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RCA RP 7968

RCA RP 7968
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May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of RCA RP 7968. The average rating for this product is 2.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other MP3 Players for all reviews. Reviews about the price and portability are overall positive, but there are some critical views about the sound.

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RCA RP7968 Boom box


Ok Bought the RCA RP7968 Boom box for my brother for christmas. From the time he opened it I was sorry I got it for him. First off I made him many cd-r disk. When I looked at the manual it said it didn't support cd-r or cd-rw and the list went down....

Nice style and size

Short antena, poor reseption, not cd-w cd-rw compatible, Not very loud. Bad manual

Dec, 2001

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RCA RP7968


A nicely sized unit ... the physical dimensions are what a portable unit should be ... very lightweight. The price is very competitive as RCA/GE usually is. Appears to be rather durable as I have dropped it twice without breakage. But that is where the...

Nice price; Nice Size

Sound Quality; Busy Controls

Jun, 2001

Product Specifications

Put some boom in any room with RCA RP 7968! When you need digital sound in any room - or any place - grab the RCA portable CD system. Its AC/DC versatility means that you can run your player using any AC outlet or optional batteries. With the built-in cassette deck you can play tapes as well as CD's - or record discs onto cassettes. And you can also switch between CD/cassette/AM/FM tuner modes at the touch of a button. Isn't that simple?