The CD102 Personal CD Player supports curriculums for language learning programs and 1:1 instruction for students listening to audio books as they learn vocabulary, proficiency and reading fluency. It allows native and non-native English speakers of all abilities to silently listen and read along to an audio at their own pace without distracting their peers in class, the library or even to take it home to help improve their reading skills.
The CD102 includes a lightweight and adjustable 8200-HP digital stereo headphone, whose on-ear earcups help reduce ambient noise to keep the students more on task.
Built to withstand the rigors of day-in and day-out use, the CD102 has improved buffering to guard against accidental bumps and its shell is constructed with rugged, durable ABS plastic.
The shell of the CD102 is constructed from rugged ABS plastic in order to withstand the rigors of day-in and day-out use. The playback of content is assured with improved buffering, which guards against skipping or lag in replay caused from any bumping of the CD102.
The CD102 is available individually and also in a 4-person CD learning center (CD102-PLC) with four 8200-HP headphones, a four-position mini stereo jackbox (with adjustable volume controls) and a foam-lined storage case.
Battery Compartment for 2 AA batteries (batteries not included)
A: Yes. Califone Cassette Recorder/Player CAS1500 and Personal CD Player CD102 feature a detachable AC adapter which could be safely stored away and leave the CAS1500 and CD102 to be operated completely cord free via batteries.
A: Yes. The CD102 personal CD player has been upgraded with a new color and design with functions that are prominently featured and easily accessible. Learn how the CD102 can help repetitive study be more effective.
A: Yes. The Personal CD Player has a 60-second anti-shock protection button which is located on the top left-hand side of the buttons on the top of the player. Simply press the anti-shock button to activate the feature. Learn more about what the upgraded Personal CD Player can do.
A: The MODE button on the upgradedpersonal CD player allows you to select between allowing your CD to play in ‘normal’ mode from the first to the last track consecutively without stopping; repeating one track; repeating all tracks when it has completed its cycle; ‘intro’ mode; or ‘random’ mode, which enables all tracks on a disc to play in a random (shuffle) sequence. Click here to learn about other functions.
A: Yes. You can program up to 20 tracks on the upgradedpersonal CD player using the PROGRAM button. Press the PROG button once. You will see “PROGRAM” flashing in the LCD display. Press the CD skip forward button to get to the desired track and press PROG again to set it and repeat for each track until finished. Learn more about the convenience of a 20-track programmable feature.
A: To activate Random Play for the tracks to be played in a random sequence, simply press the MODE button four times after you turn on the power of the upgradedPersonal CD Player. To activate Random Play during play mode, press the MODE button four times then press the PLAY/PAUSE button once.
A: The HOLD Switch in the Personal CD Player prevents accidental selection of an unwanted function during Playback or Stop mode. When the HOLD Switch is at the “ON” position, no function button can be operated (except OPEN). When it’s at the “OFF” position, it allows the unit to return to normal operation.
A: The 1214AVPY, though now discontinued, is a monaural jackbox that is best used with monaural headphones in the 2924AV series or the 3068AV switchable mono/stereo headphone as well as with cassette player/recorders. Monaural products are not compatible with stereo applications as the sound will only come out of one ear. A stereo jackbox or mini stereo jackbox is compatible with a CD player and other media players as it too is a stereo unit and provides stereo surround sound. The 2924AVPS stereo headphones can be used with this jackbox to ensure that audio comes out of both earcups. Click here to find out the differences between stereo and monaural audio equipment.
A: The time shown on the digital display counter on the CD-102 personal media player will have to be used to resume playing a CD or audio book if stopped as the CD player does not have a feature with the ability to allow you to get back to where you were without using the ‘skip’ mode buttons. Read more about its use.
A: Regardless of which frequency you are using, all of the transmitters in this series can be linked to any type of audio source (personal CD player, other type of media player or computer) with the patch cord (1/4" to 3.5mm). It is included with the purchase of any 4-person CLS wireless system, and is what’s needed to connect the CLS transmitter to an audio source.