Excerpt: I didn't expect a substantial change in sound from my old JVC (which I loved), but this is smoother and richer -- sounds more like an LP. I use it about 10 hours a week, plus 5-disc shuffle for parties. The shuffle has the same slight defect others do: If there's a disc with many tracks, that's the one that gets the most selections; it doesn't take song length into consideration.
Summary: I wanted a multiple disc player because I am too lazy to put a new CD in every hour or so. I like to listen to instrumentals on CDs. Classical, pop, Manheim Steamroller, you name it as long as it is a big orchestra. Was concerned that I might be sacrificing quality for convenience but not so. I am very pleased and would definitely recommend.
Summary: This replaces a Harman Kardon changer, which replaced a Denon changer. Each of those lasted about 10 years of daily use. If this machine lasts as long as they did, it will be the best value of all, The sound is full bodied, smooth, detailed, not strident or etched at all. In comparison to the recently deceased HK, this player has a much more fleshed out low end, and smoother highs.
Excerpt: I use this unit for hours at a time on weekends while doing household chores. The music is mostly classical,that relieves all my tensions from the work week. The reproduction of sound is so much superior than my old Garrard. <br /><br />I wish that it was a magazine feed like my Garrard however all the other quality's over shadows this wish.
Pros: Easy Set-Up, Good Connections, Good Soundtrack Support