Excerpt: I can't comment on the iPod interface as I haven't tried that, but aside from that, this is a wonderful, solid, quality product. Nothing about it feels cheap. It feels well built, works flawlessly and I would definitely buy another one if the need ever arose.
Pros: Attractive Design, Doesn't Skip, Durable, Easy Controls, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound
Excerpt: Good with a few exceptions. - When scrolling through folders to find one you want to play, you must quickly press the enter key on the remote TWICE to get the player to change to the intended folder. The documentation doesn't make this clear.
Excerpt: Very Basic, which is what I wanted. Plays a single CD...Simple. Sound is not as crisp as my Onkyo 6 disc player, but adequate. That is the reason for 4 stars and not 5. This thing is built great and has terrific quality.
Pros: Attractive Design, Doesn't Skip, Durable, Easy Controls, Easy For Me To Operate, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound
Summary: I needed to replace my Reagan-era single disc CD player. This new TEAC device fits the specs, looks good, and works fine. The included remote control for programming will be useful when I also replace my Reagan-era amplifier.
Summary: My favorite local Classic Rock station switched formats (to Country) so I had to do something. I purchased the TEAC CD-P650-B and I have no regrets. I placed my MP3 collection on a flash drive and I'm completely satisfied with the player.