Denon DCM-390 5-disc Multiple CD Players

DCM-390 5-disc

The DCM-390, a 5-disc carousel CD changers equipped with HDCD, MP3 and WMA decoders, let you not only enjoy regular audio CDs, but also HDCD* discs, MP3 and WMA encoded CD-R/RW discs. The DCM390, a 5-disc carousel CD changer equipped with HDCD, MP3 and WMA decoders, lets you not only enjoy regular audio CDs, but also HDCDs and MP3/WMA encoded CD-R/RW discs. The DCM390 features Denons 5-disc changer mechanism for smooth, quiet operation.

  • 5-disc carousel design
  • Disc exchange
  • HDCD decoding
  • 32-track programming
  • Detachable AC power cord
  • Signal-to-noise ratio 112 dB

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Debra   AudioPhile [Apr 14, 2008]

Good sound quality, when not jammed.


PC control board breaks down, so many problems with the unit.
Noisy CD exchange mechanism.
Denon do not support their dealers and customers very well.
Stay away!!

I tried very hard to give Denon a chance. My 15 year old magazine changer gave out. Not thrilled about a carousel, but, not many choices for changers.
Tried the DCM 390 because it was rated as a Hi Fi product. First DCM plugged, was DOA, would not play. Contacted Denon, not much help. The Super Store was great, they swapped me a new one no problem. Second one played, sound quality was very good, small incident where i dropped one too many CDs in machine, the Denon jammed completely. I bought the unit out of country, Denon would not help in any way... The Super Store in VT was very gracious, i returned the unit for a full refund. Bought a Yamaha CDC 697, the unit has a very solid look and feel, plays well, super quiet CD change mechanism.

Denon gets very low marks from me.

Similar Products Used: Toshiba 6+1 Magazine 15 years problem free. Paired well with my Luxman HI Fi system.
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