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Roberts RC9907 3-BAND Radio Cassette Recorder with LW/MW/FM Timer
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- Autoreverse : No, Sound System: Mono
- Cassette deck : Yes, single
- Clock Radio Features: Vhf/Mono
- 2 Watt, Three Wavebands
- Wavebands: 3
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The RC9907 is a classic looking LW/MW and FM radio cassette player that also acts as an alarm clock. You can choose to wake to your favourite radio station, buzzer or your cassette. The RC9907 has a timer record facility. - See more at.
• LW / MW / FM wavebands
• Dial tuning system
• Rotary volume and tuning controls
• Timer record facility
• Digital clock/alarm
• Wake to radio, buzzer or cassette
• Full auto stop cassette mechanism
• One touch recording
• Soft eject mechanism
• Built-in microphone
• Headphone socket
• Batteries Radio: 4 x LR14 (‘C’ Size) Clock: 1 x LR6 (‘AA’ Size)
• Size (mm) 290(w) x 130(h) x 115(d)
• Weight 1.17kg
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Top Customer Reviews
Trudi Gray- purchase made at the end of August 2010.
The radio arrived really promptly and she's been full of praise for it ever since. It has good sound quality and does exactly what it says on the tin.
On the plus side, it's good to be able to play back tapes and lsten to them as if I were listening to a radio. In addition, I like having a non-digital radio tuned by twirling a dial (sorry to hear on the news this morning that the new British govt is going ahead with plans to phase out FM by 2015). But I have two main criticisms of the system so far:
a) I found setting the clock needlessly tricky, and not very well described in the instruction booklet. The relevant pages of the instruction booklet include a helpline number for queries, and I understand from using this line that some other users have also had problems setting the clock. I have yet to try making a timed recording of a radio programme; have been deterred from doing this by the difficulties over the fiddly clock.
b) although I make recordings with the small Sony recorder set to normal speed, on several occasions the playback feature of the Roberts recorder has speeded the tapes right up to sound like double speed. That happened this morning when I rewound on Roberts a cassette on which I had freshly recorded something on the Sony recorder. However, once I removed the cassette from the Roberts player and reinserted it, the speed was normal.
I should also add that quality of service from KK Electronics was excellent, and they and Amazon were courteous and efficient in processing the return.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You get what you pay for. As an amateur thesp I wanted something that I could use to speak the lines (and play the vocal lines on the piano) onto a tape and play it back to learn a... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Terrahurtz
Good little radio, with clear crisp sound.
Unsophisticated radio ideal for anyone getting away from "Hi Tech" complications. Read more
got it for my dad as a fathers day present.he is 87 years old and he says its just what he wanted. will have to see how it works out.Published 1 month ago by michael fox
My wife had this radio cassette in our kitchen for a long time, but due to an accident we had to purchase another radio. Read morePublished 1 month ago by m.j.palmer
I don't bother to listen to the radio but have many cassette tapes that I play consistently. This is an excellent buy which plays my tapes superbly and arrived safely and promptly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by john clay
Simple & cheap for playing old cassettes.Sound quality not as good as expected from RobertsPublished 1 month ago by Royston May