Sony Discman D5

The first portable CD player ever released, the Discman D5 represented a milestone in portable media, as well as helping to launch a viable market for CDs.

  • Status: Discontinued
  • Availability date: 1984
  • Price at launch: $350.00

What You Need To Know

  • Requires bulky battery pack for portable power
  • Battery pack offers shoulder strap for easier portability
  • Runs on 6 C batteries or optional rechargeable battery pack
  • CDs can skip if player is in motion

Basic Specs

Supported discs CD

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Tech Specs

Hardware
Length 5.2 inches
Width 5 inches
Thickness 1.45 inches
Weight 1.3 pounds
Color Black
Display
Technology Other
Color depth Black/white
Optical drive
Supported discs CD
Ports
Headphone jack 3.5mm
Battery
Removable Yes
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