Summary: I have bought 3 of these models. Although the model number of the first one might have been slightly different, all three models looked identical and they all cost about $120. The first unit lasted about 3 years, the second one 2 years and the third one 1 year.
Summary: For what it is, the sound is good and it is easy to set up. But, it does not shuffle between CDs. So it will play one CD after the next only. There is a programmable feature, but in two tries it hasn't worked plus that is a labor intensive way to get mutil disc shuffle.
Summary: I bought this changer about three months ago. I didn't get to use it until recently. After several days #4 disc stopped playing and indexing became a little erratic. I have made four attempts to contact Teac. That turned out to be a joke. I haven't been able to get a person yet.
Summary: After reading reviews on several models of the CD players and having Teac products in the past I opted for this model. So far, I am very satisfied with this product. It was easy to set up, instructions easy to follow and sound quality is good, and probably would be a little better if I had a newer...
Summary: I bought this 'like new' CD Changer to replace a previous model that had gone 'casters up'. I shopped for cheap, but bought one that said it worked. It never did the carousel would rotate, but the unit never recognized that there was one (or more) CDs in it and it never loaded or played any CDs.
Summary: I have used this machine maybe, tops, six times since we got it. The on/off button broke. Now I am trying--so far unsuccessfully--for someone (either TEAC or Amazon) to help me with Customer Service.
Summary: I was looking for a replacement CD player since my ancient Aiwa finally gave up the ghost. While I listen to a large amount of digital music, sometimes I just like the immediacy of throwing a CD in and pressing play.