Summary: For people in a hurry: I've had this TEAC CD-P1260 CD player for about 7 months, listening to it almost every day (or several hours a week), it sounds great and has worked flawlessly. The built-in headphone jack/amplifier works well. I am very pleased with the quality. This TEAC P1260 is a basic CD player, meant to be installed as part of a stereo system for listening to music over speakers, though it's possible to use it all by itself by plugging headphones into the...
Summary: This product it very affordable and perfect as a single CD player, which I prefer. I use it both in my home office and actually have 4 of these at the church where I am the music director. It's easy to use and very reliable.
Summary: For the price, this player sounds great. However, you might wish to save a bit more and get the higher model. Why? Because this CD player has only basic functions. You can't switch it on/off via remote and there is no volume control. It can't read CD text. It has plastic front with bright LCD that will hardly match other components.There is no optical out, no USB etc. All to save up the cost.
Summary: I purchased the Teac CD-P1260 about seven weeks ago, and so far it has performed flawlessly. My first CD player was a Teac that was similar in design and function to this new model, except the 1984 model did not have a remote control. The original was admittedly heavier and seemed of higher quality physically, but it did not play any better than this unit.
Summary: This is a piece of cheap junk. Mine died shortly after the warranty period. It's badly constructed. It wouldn't play Track 1 on any CD without skipping and then stopping. Navigation is very unreliable. It's simply built to minimal standards. I would never recommend it.
Summary: Was quite disappointed when I opened the box to find that it was a single disc CD player (my fault as I shopped so long I did not realize it when I finalized my order. The biggest disappointment however was that the "mp3 player" it refers to does not allow you to connect to and play from an mp3 player only to play a disc made from an mp3 player--very misleading.
Worked for six months then has trouble playing CDs
Ben "Ben", Amazon
30 January 2014
Summary: Like other reviewers have noted, develops problems playing back CDs. The first 6 months it worked perfectly, then suddenly developed the condition where it says NO DISC after any CD is inserted. If you keep ejecting/replacing the disk it will eventually play though the first track or two skips and is distorted. Reading other reviews/complaints, this appears to be a common problem. Component CD players have been on the market for 30 years now.
Summary: Amazon's description states that this CD player has MP3 playback. Every MP3 file that I played had garbled sound. I received an RMA from Amazon and I'm waiting for UPS to pick it up. This CD player was a big disappointment.
Excerpt: For a basic player we have found these very easy to use and durable. One feature we needed was the ability to directly access MP3 tracks over 99. Most players can play more than 100 MP3 tracks, but very few have menu access over two digits. This one does and it has been a winner for us. Another thing we needed was the ability to rack mount, and they make a RM1260 kit for it. We have installed many of these and no failures so far.