GPX C3317RS Sports Cassette Player
Rugged Sports Digitally Tuned AM/FM Cassette Personal Stereo with Bass Boost
GPX's C3317RS sports cassette player is designed for active use. Its water-resistant shell features rubber gaskets that seal out dirt, sand, and moisture. This rugged unit also delivers some nice features, including auto stop, 18 radio station presets, and bass enhancement.
The digital AM/FM stereo radio comes with five programmable preset buttons, positioned in front for easy access. This unit also has 18 presets and up/down scrolling that makes tuning easier. An LCD displays your station selection, and volume is controlled with a thumbwheel. The antenna is built in.
The stereo cassette player offers fast- forward, rewind, and play/stop functions. An auto stop feature concludes play when your tape ends. Like to pump up the bass? A bass enhancement switch boosts the bass at the touch of a button. GPX includes an over-the-head stereo headphone set. A removable belt clip is also included.
This sports cassette player runs on two AA batteries (not included). Its violet blue color comes with silver-and-black detailing, along with white and light green lettering. GPX's C3317RS sports cassette player has a limited 90-day warranty.
- Water-resistant and rugged, designed for sports and outdoor use
- Digital PLL AM/FM stereo radio
- Up to 18 radio station presets
- Bass boost system
- Headphones and removable belt clip included
Average Customer Review
(6 customer reviews)
Great for in the gym or on the road, October 12, 2000
By A Customer
This lightweight cassette player lives up to the "sports" title. It handled many full-on workouts in the gym without skipping a beat. It also held its own out on the road, lasting through an entire 15-mile jog without missing a single note. The headphones didn't exhibit any of the hiss and bounce that you might find coming from other cassette players. The only thing this player couldn't handle was the Jeep Cherokee that ran over while on a bike trip.
You get what you pay for, January 24, 2001
By A Customer
This tape player doesn't have a rewind button, and flipping the tape so you can fast-forward it instead is a pain in the middle of a workout. The headphones are also low quality; they certainly don't handle the full volume range of the player, which isn't even that great. The radio reception is also poor. In sum: Bad radio, low volume, terrible headphones, no rewind.
Awful, March 19, 2001
By A Customer
I bought this product and it is godawful. I may have gotten a faulty one because the sound is so awful. The range and sound separation is terrible and the volume is horrible. I tried to use it on a long plane trip and was very dissapointed.