To build such a player there is little to say. "Plug in, turn on - let's go!" And that's just as well. The sound itself is really good. I have the player times on full blast, but nothing has gescheppert. Those who want to have a good player that can find it here! What I meant by "essentially good". Also, the radio reception with the antenna is pretty good. The antenna is long enough. I had already had radio player, the shorter antennae and thus poorer reception. What I find particularly nice is that the flap of the CD compartment must be opened manually - and do so without any support by springs or buttons. Why do I find that as well? Because any mechanism eventually gives up the ghost. I've had players where such a mechanism due to wear by the springs made sure that the CD tray was closed too little, so that the CD has not played / could be. To plug etc. The MP3 also sticks option nowadays (for me anyway) a "must". Nice that this is possible here. There is a headphone jack and a Shuffle / Repeat - Function. Even the look of the player is ok. Here I begin to "But to come".
The minuses of the Radio Player. Optical: Black is smart, but black is also nervous. If the player is in a not entirely lit corner, you can hardly recognize the key names (symbols). Clear: Sometime one knows where the play button is and where the stop button can be found, but in the beginning you have been very! look closely to recognize them / "find" to. The field that displays the track numbers is apparently not at all or only very, very dimly lit. This is also a drawback.
Overall I can say that as a pure PLAYER really offers the player all you need. Why exactly was saved in lighting and the icon label, I can not understand.
For my needs, it is quite enough. A typical radio for the kitchen and for the way-listen. Those who wish to exhaust its CDs and MP3s sounded technically correct, probably have to spend more. Ultimately it comes down to what the potential buyer looking for and what he is willing to pay for it.