Comments on this Panasonic deck

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  1. AggieZR2

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    i personally liek the panasonic decks...ill prolly get flamed for this. They are fairly simple to use, have good features etc...lower priced.
     
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    exactly, it seems like there must be a reason they sell them so cheap. I know people here don't like them, but unless someone can present me with a legitimate reason I don't see why. Anyone?
     
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    Uh, thats not excessively cheap. There are a lot of really really cheap mp3 playing decks, at least 100 dollars chepaer than that one.

    But if you like the features and price on that deck, I see no reason not to buy it, plus those graphics look kinda :cool: .

    I don't have any information on Panasonic's reliability or customer support so you might want to see ifyou can find some place that can tell you about that.
     
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    cheap in my book, or at least with the features I absolutely need.
     
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    i use an old cq-df44 and its worked flawlessly for a good 3 years+ now. I don't kno why people are hating on panasonic but mine is pretty damn good quality
     
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    you could always go with the CQ-DF783U for around $100, unless you're wanting the purdy display and need 5v preamp outputs.
     

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