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Bricolo 16th February 2003 06:40 PM

Looking for a good CD player
 
Hi

The amp is on the way, speakers too
Now I want to change my old technics portable cd player, to a real hifi cd player

but I've no idea on what to buy

can you help me guys?

thanls

Audiofanatic 16th February 2003 07:39 PM

Hi Bricolo,

It depends on how much :$: :$: :$: :$: :$: You want to spend on the new/secondhand CD-Player.
If you want a High-End Player, go for a secondhand Wadia If the player has to be a new one, perhaps a TEAC VRDS XX will be the best choice!
Ones again it depends on the :$: :$: :$: :$: :$:.

All the best and keep us informed.

Audiofanatic;) :)

tbla 16th February 2003 08:00 PM

marantz cd7........:nod:

Bricolo 16th February 2003 09:17 PM

I'd prefer a new one

how much does the players you mentionned cost?

Keld 16th February 2003 09:22 PM

Hi

Why not build your own?

look here:http://www.daisy-laser.nl/homeoptics/

Keld

fcel 16th February 2003 09:28 PM

How about purchasing a SACD player? [Or a DVD-Audio player ... no need to start a huge debate here] Economy model only cost about $200 to $300. Upscale model would cost about $2000 to $3000.

The thing that drives me nuts about SACD player is that it takes forever for the player to start playing.

Bricolo 16th February 2003 09:36 PM

question 1: what is an sacd? I know what dvd-a is, but i never seen one, so it's rare enough that i'd prefer a classical cd player


question 2: what about the philips 723?

RobPhill33 16th February 2003 10:44 PM

I would highly recommend listening to a Rega Planet, they sell for about $1400CAD ($1000 USD). I bought one a year ago, very pleased.

Bricolo 16th February 2003 10:49 PM

uh

300 budget!

tbla 17th February 2003 05:27 AM

hi bricolo.
perhaps you should get the cdpro 2, and start with using the
internal dac.......? and later you can design your own dac - it will
not cost very much.
best regards,
troels
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