Summary: My gen-x son just asked me "who still plays cds?" to which I said, "I do and prefer it to mp3s." This Pioneer CD player has played flawlessly every day that I have owned it. The only improvement would be a remote control, but, since my stereo system is on a remote--no big deal.
Summary: Old rotary CD changer bit the dust. This one replaced it. It's so much more convenient and quiet too. After a year of use it performs faultlessly. I am very happy with it. Still going strong and easy to use. Only wish it had lighted buttons.
Summary: This is another version of one I owned before. I had that one for along time, but it finally started acting up. I looked high and low for another one, but it just isn't out there. So I ordered this one. The only real difference is no remote. But you really don't need one.
Summary: Plain and simple. I am 47, so I have been around stereo equipment a long time. I still own and listen to my first Denon receiver purchased in 1986. This is the best CD system I have purchased in over 15 years. Amazing what a very small amount of cash will purchase in our world.
Summary: When my Sony 300CD carousel quit I was glad to find this Pioneer CD changer. With only 25 CDs, the holder remains stationary which eliminates one major problem with the Sony revolving carousel. The Pioneer is very easy to set up and use.
Summary: All the reviews I read, gave this CD changer a thumbs up-- and they were RIGHT!! No, it ain't perfect, but it's an excellent value. It plays great; has lots of options; and has an easy to use sensible design. Oh, one more thing- I only use the analog output, and the unit sounds fantastic!
Summary: This is a great piece of equipment. It plugs right into the receiver and speakers. No tools, no special skills. I use this CD file 7 days a week in a gift store in a tourist town. It holds 25 CD's and we turn it on at 9 am Sunday through Thursday off at 6 pm.