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Cassette Adapter MP3 Player for Cars (Reads SD/MMC)

SKU: 10203
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- Works standalone as a regular MP3 player and also as a "cassette" MP3 player that goes into car stereos and outputs audio to your car stereo system- Comes with Car and AC adapter to charge the unit's internal rechargeable batteries- Stores songs on  and reads SD/MMC memory cards.- Note: depending on your memory card, it may be a little difficult to  remove the SD/MMC card after it's fully inserted into the "cassete" MP3 player
China Manufacturer Specification
  • Memory:
    No internal memory
    External Memory: Compatible with SD/MMC card (max.2GB)
  • Music Format: MP3
    Bit rate: 32-256Kbps
  • Earphone Jack: 3.5mm
  • SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio): >75dB
  • Output of earphones: 2 x 10mW(32Ohms)
  • USB: 2.0
  • System: Compatible with windows 2000/xp
  • Battery: Built-in 450mAh lithium battery
  • Dimension: 63X102X11.5 (mm)
  • Manufacturer Ref.: 5G8YYLNJJ9F2
  • Other Features:

  • Use like a normal cassette in a car cassette player or cassette player
  • Use as a stand alone MP3 Player
  • Repeat playback mode
  • 7 button interface
  • Recharge by USB cable
    Dimensions: 3.94 in x 2.52 in x 0.51 in
    Weight: 5.11 oz
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