Summary: I got this unit to replace a Sony CD player CDP 491 from the eighties that finally died after a couple of mayor repairs. Well, I think I prefered the Sony. I am not a fan of CDs sound, but I think the old sony sounded more relaxed, with better staging and a more pleasant presentation. Well, the diferences not big but noticeable. Not to mention the display and remote also better with the sony.To my ears this Nad sound a bit agressive on high frecuencies.
Summary: I bought this player as a CD changer basically because it plays HD cds and because I love NAD products. It also is supposed to play MP3 cds. Likes: HDCD's and regular CDs sound great. No problem playing home made CD's too. Dislikes: I don't have it hooked up to a TV so I think I'm missing out on some of the "onscreen" programming you can do with the remote. It doesn't seem to like the MP3 cds I've been trying to play.
Summary: I have an NAD home theater receiver, and this disk changer is the perfect accompaniment. The video quality is excellent, the CD sound quality is excellent, and the fact that it remembers which disk was playing during your last session is very convenient. I continue to be a big fan of NAD products.
Summary: This is an excellent CD player, easy to operate and produces a lovely sound with our NAD C326BEE Amp, we are using AE 200 in combination with a AE NEO V2 Sub. I would recommend this CD player to any one who wants to hear an excellent sound. The only down side we can see is that it doesn't display how many tracks are on the cd while playing.