I have used it infrequently and now it will not ...
ann selden, Amazon
13 December 2015
Summary: I have used it infrequently and now it will not play the discs at all, It indicates "loading" and the indicates" no disc" even though all 5 discs are loaded. Where do I get help or a new CD-C600 HELP Ann Selden
Pros: Great sound, Easy to use. You can chose the order of disc to play. Easy to install and worked immediately. I bought the Yamaha to replace a Sony CD changer that died after one week of use. Even though it was under warranty, Sony was unable to repair the unit and is refunding my money.
Cons: My only problem is that the nomenclature on the front panel has type too small and is very difficult to read when one is wearing trifocal glasses! The remote is also confusing with too many controls is a small space. Hard for old fingers to operate. Older people are probably the main users of C...
Summary: Best budget CD changer I've ever had. It doesn't have the overall high-end build like the rest of my gear, but it actually sounds very good for the money and it functions properly. My only gripe has already been pointed out (no direct-to-disc # buttons on the remote).
Summary: My Fisher 5 disk CD changer died. It was at least 30 years old. I read reviews of several 5 disk CD changers and the Yamaha seemed to be the best. I've had it for about 2 weeks now and I am very happy with it.
Excerpt: I recently purchased the CD-C600 to replace a 20 year old Marantz 5 CD changer that I loved. Overall, I'm happy with my purchase, but the unit "just feels cheaper" than the old Marantz. When I set the unit to Random Play, it isn't as random as I like, and it loads slightly slowly when changing CDs.
Pros: Easy Set-Up, Excellent Sound Quality, Good Connections, I Like The Remote Unit
Summary: Bought this to replace a Denon model that I had had for 20 years....this new one has excellent sound, is easy to use and is worth every cent I paid for it...highly recommend it and would definitely buy it again!
Summary: I was replacing my still working 1989 JVC 6 Disc Changer and started to look for a decent multi CD Changer. After doing some comparison's between Sony and Onkyo the Yamaha seemed the one to purchase.
Pros: Great Sound Quality For The $$, Plays 3 Inch CD's. CDR's and USB Port For IPOD's
Summary: I've had this CD player for about three weeks now, and thus far I haven't had any issues with it. I connected this to my Onkyo CR-445 receiver so I could have more than one CD play without getting up to change them so often.