Bush Portable Cassette Player
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While Sony was the leader in the field, a number of other Japanese companies made good quality players and brands including Aiwa, JVC, Panasonic and Sharp are worth considering. Aiwa was the second biggest player and was strong in tape technology so their machines represent good value. Consumer Electronics:TV, Video and Home Audio:TV, Video and Audio Parts:Record Player, Turntable Parts
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It must be used solely for domestic purposes. The guarantee will be rendered invalid if the product is re-sold or has been damaged by inexpert repair. For those prepared to get up early on Sunday morning, the local boot fair is where the prices are always going to be most competitive albeit you can’t always tell if they are working properly. Electronics:Home Audio Stereos, Components:Speaker Parts and Components:Other Speaker Parts and Comp.
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Home, Furniture and DIY:Smart Home and Surveillance:Smart Speakers, Hubs and Accessories:Smart SpeakersYou don't have permission to access "http://www.argos.co.uk/browse/technology/cd-players/c:30139/brands:bush/" on this server. Electronics:Home Audio Stereos, Components:Speaker Parts and Components:Speaker Building Components The new tape players on the market are nearly all built for transferring cassette to mp3 via a USB connection, which is handy if you want to digitise your tapes but the build quality on offer doesn’t really inspire good sound.