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Written on: 18/12/2011
I was given one of these units recently, I use it in the kitchen and it is perfect for this kind of application. It plays all of the discs I have tried, including a different bit-depth MP3 files and WMA discs that I have had for ages. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this unit, especially if you can get one for free like me. I can comment on battery life as it is wired in to the mains fulltime… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/12/2011
I used to have CDs scattered everywhere, I followed the guide for transferring these to WMA format and suddenly I just needed a few discs. Normally this kind of 'ripping' thing (I believe that is the correct term) is for the younger generation, but with some help from my son, we managed to make everything work. Now we just have a few discs, each with over 20 hours of music on, that suit different occasions. The downside is that my son has a lot more discs that he has DJ'd and this means by… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/01/2010
Got this from the market for £5 it play's great play up to 11 hour's music i was going to got one like it from Argos but that was £40… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2005 by kayakca (1 review written)
The Packard Bell OP10 MP3 CD Stereo is a fabulous product and great value for money. It plays all my MP3 and WMA CDs including all my high data rate files. CD-R and CD-RW media play with no problems. The display shows the MP3 and WMA tag data so I know exactly which song is playing. The tuner is a high quality phase locked loop digital design. The keys are laid out logically and the user interface is brilliant. All in all a classy product and amazingly you can buy it for under £30… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/04/2005 by Seymour the Fractal Cat (2 reviews written)
The Packard Bell OP10 MP3 CD Stereo is okay for kitchen listening and the MP3 function is useful because I record a lot of radio programes in that format, however, it claims to play WMA discs but would not play my WMA disc of "Feet of Clay" by Terry Pratchett.
I've since got a much better one from Maplins for £29 with tape & headphone socket. Check that one instead.
Can't comment on battery life… Read Full Review
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