Question about Coby CX-C21 Personal Cassette Player
I have had a walkman for a few years and have been satisfied with it. Lately, all the people around me encourage me to buy an MP3 player instead. I'm not sure: An MP3 player has more functions, but a cassette played is much cheaper and tapes can be recorded very easily for someone who's not a techie, as I am. What do you think? I am not a computer person, and am afraid it will be too difficult for me to handle.
Yancyyy, Your conflict is understood. These MP3 players really do seem scary for us non-tech people. My granddaughter bought me one for Christmas and I was pretty scared. But she taught me how to use it and overall I am pretty satisfied. I think it's worth the price. Of course, it's only my opinion. If you don't think you have someone who will be able to help you get along with your player, perhaps you should stick to your old cassette player. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 06, 2007
Another thing to consider is the sound quality aspect. You will get a much greater level of fidelity from a high-end Walkman player than any mp3 player can give you.
If sound is important then I would stick with what you have. Not always is newer better in the world of audio reproduction...
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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