Why people still use portable CD players?

Believe it or not, a lot of people still use CD players to listen to CDs. For one thing, there is less to go wrong with this type of optical media (you can't accidentally delete everything). And for another, there is something appealing about the physical and nostalgic presence of CDs.

A portable CD player is a portable audio player used to play compact discs. Generally, it is compatible with CD-R, CD-RW, CD-MP3, and HDCD formats. Some can also connect to other audio-playing devices, like your phone or MP3 player. Besides, some CD players have 5 sound effects, including BBS, Pop, Jazz, Rock, and Classic.

The basic features of a portable CD player usually are:

  1. Play/Pause
  2. Stop
  3. Rewind
  4. Fast forward
  5. Hold (some models)
  6. Liquid crystal display
  7. Headphone/audio out socket

AutoJoy also sells portable CD players, these CD players can play CD-R, CD-RW, CD-MP3, and HDCD formats. And built-in large capacity rechargeable lithium battery, the CD player could support up to 12 hours working time after a once full charge.


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