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CD players come in various sizes for multiple uses. They can be portable or stationary, have different disk capacities and offer several modes. Consider sound and build quality, capability as a microSD™ card reader, connectability and audio formats before choosing a player.
CD players can have a boxy traditional style, industrial, contemporary or retro appearance. Some portable models are larger, taking on the look of a boombox, while others have a round and compact classic style for easy transporting and travel. You'll also find brands of CD players that can attach to the back of a front car seat, are wall-mountable or installed underneath a shelf or cabinet to save space.
Many of the CD players available today support CD-R/RW, MP3 and WMA files, allowing you to create your own CDs and play them at will. Different modes, such as shuffle and single play, allow you to control the music choices. You'll also find models with DVD players, enabling you to go from audio to movies in seconds, and those that have built-in sound effects like rock, jazz, pop and classic to set the mood. You will also appreciate an external card reader that lets you transfer music to another device. Making simple voice commands is possible on some models using Alexa™ or Google Assistant™ to start your music. Some CD players also come with an AM/FM receiver, mega bass enhancement and NFC software that enables connectivity to a smartphone.
CD players come with a host of benefits that help to improve sound and convenience. They are often large to reduce vibrations, and provide anti-shock functionality to prevent damage. Others include VLSC to lower pulse noise. Multiple disks holders of 5 or more prevent the need for reloading the player, and different sound modes expand your music playing options. Look for a front-panel USB port that lets you transfer music to another electronic device, a memory card reader to read and write music and built-in Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi® capabilities that allow you to access streaming services on the net. Most models can convert signals from digital to analog, achieving optimal sound quality.
There are a variety of audio/video accessories to prolong the life of your device and CDs. An external card reader lets you listen or burn music to a CD with a simple plug and play function. You will also find storage racks and containers and individual cases or sleeves. Consider labels to help keep your collection in order and in good condition. A lens cleaner will prevent dust build-up, allowing the device to maintain high-quality performance. Bags with zipper closures make transport and storage convenient. An auto on/off timer consumes less energy, a surge protector prevents damage from a power surge or outage and a remote control lets you operate the CD player from anywhere in the room.