Excerpt: I bought this unit to use in the bedroom to listen to music to fall asleep. I have it hooked up to a Creek OBH-11 headphone amp and use Sennheiser HD 595 headphones. Now I have a problem, the music sounds so good I want to really listen to the detail of the music instead of falling asleep.
Excerpt: It has all the features I could want and more. I tried to buy this through @ originally, what a waste of time! B and H is so much better, you could talk to an actual person! The Teac player works fine, plays .cda and .mp3 formats, even when mixed on the same disc.
Excerpt: It is exactly what I wanted. Intuitive. Plays only one cd. I use this for music editing for ice skating and other sports. I wanted something without too many bells and whistles...just quality sound. USB connect is a nice perk as well as the volume control for headphones.
Summary: Despite minor complaints about the controls, I am very happy with this unit. Would certainly buy it again, but hope I don't need another one for a long time!
Pros: As more and more people get their music as digital downloads, the field of CD players is thinning out. There are still some audiophile players at $1500 and up, but the pickings are slim at the low end of the market. Thus I was really happy to find this unit to replace my RCA single disk player wh...
Cons: The controls work perfectly, but unfortunately they are black buttons on a black case, with very small white symbols designating their purpose. Bad design for usability. I have to keep a small flashlight in my stereo cabinet in order to see them.
Excerpt: A great buy for the price. Sounds a bit flat out of the box, but after a few days burn-in, right up there with the competition. I was looking for something with a USB interface yet simple in design. My only con so far would be the drawer opens and closes rather slow and not the sturdiest of build.
Pros: Attractive Design, Doesn't Skip, Durable, Easy Controls, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound