Summary: I purchased a used electronic CD changer. I had EBay-searched for one, and this vendor was the ONLY one who would give a 30 day warrantee on the item. It turned out fine, and I sing the praises of a vendor who will stand behind what he offers!
Quite GOOD plus it can play your burned CD w/ MP3 files
29 January 2010
Summary: I like the 5 CD's carousel wherein you could replace 1 cd while you are still playing the other cd plus the capacity to play MP3 files burned on a cd aside from playing regular store bought cd's.I decided to buy it basically because of the capability of playing MP3 CDs for my home use. What I dislike about it is that it takes a few seconds to read the MP3 cd's.
Summary: I'm real pleased w/ this CD changer. I feel the sound quality is very good. I've only owned it for a short time, but no problems at all so far. Clean understated appearance, logical control layout. No power button on remote, and a bit noisy when changing disks. Still, a decent changer at a decent price.
Summary: This unit crapped out on me after only 3 years and only limited play. The carousel always seemed as though it would break at anytime, although it still worked. The CDs just weren't being read correctly or with any consistency. I took it back to where I purchased it (Hi Fi Fo Fum in STL) they said they could look at it for $70. I only paid $189. They were ready to sell me the newer model of Denon, but I think I'll try another brand. I told them to throw it away.
Summary: Only plays CDs when it feels like it. My new one would never play a dic in position 1 and would not play brand new CDs in any position. If it played a CD without any problem, the next time I turned the player on, it would not play that same CD. And the seller would not do a thing. Beware. They are turning out pure junk now for CD changers.