Summary: Old classic cd player hours of music on shuffle if you have cds its perfect load 100 and just listen Pioneer have always made and make high quality electronics last and stand the test of time.
Summary: This is a very nice changer except for the size...it's huge! I had to rearrange my entire system, so it would fit. It is standard width, but much deeper and taller than my previous changer. Having said that, it plays very well. I do prefer the six disk changers as being more convenient as long as you have your cartridges organized. Since this changer holds so many disks (101), it can be a bit daunting to find the disk you are looking for.
It gathers up all your CD's and plays them all with the touch of one button
9 August 2011
Summary: If you are looking for a party player or something that is "set it and forget it" this is the unit for you. The sound quality is great, it has many features but the one I use almost exclusively is the 'random' play button. This thing single handedly cleaned up all the loose cd's I had laying around the house and got them in one place - then I threw out all those loose jewel boxes that I don't need anymore. I love this thing... Thanks Pioneer.
Summary: I HAD ONE OF THESE AND AFTER A WHILE IT GOT WHERE IT WOULD SKIP REAL EASY. EVEN ON DISC THAT WERE NEW OUT OF THE PACKAGE. IF DISC HAS A PIECE OF DUST ON IT THIS PLAYER WILL SKIP. LATER IT GOT WHERE IT DID NOT RECOGNIZE A DISC WAS IN IT. I THOUGHT THAT MAYBE IT WAS JUST MINE SO I BOUGHT ANOTHER ONE. IT DOES THE SAME THING. AND AS I USE IT IT IS PROGRESSING MORE AND MORE TO MY OLD ONE.
Summary: I realize everyone is going MPE or IPod, but give me CDs any day! Cheap and easy to make, light weight and relatively tough, I still carry a few with me in a small zip pouch to spin some tunes in the car or at a friends house. But at MY house, you can't beat this Pioneer unit- just load it up and forget it.