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The RD-EZ11 is a low-end boom box from JVC.

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Pros

lightweight with a handle that makes it easy to carry around

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radio gets good reception, can catch distant stations if you need it to

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compact design with a minimal footprint

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connects to an iPod or other MP3 player easily

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extremely simple operation, no learning curve at all

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

highs and lows are a bit washed out

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sound gets distorted as soon as you turn the volume up past a low-medium

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won't play any CDs with minor blemishes on them

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The RD-EZ11 is a low-end boom box from JVC. It is a portable system with very basic functionality, combining a CD player and AM/FM tuner. It also features an audio input that can be used to play music stored on an iPod or other portable media device. It can output a total of 3 W, and is battery-operable. It is appropriately portable for a boom box, weighing under 4 lbs. JVC's lineup lacks a mid-range boom box option, as the next model up from the RD-EZ11 is a 40W, $300 system.

Features
  • 3W total output power (1.5W x2)
  • CD/CD-R/CD-RW playback
  • AM/FM tuner
  • Audio input for portable device
  • Battery-operable
  • 3.8 lbs (without battery)
Post Review
Michael
11/11/2012 12:20

What's on my mind is that Booker is out of his. Washed out highs and lows!!?? C'mon, what do you want for under 50 bucks? Analog tuner could better and really surprised there's no headphone jack, but other than that it works fine for the price. Want audiophile sound? Spend 2 to 500 on a Yamaha or Denon system.

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