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Sharp's CD-DK891N is a mid-range bookshelf audio system.

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Pros

Sound quality is adequate for a shelf unit.

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Looks very sleek and modern.

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Straightforward, user-friendly interface.

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Very fully-featured for the price--iPod dock, cassette players, 5-disc CD changer.

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Included remote offers comprehensive iPod control.

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Cons

Power cord is pretty short.

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Doesn't charge iPods while on standby mode.

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Sharp's CD-DK891N is a mid-range bookshelf audio system. It boasts 250W of total output power and a solid feature set. The included iPod docking slot plays stored MP3s and WMAs, and charges the iPod, but only while the system is turned on. There is no USB input, so the system does not work with other MP3 players. It features a dual cassette deck, five-disc changer, and digital AM/FM tuner with 40 presets. Sound quality is good, with an X-BASS setting for a more powerful lower range. Like most shelf systems, it supports MP3, WMA, CD-R, and CD-RW audio discs.

Features
  • 250W total output
  • iPod dock
  • Multi-Play five-disc changer
  • Full Logic dual cassette deck
  • AM/FM tuner with 40 presets
  • MP3/WMA/CD-R/CD-RW support
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Frank
06/19/2012 09:07

I do not have the manuel how do I record from the CD to a Cassette

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