Summary: I can play all my free, downloaded music on this box. It has an amazing CD capacity, more than I'll ever need, and it is extremely enjoyable. The quality is wonderful and the price was very attractive. I wanted to get one before Pioneer might decide to discontinue it in the near future. Awesome!
Summary: Love the fact that the changer can store up to 300 compact discs. I am currently a third of the way there. Mostly I play it on random mode. Recently random mode does not work as well as it did compared to when I first got it. The player is telling me "no disc" when I know I have a disc in the slot. If someone out there can help me, please let me know.
Summary: THIS PRODUCT ARRIVED IN EXCELLENT SHAPE. IT HAS WORKED SMOOTHLY FOR THREE MONTHS WITH 180 DISK PLAYING. I HAVE HAD SOME TROUBLE WITH BACKUP COPIES FOR DISK. THEY SEEM TO HAVE A SKIP AND DO NOT PLAY WELL IN THIS UNIT. I HAD TO BURN NEARLY 30 PERCENT OVER TO GET A GOOD PLAY. STILL HAVE SOME CASES WHEN THE PLAYER WOULD NOT MOVE TO THE NEXT DISK. THIS WAS ONLY ON BURNED MATERIAL. THE PLAYER WORKS GREAT WITH ALL NEW DISK. HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS UNIT FOR EASE OF USE.
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: This product is highly misrepresenting. I had owned a Pioneer CD-File(PD-F1007) for almost 15 years when it finally quit and decided to purchase another. This CD File's description stated that it was CD text compatible and a 'file' type carasoule. The model number was the same as my older model except the last digit was 2 numbers higher(PD-F1009). I automatically assumed that the model was a newer version and had equally or greater capabilities than my model.
Summary: My stereo broke after two months. It had played fine with no problems until one night a cd ended and as it went to change to the next disc I heard a loud cracking noise. Now the tray will not spin and no cd's will play. I had a great time getting over 265 cd's out of a tray that won't revolve. I would not recommend buying one of these although I did enjoy it for the time I had it. I basically paid $125 for each month I had it.
Summary: this unit worked for about 30 minutes and then broke. The cds were jammed on the carousel. I actually thought it was going to break a cd. I'm sending back as soon as possible and requesting a refund.
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: The CD player is a dying breed, I guess, since now MP3's are all the rage. But those of us with extensive CD collections (like those of us with vinyl collections) still appreciate the jukebox feature of this player. I especially like the random play feature, where any cut on one of 300 CD's can play. The sound quality is also better than my previous Sony player. Also, the Sony tended to not play some CD's; this so far has not been a problem with the Pioneer.