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Sony WM-FX281 Cassette Walkman with Digital Tuner

AED 954
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Product Description

Stereo cassette Walkman with digital-synthesized FM/AM stereo tuner (with 40 presets) and Mega Bass enhancement

Anti-rolling mechanism minimizes distortion when the Walkman is in motion due to active use

TV and weather band reception let you listen to TV channels 2 to 13 and up-to-the-minute weather

Includes dynamic, over-ear headphones, a belt clip, and a carry case

Up to 32 hours extended battery life on 1 AA battery (tape), 40 hours with radio

Sony's WM-FX281 stereo cassette player is portable enough--and, at under half a pound--light enough to go anywhere. In
addition to playing tapes, the Walkman offers drift-free, digitally synthesized FM stereo and wideband AM, TV (channels
2 to 13), and weather band (channels 1 to 7) reception.

The player's automatic volume limiter system (AVLS) maintains an even volume level, guarding against unintended level
increases and evening the output of musical passages that vary widely in level. A switch adjusts the sound to
accommodate metal-oxide tapes, and Mega Bass produces deep, rich bass tones. Automatic shut-off (in playback mode)
extends battery life and helps prevent both mechanical and tape wear by turning off unit at the end of each tape side.
Finally, an anti-rolling mechanism maintains stable tape speed to minimize music-distorting "wow and flutter" while the
player is in motion.

For the radio, 40-station preset memory offers one-button tuning to your choice of seven TV stations, four
weather-band stations, 24 FM stations, and five AM stations. An FM local/distant (DX) switch improves reception of fuzzy
stations.

Supplied MDR-027 over-ear headphones offer wide dynamic range and clear sound, and the unit also comes with a carry
case and belt clip. Two AA batteries provide up to 32 hours (maximum, using Sony Alkaline batteries) of continuous tape
playback, or up to 40 hours of FM radio reception.

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