Aiwa CD100 CD Players

CD100

100 Disc Vertial Changer

User Reviews (4)

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i dont care woopy doo   Audio Enthusiast [Jan 14, 2003]
Strength:

absolutely nothing

Weakness:

too many to say in only 1200 words

hi everyone.. this aiwa CD is one of the worlds biggest disasters ever made... it doesnt do jack sh#t right.. f/ck your CDS up and is too f!cking large.....so overall i think that the person or person involved in the making of this pile of elephant sh!t should be fired and not be able to work in another jobs ever... please do yourselves a favour and rent more labour.. like 2 years could do better thank you for this great oppertunity to express my deepest feelings about this pile of f!cking pile of sh!t.. please take this to heart and do something about it !!!!!! love your mom

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Ryan   Audio Enthusiast [May 19, 2001]
Strength:

Holds 101 CDs. Sounds good, Optical and Analog outputs.

Weakness:

Takes a long time to load

I bought this reconditioned CD changer a long time ago and it has worked reliably. It sounds good, it's just a pain in the ass to load and unload. Especially since you don't dare move it if it is loaded. This machine has served me well.

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Clarke Johnston   an Audio Enthusiast [May 03, 1999]

I wanted a CD changer for playing music while company is over and did some comparing of specs of various units. While this unit has a peculiar vertical stacking arrangment with a relatively slow access time, it had two features that really set it apart from the rest of the field. One: It has two digital to analog converters for good sound, and Two:The CD100 has a 99-song programability for really choosing your songs to suit your taste. At the price, simply unbeatable.

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