Mitashi unveils MX-2009 'all-in-one' entertainment box with audio cassette player

Published Date
02 - Sep - 2009
| Last Updated
02 - Sep - 2009
 
Mitashi unveils MX-2009 'all-in-one' entertainment box with audio...
 
Mitashi has come out with a new ‘all-in-one’ multimedia player that, for some strange and godforsaken reason, includes a cassette player. Ah well, who are we to judge? Here’s the press release, and remember to take the hyperboles with a pinch of salt:
 
With the MX-2009, Mitashi ventures to create a new breed of compact, convenient and versatile entertainment solutions. Besides playing the customary DVDs, VCDs, MP3s, radio, etc., this new player also plays your favorite files that are stored on a USB device, Multimedia or SD cards. 
 
But the most heart-warming feature of all is that the MX-2009 retains the good old audio cassette player and recorder. While most manufacturers have stopped providing the same, Mitashi ensures that all those favorite audio cassettes too precious to throw away are still playable. Play them again without having to convert them into CD's! 
 
With the new player, you can also sing along with your beloved artists with the built-in karaoke feature along with dual mike jacks. 
 
This lightweight portable multi-player also adds up as a great travel companion as you can carry this boom box when you are planning for an outing to your vacation home or the beach or even if you are going for that long weekend. 
 
Features of the MX-2009 include:
• Portable DVD/VCD/CD/mp3/mp4/Divx4.x, Divx5.x, XVID) CD-R/w 
• Kodak Picture CD, CD-G, WMAECT
• AM/FM radio, cassette record player
• External USB port. SD/MMC/MS card slot
• Cassette recorder/Stereo player
• Multi-function infrared remote control
• Full functional LCD display
• DOLBY Digital decoder
• Dual mike jack, karaoke function
• Optical/Coaxial output
• 9-image review, zoom-out playing
• DC 12V [UM-1 x 8] batteries [not included]
• AC [220V/50HZ]
 

The MX-2009 Entertainment Box is available now for a price of Rs 4,709. 

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