CD 125 Portable CD Player

Portable CD Player With Two Stereo Speakers

The ultimate portable CD player, the CD125 is perfect for audio on the go. With 12 hours of playtime thanks to the built-in rechargeable battery, the CD125 is perfect for long audio playback. You can also connect using AC power or another portable power source via the built-in micro USB port. Quick, easy, convenient

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CD 125

Portable Bluetooth CD Player

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Bluetooth, Portable CD Player

Easily connect to Bluetooth headphones or earbuds with super simple pairing and listen on the go. Or use the supplied high-quality earphones for comfortable listening, plus in-line control to play, pause and skip tracks more efficiently. Shock protection technology ensures the audio continues without skipping, and the hold lock feature ensures there are no button errors.

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What's in the box?

1x CD 125 Portable CD player

Ready to play.

1x Earphones

For at home or on the go.

1x 3.5, Audio Cable

To connect to the CD125

1x Mains Power Cable

Bowfell mains power connector.

Specs

Model No. OV-FDNY-JBE7
Dimensions 14.2 x 14.2 x 3 cm
Power DC 5 1.0A
AUX In 3.5 mm

CD 125 Customer Reviews

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UK, EU

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4.67 out of 5 stars

12 reviews

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One review with a 4-star rating

  1. Paul Fryer

    Great little player

    Paul Fryer

    I bought this player so that I can listen to CDs when I am having a rest. I needed a player with Bluetooth and rechargeable battery, and this one filled the bill. the sound quality is remarkably good using quality ear-phones (I am using Oladance wireless on Bluetooth). The one weakness is the built in speakers, very thin and “tinny” sound. I rather wish that they hadn’t bother. Otherwise this is a well made player which performs very well.

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