Excellent Sound if you use CD's but poor with the aux input - Beware of WoofersEtc
18 April 2012
Summary: I've had the unit in for about a week now. BIG audio improvement over the Kenwood x995 I just pulled out - The Kenwood sounded over processed and fatiguing...hurts the ears after twenty minutes of listening. The Nakamichi may not have all the bells and whistles of Pandora, Bluetooth, etc.
Summary: There are very few aftermarket car stereos available now that don't look like they were designed by a 14-year old, so if you want something that fits tastefully into a nice older european car, there are almost no options. The CD400 fits the bill.
Summary: Been a Nak owner since the mid 1980's when I had a Nak TD700 in my car. Paired with a/d/s/ 320i and 300i powered with 2 Nak PA300II amps. Sold the a/d/s 300i and 1 amp to a good friend since my car was totalled in an accident and picked up a Toyota pickup.
Summary: IF YOU ARE INTO MUSIC FROM CDS AND THE SOUND QUALITY IS VERY IMPORTANT TO YOU THIS IS THE UNIT TO GET..NO ELECTRONIC MUSIC PROCESSOR OR ARTIFICIAL CRAP JUST PURE AUDIOPHILE QUALITY SOUND.. THE WAY MUSIC SHOULD SOUND....HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ESPECIALLY NEW GENERATION.
Summary: Very briefly, The player sounds great when it works, however is skips at even the slightest bump in the road. I'm not talking about off road here, I'm talking about any big expansion joint or the slightest pothole. I'm about to start exchange request proceedings with this Amazon Merchant.
Summary: I've had this unit for a couple of years now and still enjoying it. It has never skipped on any cd yet. Although a couple of discs did get stuck in there. I came to write this review because I am looking at the 8 1/2 soundscape thing. Man somebody has to drop the price on that mess.