AIWA HS-JS199 - personal cassette recorder Specifications

AIWA HS-JS199 - personal cassette recorder

Part Number: HS-JS199

General

  • Type
    personal cassette recorder
  • Manufacturer
    Aiwa America Inc.

Carrying Case

  • Type
    none

Miscellaneous

  • Color
    silver
  • Body Material
    plastic

Battery

  • Form Factor
    AA type
  • Required Qty
    2

Manufacturer Warranty

  • Service & Support
    Limited warranty - parts and labor - 90 days
    Limited warranty - parts - 1 year

Audio

  • Sound Output Mode
    stereo

Connections

  • Type
    DC power input, headphones, microphone

Audio Features

  • Sound Effects
    Super Bass
  • Sound Output Mode
    stereo
  • Additional Features
    battery level indication

Header

  • Brand
    AIWA
  • Product Line
    AIWA
  • Model
    HS-JS199
  • Localization
    English
  • Packaged Quantity
    1

CD System

  • Type
    none

Cassette System

  • Type
    cassette recorder
  • Control Type
    mechanical
  • Cassette Capacity
    1
  • Supported BIAS Types
    High, Normal
  • Anti-Rolling Mechanism
    Yes
  • Tape Counter
    Yes
  • Features
    pause control
  • Auto Shut-Off
    Playback / record

Dimensions & Weight

  • Width
    4.8 in
  • Depth
    1.7 in
  • Height
    3.7 in
  • Weight
    6.38 oz

Service & Support

  • Type
    1 year warranty

Radio

  • Tuner Bands
    AM/FM
  • Antenna Form Factor
    built-in AM / headphone cord FM
  • Tuning Display
    tuning scale
  • Radio Tuner
    Analog - AM/FM

Service & Support Details

  • Type
    limited warranty
  • Full Contract Period
    1 year, 90 days
  • Service Included
    parts, parts and labor

MD System

  • Type
    none

Microphone

  • Microphone Form Factor
    built-in
  • Microphone Technology
    electret condenser

Headphones

  • Sound Output Mode
    Stereo

Battery / Power

  • Type
    none

General

  • Manufacturer
    Aiwa America Inc.

Where to Buy

AIWA HS-JS199 - personal cassette recorder

Part Number: HS-JS199

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