For those of you who haven't made the jump to iPods or MP3 players we still got your back. If you like listening to your collection of CDs and don't feel the need to move on to newer technology, then we're here to help you pick out a personal CD player. New portable CD players are slimmer, more versatile, and offer greater durability than ever before, making for a quality alternative digital music player. Read on to learn more about the different features available before you make your purchase.
Anti-skip Technology - Personal CD players that include anti-skip technology will help prevent music from skipping while you listen. Anti-skip technology will keep your player running smoothly on a bumpy car ride, during a jog, or on a turbulent airplane trip.
Memory - Memory uses advanced technology to memorize the music about to be played. This way, if the laser has trouble reading the disk it will be able to get back on track without you even noticing. Accidental bumps or jolts won't affect your listening experience. This feature is a must have if you plan on performing physical activities while listening to your CD player. Choose a player with longer memory to get the best performance.
Anti-shock Technology - Similar to memory and anti-skip, anti-shock technology also helps prevent skipping. Anti-shock technology works by increasing signal strength and the player's ability to read CDs during vigorous activities.
Extra Features - There are plenty of other features to look out for. For example, Mega Bass technology uses digital processing to produce rich, deep, bass tones with extremely low harmonic distortion. This will give you the home theater experience through your headphones. Also, AM/FM tuners are offered on some models. Listening to your favorite radio stations gives you another option for enjoying your music. Like many other consumer electronics today, personal CD players offer an assortment of features. Read each model's description to find what works best for you.
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