Summary: Bought this item to replace model CX300 that had stopped functioning. It makes a large CD collection fit into a very small footprint of space, and makes the collection easily manageable and accessable. Even though older technology (compared to solid state MP# storage) I love it.
Great design if it does what it claims...excited to put the unit to work!
31 October 2013
Summary: I bought the Sony Mega Storage CDP-CX355 CD Changer to assist in programming the 500+ Cd collection I have accumulated over the years. I thought the CDP-CX355 would be the way to go for me since I love music immensely.
Summary: Runs quiet and smooth. Has easy loading program. It has a large readout screen. And vrey easy to program anr run. You can place 300 of your favorite CD's and program playing any way that you want.
Summary: Regarding Sony MegaStorage CDP-CX355 CD Changer. A fine unit. CDs must be scratch-free or they will not play! High-end features are primarily designed to work with other Sony high end digital products.Keyboard connector is a great feature. I payed US$99 for a (new) surplus unit built in 2002.
Summary: The SONY 300 disc storage unit is a great way to keep all my cds safe from damage and "borrows". I never touch the cds and my friends never ask to use them now. I keep all the artwork from the jewel case numbered in a Case Logic cd album for easy location of disc and tracks.
Summary: My wife always wanted a cd changer for home. We find the sound of MP3 players to be below that of compact disc, yet we'd like the utility of having lots of choice quickly available. In the move to make everything tiny, a bit of quality has been lost. That is too much of disappointment for us.
Summary: I've only had this for one month,but I have played cd's I have not heard in years because it is so quick and easy to use.I loaded in about 200 cd's in no particular order, because you can program any cd and/or any track to play in any order.
Summary: After sending the first unit back because it would not recognize any discs, the second unit has played flawlessly for seven months. I guess you either get a good one or a bad one. Just be sure you can return it on their dime if something is wrong.