“ Manufacturer: Kenwood / Model: KDC-3024 / CD and cassette player / built-in amplifier / 4 x 50 Watts. „
Ive had 3 of these cd/casette players as i like them so much. The main reason is that the sound quality is excellent, and also because i want the option of a cassette player and a cd player. It doesnt have all the mod cons such as blue tooth or usb ports, but personally this doesnt bother me. Its digital display again is quite dated, however the advantages way outgo this for me. Its easy to use, and apparently easy to fit if youre able to fit it yourself, the only problem was attaching it to the ignition (bare with me on this, i didnt do it myself!) so that it went off when you turn the car ignition off, however this is not totally neccessary.
I have basic speakers in, and it works brilliantly, you can change the bass and treble on it, and there is a loud option although i find that with some cds that this overpowers my tiny speakers so i tend to use it on normal. Put it this way, the bass is enough to vibrate the entire car on particular tracks so that suits me!
All in all, if you want an easy to use, cd and cassette player this is definately one of the better ones around, and is usually available somewhere on bidding sites such as ebay as these sorts of machines are tending to go out of fashion unfortunatly, as no one seems to listen to cassettes anymore!
This stereo is reasonable i would say. Granted, it doesn't have your bluetooth or mp3 connection or even a usb port. There are no digital inputs whatsoever. However, it delivers great sound quality, especially with the right speaker system, and it also has a CD player and Radio. The radio can be programmed to store your favourite stations and there are other functions such as a loud / quiet setting for quickly turning down the volume when needed and a traffic information system, which can be turned on or off when you need.
There are a few problems though. For example, if you leave a CD in too long and the amp gets too hot it is rather tricky to get it back out, although im not sure if thats because it was fitted poorly. Also, it can be difficult to set up, i find that sometimes i press the "all off" button when i mean to try to change from radio to CD.
The display is very basic and will show you what track number you are on, the time or radio station on the LCD screen and there are a few lights in the keys which add a nice aura around the faceplate.
All in all not too bad if you can buy it cheap, although it may be a little outdated now.