDs filled with MP3 music files, or JPEG digital photos (including Kodak Photo CDs). The receiver powers the supplied 5.1-channel speaker system (front and rear left/right, center speaker, and passive subwoofer) with 30 watts per channel x 5 (front and rear left/right, center speaker) and 50 watts for the system's 6.5-inch passive subwoofer.

Discrete Dolby Digital 5.1-channel audio decoding lets you enjoy spacious, full-bodied surround effects from commercial DVDs. And, your Dolby Pro Logic-encoded VHS tapes will sound great in 4-channel surround (left, center, right, and monaural left/right surround), and the system even features Dolby Pro Logic II, special processing that generates 5.1 mixes in realtime from any stereo (2-channel source).

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the RTD160 is equipped 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 RTD160 also performs 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal. DVD mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; reverse 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

A drift-free, digital FM/AM tuner offers 45 station presets so your favorite stations are never more than a button-push away, and a headphone jack lets you listen in private. For night listening without headphones, the system offers audio compression to minimize dramatic increases in sound level between quiet and loud movie passages.

What's in the Box
DVD player/integrated surround amplifier, 4 satellite speakers, a center speaker, a passive subwoofer, a remote control (RCR311AC1), remote batteries, a composite-video cable, FM antenna, a user's manual, all requisite speaker cabling. ... Read more

Features

  • Digital amplifier and 300 watts total system power: 30 watts x 5 (front and rear left/right, center speaker), 50 watts x 1 (subwoofer)
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Pro Logic decoding; Dolby Pro Logic II generates 5.1 surround signals from any stereo (2-channel) source
  • Plays MP3 music CDs, JPEG digital image CDs, and Kodak Photo CDs
  • Progressive-scan video output with 3:2 pulldown reversal renders seamless, frame-accurate images on high-definition and HD-ready televisions
  • Digital FM/AM tuner with 45 station presets; includes universal remote control

44. RCA DVD/CD Digital Home Theater System - RTD155
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00008Y19D
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 41415
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 200 total watts of power
  • Progressive scan with 3:2 pull down technology
  • Five 30-watt speakers plus one 50-watt subwoofer
  • Built-in Dolby Digital and Dolby Pro Logic decoder
  • Audio/video remote control

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Odd connections, but decent product
The input/output connections for other video devices are a bit sparse on this product (you either have to use the front panel inputs or use a coax cable to hook up a VCR), but if a clean, simple design is what you're looking for, this might be perfect for you.

However, the retail price is a bit steep; check around to find the best deal. ... Read more


45. RCA DRC108N Progressive Scan DVD Player

Asin: B0002ARJ1Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 10030
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Amazon.com Product Description

RCA's compact DRC108N DVD player is ideal for the bedroom or dormitory. Featuring a distinctive silver cabinet only 14 inches wide, the progressive-scan player includes DVD, VCD/SVCD, and JPEG image CD playback and can be used to listen to MP3- and WMA-encoded music CDs. The player's MP3/JPEG combination play lets you use an MP3 file as a soundtrack to a digital photo slideshow, while the supplied unified remote control operates most RCA and GE-branded entertainment components (DVD/TV/VCR).

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the DRC108N 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.

Composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television, and you have the option of routing the player's composite- or S-video output to one set and the component-video outs to another simultaneously. Other playback options include 6-disc bookmarking, single-disc resume, which lets you pick-up where you left off on your most recently viewed DVD, parental lockout control, and picture zoom.

This player also has great sound: you'll enjoy a simulated surround-sound through any 2 speakers (including those on your TV), and a 96 kHz/24-bit digital-to-analog converter ensures optimum decoding of all disc formats.

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 coaxial digital-audio output for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver.

What's in the Box
DVD player, remote control, remote batteries, user's manual, stereo analog audio interconnect/composite-video cable. ... Read more

Features

  • Plays DVD-Video, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, VCD, SVCD, MP3/WMA CD, and JPEG image CDs
  • Coaxial digital-audio output passes discrete, 5.1-channel Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound (for use with compatible AV receivers)
  • Progressive-scan component-video outputs offer seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Scene Again offers instant 10-12 second replay
  • Includes unified RCA/GE TV/DVD/VCR remote control

46. RCA Lyra 64 MB MP3 Player
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00008VFCR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 460
Average Customer Review: 3.41 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 64 MB built-in memory stores up to 2 hours of mp3PRO encoded music
  • MP3 and WMA playback, and mp3PRO ready
  • External SC/MMC slot for expandable memory
  • 2-line LCD display
  • Comes with a sports armband, e.clipz headphones, USB cable, CD-ROM music management software, and 1 AAA alkaline battery

Reviews (37)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great mp3 player, perfect for running/working out
I love this small, compact mp3 player. I bought it primarily for use while running, and it's perfect. It comes with a sports arm band, but I just put it in my pocket, and it's so light you don't even notice that it's there. It holds about an hour's worth of songs (128 kpbs) with the on-board memory. Another plus is that there's no skipping. The AAA battery lasts a while too. I've gone running every other day for the past 2 weeks with the player, and still haven't replaced it yet. I haven't had the need to buy a SD/MMC card, but it's good to know that it can be expanded....P>I didn't have any problems figuring out how to use it. I use Mac OS X (can't speak for the PC side of things), so when plugged in via the USB cable, it showed up as a hard drive (mass storage device) on the desktop. I dragged & dropped my mp3s and was ready to go. It displays the ID3 tag info as well.

It has fast forward, rewind, pause, skip, random play, repeat, all the basic functions. The only thing I would suggest is to ditch the included snap-on ear phones and get a different pair, but the sound quality is still pretty good. I highly recommend this player.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great First Player
This was my first MP3 player. I went inexpensive (Wal-Mart $68) because I had no idea if I'd like it. Like others, the first thing I noticed was the battery door. It's so flimsy, I'm worried it won't last long. Other than that, I have no real complaints. The player is amazingly small; it's great for your pocket or just to hold in your hand. The headphones are somewhat awkward, I ended up picking up a set of ear-buds, but I would probably have gotten used to the ones included. The display is rather large and scrolls the song title and composer. It was easy to load music onto the player. I just 'drag-and-dropped' all my WMA (CD) files onto the player from my computer using Windows. I had to use Windows Media Player to load the MP3s, but that was easy enough. I would not bother installing any of the software (on XP, at least, which recongized the player as a storage drive). I stopped trying to figure out MusicMatch after an hour. The 64 MB isn't going to hold a ton of songs. If that's what you're looking for, I would suggest paying the extra $20 or so and get the 128 MB player. Of course, you can buy a SmartDisc and upgrade this drive; I already have.

4-0 out of 5 stars Small, Expandable with SD, High Quality Sound
I bought one for my brother on june, it is written in the specifications that it supports up to 256MB SD memory cards. I tried it with Kingston 512MB SD memory card and it works pretty good. After updating the firmware, which is pretty easy when followed the instructions, you can use it as a usb disk, and drag and drop your files and mp3's or WMA's without having any trouble, and it plays the files in the order that you put. Has a nice equalizer, and bass output. Pros: Small size, SD Memory Expansion, drag and drop, recognized as usb disk, Large LCD with easily readable font sizes. Cons: It would be better it it had a Backlit LCD, but still very good for the price.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great quality but not enough memory
I live in Canada and I bought this lyra for about $120.00 Canadian so about $95.00 American depending on the day. It worked absolutely fabulous. The earphones, its size, sound and the fact that it came with a nice carrying case were all great. The only problem I had was a bit of difficulty installing the softwear and you can get a more recent version of the music match jukebox online. It does take memory cards, but the biggest downfall for me was simply the price was just too high for too little memory. So rather than buying memory cards it would simply be easier to just buy an MP3 with more memory to begin with.

5-0 out of 5 stars My little friend
This mp3 player is working great after a year of abuse. I have taken it on every plane flight and jogging every day. I recommend this player because it has no moving parts (solid state technology) and thus is almost unbreakable and has very long lasting battery life. It's very light and great for the athlete. In contrast, IPOD has a spinning hard drive which could be damaged by jolts and uses far more energy. I recommend buying an SDRAM upgrade for this player when they go on sale or you can find a rebate offer. ... Read more


47. RCA Lyra RD1080 128 MB MP3 Player
list price: $129.99
our price: $123.49
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Asin: B00006CXS8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 4449
Average Customer Review: 3.16 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 128 MB of upgradeable flash memory; expandable via Multimedia cards
  • USB connection for fast downloads
  • Digital FM tuner with 10 presets
  • 3-line backlit display
  • Includes headphones, USB cable, music management CD-ROM, 2 AAA batteries, and carrying case with belt clip

Reviews (91)

4-0 out of 5 stars Fun toy with great sound but some annoying details
The RCA Lyra is my introduction to digital music, and overall it is a positive experience. The price is far more reasonable than many of the other 128 MB MP3 players out there, especially as it was one of my Amazon.comGold Box offers. However, before you buy, you should keep the following in mind:
Pros
1. Nice sound. Other reviews have complained about an annoying "hiss" between tracks, but I have not had that problem.
2. Surprisingly nice radio reception, with several (10 I think) preset stations.
3. Easy to handle. I have no difficulty in working the buttons/knob even when I am running.
4. VERY lightweight - you don't notice it when you exercise
5. Once you figure out the software (more later) it's pretty darn easy to generate and load music into the player.

Cons.
1. The belt clip is a joke. When I first saw it, I thought, oh, cool idea. Then I tried to use it. It does NOT want to stay clipped. It seems to work OK when I am running, but it will fall off if jostled. Don't try to listen to it while working with your hands (like I did while painting my basement) as anytime that you knock the headphone wires with your arms the player will "leap" off your waistband.
2. The software instruction manual. HAHAHAHA. When you read the hardware manual you will be instructed to go to the software manual for specific into on Music Match and how to download the music to the device. THERE IS NO PRINTED MANUAL FOR THE SOFTWARE. It is part of the tutorial on the installation CD. Don't bother to try to print it out either - it won't.
3. You have to use Music Match software. While the software is not difficult to use, it will annoy you to no end. It CONSTANTLY bugs you to upgrade. OK, already! And when you go thru the tutorial, the onscreen pics are for the UPGRADE, not what comes with the player.
4. Slow download times.

In summary, the player has great sound, small size, is more flexible than some other MP3 players on the market, reasonably priced and is easy to use once you figure it out. The downside is that it might take you a bit to figure out how to use it IF you are new to digital music, and the belt clip could be improved. Overall, a fun toy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Volume Control Problem
I received the RCA Lyra rd1080 as a bday present from my wife and it worked fine for over a year. Last week, the volume control, which many other reviewers are complaining about, broke for no apparent reason. The volume now only works going up and as a result is stuck on 50. It seems like there is something broken as there is no "click" when pressing down. Up until now, I have been reasonably happy with the mp3 player and have even recommended it to others. I use it moderately, usually only hooked up to my car stereo through a cassette deck adapter. However, 1 year is not the lifespan I expect from a very expensive gift - my Sony Walkman (10 years old) is still kicking. I haven't tried calling the service desk, but since the unit is over a year old, I'm not expecting much. Landfills are full of electronic items that have become useless due to one poorly made part. It's disgusting. I'll update this if I get satisfactory results when contacting RCA.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't by a Lyra if you own a Mac!
It simply doesn't work with a Macintosh computer. Neither system X or system 9. The RCA support has been hard to reach and no help at all. I've bought an expensive product that I can't use at all. Karl Bradley in North Florida

3-0 out of 5 stars Good and Bad
The RCA Lyra is a Great piece of machinary. But there are some flaws. When listining to the radio sometime it can cross in with another sation. This is really anoying when your listing to a great song. But the Best part of the machine is The MP3. When you buy this you should also purchases a memeory card which can help you hold about 70 more song. You can also store songs on these card and save them like as if they were ds. You take one out then put another one in. The card also speed up the downloading process. The Downloading process is also very easy. It a simple 1...2..3. It took me 5 minutes to download a whole album. And you can name you songs. and the player will svae them inorder for you. It very simpile. It also has a programmming mode which allows you to save your radio stations. Once agian its a good piece of hardware excptfor the radio inteference and it lack of the ability to record son from the radio and vioces which are avialble in many of the newer models.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love this Little Gizmo!
OK, so I'm not the most sophisticated electronics user and am easily impressed, but I have to say that this mp3 player has everything I was wanting and more! At 128 mb it holds more than enough music to keep you entertained for hours, and with the option of random play it should be quite awhile before you grow tired of your songs. Once you do grow tired of them, however, or if you are just looking for much more variety, the expansion slot allows you to easily expand your library without limit. Sure, this little guy may not be as sophisticated as some of the mini jukeboxes, but for the price it offers an incredible capacity with super sound. I would recommend this little guy to anyone, especially someone new to the technology! ... Read more


48. RCA ATSC11 High Definition Tuner
list price: $449.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0000BZHAG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 15907
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Amazon.com Product Description

RCA's ATSC11 high-definition TV tuner is the perfect stepping stone from analog entertainment to the digital world. The tuner connects to most TVs, though of course you'll derive the greatest benefit when using it with an HD-ready television (projection, CRT, or flat-panel). The ATSC11 receives digital HD and SD (standard-definition) ATSC terrestrial broadcasts and outputs 480i and 480p, 720p, or 1080i--simply select the format and resolution that's right for your set.

The tuner makes it easy to locate information on available HD programming through its onscreen digital program guide. And, you'll enjoy the purest digital signal transmission available with the receiver's DVI output. Video connections include component-video, S-video, and standard composite-video, and the tuner even comes with a handy adapter to convert its DVI output into a computer-monitor-friendly RGB signal.

Choose between optical and coaxial digital-audio outputs for passing Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround to a compatible AV receiver and multichannel speaker system to fully immerse yourself in your programs' sounds.

What's in the Box
DTV receiver, remote control, remote batteries, detachable AC power cord,composite-video/stereo analog audio interconnect, component-video interconnect, 1 RGB-to-DVI video adapter, and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • High-definition tuner with selectable output modes: 480i/p, 720p, or 1080i
  • Digital onscreen program guide keeps you abreast of high-definition broadcasts
  • V-Chip parental control restricts viewing for young audiences
  • Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround passthrough (optical and coaxial jacks) for immersive, powerful audio presentations
  • includes DVI direct digital output and a universal IR remote control

49. RCA 24F530T 24" TruFlat TV

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Asin: B0000BZH7J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
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Features

  • 24-inch flat-screen TV; 30.5 x 22 x 24.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • TruFlat picture tube reduces reflections and glare by more than 60 percent
  • Digital comb filter for improved video clarity
  • Rear composite inputs with S-video and component-video inputs
  • Front-firing 6-watt speaker system (3 watts x 2)

50. RCA 20” Flat 3-Way Combo – 20F500TDV
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00030NFSQ
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 75395
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Features

  • This RCA 20" Diagonal TruFlat™ television includes a DVD and VCR
  • The DVD player incorporates the newest electronic software to allow wider compatibility with CD-R and mp3 audio playback to expand your options
  • Television features a TruFlat™ picture tube that reduces peripheral screen reflections and glare by over 60% (compared to standard tubes)
  • With the flat screen, you will enjoy a wider effective viewing area from any angle - extremely helpful when trying to place a television in a room with minimal space
  • Connecting game systems, a digital camera or home audio system is much simpler thanks to the Stereo Front and Rear Audio/Video Inputs with Digital Audio Output

51. RCA Corded Phone (25202RE3) (25202RE3)

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Asin: B00029WQVU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 32669
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52. RCA DVR10 High-Definition Digital Video Recorder
list price: $449.99
our price: $399.99
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Asin: B0000BZHBR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 27699
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The RCA DVR10 high-definition hard-disk video recorder offers the capability of recording and storing your favorite TV programs--even at full high-definition (HDTV) resolution. This 80 GB digital video recorder holds up to 9 hours of HD programming and up to 40 hours of standard-definition programming when connected to a copy-protected IEEE 1394 digital TV (including RCA Scenium sets) or set-top box. Using the built-in timer capabilities of a connected television or set-top box, the DVR10 can be triggered to record programs up to 24 hours in advance, programmed to "tape" a program daily, or set to instantly record a program in progress.

Key features include pause, fast forward, reverse, slow motion (both forward and reverse), and single-frame advance. The DVR10 also offers a variety of skip and search functions based on the IEEE 1394 commands from the controlling device. Unlike a traditional VCR, with which you have to wait for a program to finish recording before you start watching it, the DVR10 lets you pause, rewind, and play back a program as it is being recorded. Press the left arrow for an instant replay of the last 7 seconds or the right arrow to jump ahead 30 seconds.

The back of the DVR10 has two 6-pin DTVLink (IEEE 1394) ports and an AC power-cord connector. Devices using the IEEE 1394 interface can be connected to either port. Devices certified as DTVLink use the same IEEE 1394 interface but also include advanced copy protection schemes to send and receive encrypted or copy-protected content. The IEEE 1394 interface also lets you control the DVR10's record and playback functions right from the remote control for your television.

What's in the Box
DVR10 recorder, an AC power cord, an IEEE 1394 cable, a remote control, remote batteries, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 80 GB digital video recorder with 9-hour HDTV capacity and 40-hour SDTV (standard-definition) capacity
  • 2 copy-protected IEEE 1394 inputs compatible with digital televisions and DTV set-top box receivers
  • Support for audio/video commands lets you program the unit for advance recording through other devices
  • Pause, rewind, and play back a program as it's being recorded
  • Instant replay jumps back seven seconds; jump ahead skips forward 30 seconds

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away
Don't be misled by the product spin above. For those familiar with Tivo or Cable set-top DVR solutions, here are the major shortcomings of the DVR10 you need to know:

1) It ONLY records HD (ATSC), not VHF (NTSC) broadcasts.
2) The DVR10 has no built-in guide or interface enabling simple "press 'n go" programming.
3) Programming future recordings is cumbersome and unreliable.
4) Recordings stop once you change the channel.
5) The control functions (rewind, pause, etc) are slow and temperamental.
6) The user must manually switch their TV input to access DVR10 recordings.
7) The DVR10 will likely stop working or re-boot your HD TV ...several times.

So, ask yourself how many HD channels you have, and why you would not want to record the other 90% of your cable line-up before you buy this product. Ask yourself why RCA chose to use a slow disk drive (only 5400 RPM) with low video buffer (only 2 MB) before you buy this product. Ask yourself if you want to re-live the "how do I program my VCR?" era all over again.

The DVR10 is a stop-gap HD VCR, and a step-back for consumers who want the more user-friendly, more useful DVR solutions you can get from Tivo or your local cable company. Please spare yourself from the cost and annoyance.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not ready for prime time
Issues with this product when used with a Mistubishi TV and OTA reception.
1. Stops recording
2. Misses recordings
3. Thinks there is a connection to TV when there is not one
4. Date time stamp incorrect for recordings
It is frustrating to use, because it does not work properly often. Then there are times it works as it should.
Technical issues aside, if you looking for TIVO or ReplayTV functionality, this is not for you. This is simple functionality similiar to a VCR, just no tapes and a hard drive instead. And there is limited capacity for HDTV only 9 hours.
I am waiting for a replacement unit from RCA to see if the technical issues are limited to my unit or if there is a general unreliability problem with this product.
If this product worked, it would be a stop gap until other products are on the market at a reasonable price. ... Read more


53. RCA DRC8050N Progressive-Scan DVD Player/Recorder

our price: $349.99
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Asin: B0002ARKNS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 27001
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Features

  • DVD player/recorder stores up to 8 hours per 4.7 GB DVD+R/+RW; features direct digital (DV/IEEE 1394) camcorder input
  • Progressive-scan video output renders seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • Flash-memory access through front-panel USB input; front AV inputs accommodate camcorders and VCRs for easy-access direct recording
  • Onscreen keyboard allows disc/program titling; uses MPEG2 video encoding; offers TV Guide onscreen 8-day interactive program guide
  • Measures 17.5 x 3.3 x 13.8 inches (W x H x D)

54. RCA RS1249 Compact Stereo System
list price: $139.00
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Asin: B00000J06D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 44860
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

RCA Audio Systems combine smart features, great convenience... and a mountain of sound. And with features like bass boost and electronic equalization, you can customize your sounds to match your mood, your music... or your parents' pain threshold. Pick RCA Audio - and get ready to rumble. ... Read more

Features

  • Full-function remote control
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • 3-disc drawer-type CD changer
  • Dual-well cassette deck
  • Digital AM/FM stereo tuner

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars good with accessories
This is a great stereo system.I have it hooked up to two large floor speakers and two surround sound speakers and I'm very pleased with the sound quality.I can really shake the walls in my apartment if I feel like it.The system is easy to set up and to use for anyone who isn't a sound technician.I like the remote feature and the preset equalizers (I'm no good at balancing sound).It would be nice if it had a clock feature but I see that as the only drawback to an otherwise simple yet great sounding system.

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of garbage
I bought this thing before I had any knowledge of what a good piece of audio equipment was. I only had this for about 3 months until it stopped working. Everything was lighting up but when I tried to play a CD or an audio tape or listen to the tuner, there wasn't any audio. The RS1249 had a warranty but it cost me $60 to ship it back to Texas. That was about half of what I paid for it... not cool. I took about 3 weeks to get my replacement for it. In less than a year, that one was total busted as well. It started making weird noises when I opened and closed the CD tray. Then it would occasionally become stuck and I had to apply force to close it until it finally would almost never close. I even had one of my good CDs get stuck in it and I had to take it all apart to get my CD out. When I looked inside, mostly everything that could be plastic WAS plastic. Plastic against plastic doesn't work very well... I speak from experience. Also, in the time that it did work, it would pick up radio signals even when it wasn't set to tuner. It would even pick them up when it was turned off. When I went to bed, I would have to unplug it because it would pick up stations and randomly go on and off with them. The RS1249 also puts of distortion when it is turned off or not being used but it isn't very obvious. Don't waste your money on this piece of garbage. Go out and buy a system that has a receiver and separate CD player or tape deck. If you have to get a book shelf system for space or money reasons, do yourself a favor and don't buy this product

1-0 out of 5 stars The radio on your system "stinks"
I received a RCA RS 1286 for my birthday and am thrilled with the CD and tape player part of it.....but the radio leaves a whole lot to be desired.As with all digitals, a pre-set station is just that....a set station, whereas with analog you can fine tune a station until it comes in clear. If a door closes hard the radio goes way down and then you have to start fiddling again....Not happy with it at all.

Couldn't find this number (1286)on the web so used 1249.

Thanks for the opportunity to voice my displeasure.

Helen L. Bright
18245 305th Ave.
Onida, SD 57564

1-0 out of 5 stars Substandard
Decent sound but within a few weeks the unit had become very temperamental when it came to playing CDs, to the point where it would nearly always stop playing the disc prematurely.I can no longer use it play CDs.

Worst, though, is the fact that the unit is prone to picking up signals from other sources, such as CB radios (which don't affect any other radio I've used in the same location).This happens regardless of whether I'm using the tuner, tape player, or CD player.The only way to avoid this is to unplug it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Satisfying
I recieved this product last christmas and it is still a "satisfying" CD player. I know that I'll be keeping this one for a couple more years. ... Read more


55. RCA RP1667 Headset Radio (Digital AM/FM Stereo)
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00005MNGA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 12863
Average Customer Review: 4.31 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Radio!!!
I bought several radios and returned them all because of poor quality and reception. This radio is definitely what I was looking for. It's compact and I get excellent reception. I bought it for the gym so I can tune into the TV through a FM channel and it is crystal clear. I also use it while I walk and at the beach and have never had a problem. Excellent all around- size, durability, reception, earphones. I LOVE IT!! And a great price! I highly recommend it!!

4-0 out of 5 stars A nice little radio for the money.
I got this radio to use while riding my bike. I wanted something small with an electronic tuner so I wouldn't have to worry about bumping it and losing the station.

The radio is very compact and fits nicely in my jacket pocket. The tuner is easy to use and well laid out. It allows you to set presets for am/fm and easily move through them with a single button press.

The reception is pretty good, and keeps most stations tuned in even while riding at 60 mph. I would have liked to have a bass boost option on it, but even without it the sounds is acceptable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice for the price.
This is a very nice little personal radio for the price. I use it at the gym and in other situations and am very happy with it. A totally pleasant little product, in my opinion. (You may prefer to get regular earbuds, as I did.)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best SMall Headset Radio.
I have owned many headset radios, including the original Walkman...this model RCA is not only the very best but it has lasted for four years!! I cannot wait for another one. Actually only the FM gave out; the AM is still perfect.

5-0 out of 5 stars RCA Did it's thing and did it well
Well the RCA RP1667 is simply the best radio player of it's kind in its price range!!! This radio is better and cheeper than most of the sony portabe radios i've tried yet!

the included headfones are CRAP and need to be replaced by mediume or high end headfones!!

The head fones surve like an fm antena so the longer the cord is the better the reception is.

NOTE: Cordless headfones are useless for this product!!!

The case is well designed and prety strong (in testing a 60kg (140 pounds)were placed on it's surface and it survived the sony's usualy don't hold more than 20 kg... ... Read more


56. RCA RT2380BK Home Theater Surround System (Black)
list price: $179.99
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B0002ARLCI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 8906
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Amazon.com Product Description

Experience your movies and music in exciting, 3-dimensional surround sound with RCA's RT2380BK home theater sound system in traditional hi-fi black. The system consists of an audio/video surround receiver, 4 compact satellite speakers, a center-channel speaker, and a 6.5-inch powered subwoofer. The front and rear left/right satellites are powered by 55 watts each, and the center speaker and subwoofer each receive a hefty 90 watts for clear, stable dialogue and strong, deep, floor-shaking bass.

The system offers Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Pro Logic audio decoding so you can enjoy the full-bodied, discrete surround effects from Dolby Digital DVDs and your DPL-encoded VHS tapes. Dolby Pro Logic II processing actually generates spacious-sounding 5.1 mixes from any stereo (2-channel source), giving you the opportunity to hear your favorite music in surround sound.

One each optical and coaxial digital-audio inputs are available for hooking up the surround output of your DVD player as well as a second component such as a CD player or minidisc player, and you also get 3 composite-video inputs, 2 S-video inputs, and a total of 6 stereo analog audio inputs and 2 outputs.

A drift-free, digital FM/AM tuner offers 40 station presets so your favorite stations are never more than a button-push away. To fine tune your audio, the system offers preassigned equalization curves designated for Rock, Pop, Jazz, and Classical. The supplied remote control operates this system in addition to all RCA DVD players, TVs, VCRs, and satellite receivers.

What's in the Box
Surround amplifier, 4 satellite speakers, a center speaker, a powered subwoofer, a remote control (RCR311AB1), remote batteries, FM/AM antennas, a user's manual, all requisite cabling. ... Read more

Features

  • Home theater audio system featuring a surround receiver, 4 satellite speakers, a center speaker, and a subwoofer
  • 400 watts total system power: 55 watts x 4 (front and rear left/right) and 90 watts x 2 (center speaker, subwoofer)
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Pro Logic decoding; Dolby Pro Logic II generates 5.1-channel surround signals from any stereo (2-channel) source
  • Digital FM/AM tuner with 40 station presets
  • Remote control operates RCA DVD players, TVs, VCRs, and satellite receivers; includes all requisite cabling

57. RCA G-Link Cable 1372856
list price: $18.48
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Asin: B0001AOEG0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 13835
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Features

  • Use the Guide Plus+ System on your home electronics

58. RCA LCDX3022W 30" LCD Flat Panel HD-Compatible TV

our price: $2,999.99
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Asin: B0000BZHC7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 48155
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Amazon.com Product Description

Building on the cosmetic and technical prowess of its high-end Scenium televisions, RCA's 30-inch LCDX3022W LCD TV is ready to render the best of yesterday's analog TV signals and the highest-resolution of today's high-definition digital feeds. The screen itself is a mere quarter of an inch wide, and RCA's Bi-Sonic speakers flank the widescreen (16:9 aspect ratio) display for spacious sound with wide stereo separation. The set's 170-degree viewing angles ensure amazing picture quality from virtually any location, so the whole family can savor the set's rich images. The LCDX3022W's CinemaScreen high-gloss black chassis lets the set disappear into the darkness of your living room, leaving only the brilliant (500 cd/m2), high-contrast (500:1) screen for theaterlike nighttime movie viewing.

With a native resolution of 1,280 x 768, the set is equipped to display both standard- and high-definition signals (480p, 720p, and 1080i). It uses built-in image scaling to fit 1080i signals to its progressively scanned 768 horizontal lines. A DVI-HDTV input provides a direct-digital connection to a digital set-top box or compatible PC, while the unit's integrated analog NTSC tuner lets you enjoy off-air TV and cable programs.

LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, freedom from eye strain (no screen flickering or radiation emissions), quiet operation (no high-pitch "flyback" noise, an issue with CRT TVs), accurate image geometry (no curvature distortion or susceptibility to magnetic interference), long screen life (no risk of image burn-in), space savings, and light weight/easy positioning. They also tend to be cheaper and, to some eyes, slightly more natural looking than their plasma flat-panel counterparts, which usually "spec" higher (higher brightness, higher contrast ratio).

The LCDX3022W includes state-of-the-art video processing with an image deinterlacer that converts analog signals to a progressive display, improving both resolution and image clarity. While not as fast as LCD sets come, the LCDX3022W's 25 millisecond response time will deliver smooth, seamless images from most video sources.

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Features

  • 30-inch HDTV-compatible LCD monitor with 1280 x 768 resolution; 34.7 x 19.7 x 2.5 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • Digital 3-line comb filter and built-in NTSC tuner
  • 500 cd/m2 brightness with 500:1 contrast delivers vivid, bright images
  • 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angle
  • Bisonic left and right speakers offer enhanced audio

59. RCA DLNB2BOX LNB (Dual)

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Asin: B00009W3DU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 37084
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60. RCA WHP150C Wireless Headphones

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Asin: B00009W3CR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 3969
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of Gar-Bage
The phones have never worked right. I thought I had a defective transmitter and exchanged them for another and the thing still did not work. The green light came on for a second and them went off completely. No matter how many times I tried to re-connect the transmitter, it never worked right. There is NO technical support on the RCA website for these phones at all. Don't waste your time or your money.

2-0 out of 5 stars These headphones suck!
I first thought these headphones would be a dream, but not after I tried them. When I first recieved these "miracle" headphones, I discovered that the batteries in the headphones had to be first charged-what a pain it was to have to wait 24 hours before I could use these "wireless wonders." When the time came to use the headphones, I also heard a sharp whistling noise. My television didnt turn up high enough to block out the sound. Now, after 6 weeks of owning them, I'm ready to get rid of them.

1-0 out of 5 stars Can't be any worse
After 48 hours I still have not been able to get the right frequency to listen to anything. This is the worst possible thing I have ever bought.

1-0 out of 5 stars That 5 star rating must be a joke or an ad.
These headphones challenge me--how does one write a review of a product like this without using foul language? These cans have a constant "whistle" in the background. If your source material should stop playing for a minute or so, the sending unit seems to shut down, and the headphones emit a LOUD white noise burst, which will continue until you either shut them off or get the source material playing again. I could possibly ignore the whistle effect while listening to loud, busy music, but the white noise is unacceptable.

... How would I know that these "5 star rated" headphones would be so crappy before I tried them? Now I'm stuck with them--anybody want 'em cheap?

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best, Skip the Rest
After purchasing a variety of wireless headphones and not having much success, I happened upon this wonderful adjustable headphone that uses rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries (included).

You can actually enjoy watching TV, use your VCR/DVD player or listen to your stereo without disturbing a single soul.

The headphones rest on a transmitter that recharges the headphones after you plug them back in. They are always ready for use and the batteries must last forever because so far, I've not had to worry about the batteries wearing out.

You can walk 125 feet away from the transmitter and still hear music. Unlike other headphones I tried, this one only seems to pick up the sounds from the TV or Stereo. Which is a good thing unless you want to hear conversations from who knows where. It was very annoying with other brands I have tried in the past.

The headphones have soft earpads which allow for hours of comfortable listening. You can even be in bed and lean back on a pillow and they are comfortable.

All you do is connect this system to your CD, TV, VCR/DVD player or HI-Fi or radio.

Occasionally while watching a movie, I did have to readjust the tuning, which is right on the headset. There is a volume control and a place where you can plug it back into the charge unit.

Strangely, you can also use this as a speaker if the volume is up high enough. That might defeat the purpose, but if you TV is close to a wall shared by someone who is trying to sleep, this can be helpful.

Listening Freedom! Even late into the night when you want to watch movies. Now, the only problem is remembering not to laugh too loudly when watching comedies. ... Read more


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