Great purchase and quality cd changer for those with large collection ofCDs
8 December 2011
Summary: Great cd changer with awesome sound quality, I really noticed a difference from my old one (Sony). Although, I will say it is little bit more complicated to operate because it has so many functions. I actually had to read the booklet even to learn his to play more than one disc at a time. I'm learning as I go. From other reviewers, I learned that once you master the controls, you'll be happy that you did as you can set up playlists etc.
Summary: I have read some poor reveiws of this unit but have had a Sony in the past with alot of problems. Bought this one about a month ago and I love it. Smooth, quiet and plays all CDs. I give it an A+.
Summary: My old Bose single C\D player broke. Bought this exhanger and played thru the bose. Plays great and saved me $1200-1500 to buy a new bose, but can play 300 C\D's and not touch them with smudges etc.
Summary: Bought one of these many years ago, filled it & bought another four years ago.
Play both constantly (turn them on in the morning & fill the house with music all day).
Never have had a problem with play.
Accessing a CD & button selection a bit confusing/difficult, but newer models may have addressed this.
Summary: I've had this product for over a year now. While it works well playing store-bought CD's, it has an issue now with some CD's that I created. It used to play them all fine, but now they will skip intermittently and some just do not play. I've re-recorded them on different makes of CD and still have the same issue. I would not recommend this player if your CD collection is primarily made up of CD's you made yourself.
Summary: I have used the Sony version of this CD disc changer and like the Sony a whole lot better. Unless the CD's you store have CD text you must make a list to keep track of what is loaded in this machine. It is also a pain to program. Between the two I would opt for the Sony CD Disc Changer. I am not impressed with the Pioneer.