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Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Sony Goes Retro With Cassette Tape, CD player and Radio Combo


Sony will release in Japan the CFD-A110 Cassette Tape, Radio and CD player.

The player has a 'retro' design featuring a 'wood' like finish. It will be available at the Japanese market on June 21 for about 20,000 yen.

Basic features include an FM/AM/TV tuner, reproduction of CD-R/RW, a sleep mode function. 2X 2W speakers, a microphone input and a headphone port. Notice that the device allows Japanese consumers to listen to Japanese TV (audio only) and enjoy Karaoke.



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