Pine SM-200C+ has a good sound quality,and has simple operating features.
1) 50 second anti-shock
2) 200 mp3 on one cd
3)channel selection(you can select the audio channel to play the vocal or backing tracks)
4) ID3 tag,displays the name and number of the track,also artist and album name.
5)Ni-Mihm(battery) lasts about 4 hours.
Battery Drawback-when you keep the battery for charging it takes 2 hours to charge up again.
Battery benefits-beneficial point is you can replace other rechargeable batteries of other brands.
Battery indicator flashes on and off when the batteries are almost out of power.power is cutt off completely a short while later.
Resume Play function allows you to listen from the point of the track where play stopped because the unit was turned off.
When you switch SM-200C on,it shows you all the directories on your mp3 cd.In case, you want to change the current one or want to moving on to the next directory,than skip button is there.
it cost you about euro-125.00.it is a costly one but have easy features.
This mp3/cd player was worth every penny I paid for it (£123 from www.a2zcomputers.com). It comes with a carry case, a lead to connect it to your hi fi, very good headphones & a battery charger. The player uses built in rechargeable batteries, like a mobile phone, you just plug in the charger to recharge it. I also got 1 CD of mp3s & some software to make mp3s using my computer. The antishock for mp3s is 50 sec, which is good. When I shake it hard, it still plays smoothly. Audio is 10 sec so when I shake it, it does jitter. Audio quality is just as good as mp3 quality sound wise. When you switch it on, it scans through all the directories on your mp3 cd, tells you how many songs there are then starts playing the 1st song in the 1st directory. In the LCD display it shows the name of the song playing using it’s ID3 tag. There’s a button to skip to the next directory. It plays CDRW too which is great because if you have a writer then you can change what you listen to as many times as you want without waisting CDs & since a CD holds about 100 mp3s, this is a great feature. This is a very good value mp3 player & especially at the price I got it at, about £60 cheaper than the average shop price.
As you can see from the photo, the SM-200C is CD based.It is a combined CD/MP3 player. This thing is superb. Not only will it play regular CDs, it will also cope happily with CDs with up to 200 mp3s on it. It can handle sample bitrates from 32 to 320 kbps (Variable - you can even mix bitrates on the one cd), and also copes admirably with directories. So if you want to burn a cd with each artist in their own directory, the SM-200C will happily access all of them. Amongst it's other talents : 50 second anti-shock ID3 tag support (It displays the name of the track, artist and album when it plays them) resume (When you switch it back on, it remembers the last track it was playing and restarts it) Ni-Mihm pack (It lasts about 5 hours, and the mp3 player can recharge it without removing it) It retails for about 160 pounds, and I simply cannot recommend it highly enough.