Onn Cassette Recorder: Unboxing, Demonstration, and Review! Walmart Deal!

The Onn Model: ONA13AV504 is one of the last dictation style cassette tape recorders on the market. In this video I discuss, unbox, and test out this unit with the cassette that is included in the package.

Included in the box is:
Onn ONA13AV504 Cassette Recorder
Blank Cassette Tape
External Microphone
AC Adapter
User’s Guide





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  • Only thing that throws me off with this one is over the size I have a RCA Cassette Recorder I got in 2014 and its way smaller then this one is.

    Posted July 23, 2020
  • can you record something from your phone into a Cassette with this unit?

    Hugo Peña Salazar
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • I want one!

    Aiden Mabbett
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • I just got the Onn Cassette Recorder for $5! Just had to get for the price alone! (6/12/20)

    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Does Walmart still sell cassettes and VHS?

    Posted July 23, 2020
  • I have one and it sounds terrible imo and it's mono but it works

    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Walmart has discontinued the Onn cassette recorder. If you want one, check Walmart online and see if any of your stores still have the clearance models in stock. The clearance price was shown as $15. Prices for the other cassette recorders using the same design (Jensen, GPX, Sylvania, Coby) seem to be going up, perhaps due to increased sales (this is a very tiny market with few competitors) and maybe to increased import tariffs on Chinese goods.

    R Benz
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • How much does it cost

    Meo Productions
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • I want to buy a cassette recorder sOon as this quarantine stops I've been so inloved with cassette tape recorders, walkman and stereos!

    Joyce Sarmiento
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Man, I bought one of these and was pretty excited to record, but the first time I turned it on it started making a really loud humming/screeching sound out of the speaker. 🙁

    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Cassette tapes aren't dead, they're just not as commonly used anymore.

    King Super Saiyan
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Can I record my phone my plugging a aux cord into the pic jack I want to record my short wave radio

    timmy 900
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Cool

    timmy 900
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • Thank you for a nicely-prepared video review. The biggest advantage of this unit, which uses the ubiquitous Tanashin cassette mechanism, is that it is brand-new. Quality control is not a strength of units like this, but purchasing the higher-quality cassette recorders of the past may entail investing some time and funds into fixing problems like worn-out belts or a dead motor.

    R Benz
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • question. Is the microphone input a mono jack or a stereo jack? if I used a 3.5 to rca connector can I access both left and right tracks?

    Rock Afire Fan
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • I bought one in saturday prety good

    compu videos
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • I have a couple of questions for you,
    1- Does your tape recorder still works till today?
    2- Can the tapes be played on a Walkman?

    Electric Pixels
    Posted July 23, 2020
  • For what it does I like it. And my wallet seems to appreciated. As of today (April 25). Walmart posted on their site that is out of stock. I hope they put it back in store soon.

    Posted July 23, 2020
  • ONN is a Wal-Mart store brand. I have a suspicion that most of Wal-Mart's store-brand tech is just rebadged Chinesium, much like anything is these days. This happens, and companies are questioning why consumers aren't trusting them anymore…

    Rox Media
    Posted July 23, 2020

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