General name used for new products which in past were known to contain mechanical devices, often being a weakest point of the product. In radios these were cassette players and CD players. To my understanding "mechless" is an abbreviation for "Less of Mechanical Parts". The meaning of this term reminds me the term "solid state", very popular years ago, to describe electronic products not containing any moving parts.
In "mechless" radio example - instead of cassette or CD player, the interface is installed which can play music from I-phones, music players, even directly from memory cards. As this solution is cheaper in production, the lower price should be expected for mechless versions of similar products, and at least theoretically the durability of the product should be higher due to elimination of most fragile components.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
Mechless means there is no CD built into the stereo so no "mechanical/moving" parts. Big thing here is you can use a SD card with all your recorded music in it or use the AM/FM radio built in.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago