Summary: Hands down, the best cd recorder made! Copies are perfect. The audio quality is amazing!! Not hard to operate or understand. I love the look of this recorder, it looks very elegant. Worth every penny!!
Summary: I bought this equipment thinking I could record my LP's until I read on page 7 under notes: Do not make a connection to the PHONO jack of the amplifier. Doing so will lead to breakdown. All I needed was my turntable, amplifier and a cd recorder which were not too popular at that time.
Summary: This CD recorder has far too complicated a set-up to be user-friendly. The instruction manual is utterly useless, leaving it to the buyer to figure out how the machine works. Once the unit is hooked to the amplifier, transferring records to cd isn't easy and tracks need to be separated manually.
Summary: I wanted to be able to copy my old 33 records to a CD-R. This recorder is doing a good job of that but the instructions were not in the best format for me to understand without lots of trial and error. Also I wanted to be able to make Ballroom Dance music for continuous play for group dances.
Summary: Has worked perfectly. Easy to use, easy-to-understand user manual. Very good sound quality, and plays and copies HDCD too. Plus, it has a volume-controlled headphone jack output. Absolutely worth the price.
Summary: I love this CD recorder. Everything with one exception is totally awesome. There is no shutoff on the remote. It is solid state and I do leave it on for days sometimes but I really would like a shutoff switch on the remote. As far as quality and ease of use..
Summary: This CD recorder is very nicely engineered and has a robust CD burner. One major problem is the total lack of any meaningful technical support. The owners manual was apparently translated directly from Japanese. So, many parts of this are extremely difficult to understand.