TEAC MC-D95 Mini Systems


  • 40 watts total power
  • Drawer-type 3-CD changer
  • AM/FM stereo tuner
  • 30-station memory
  • Optical digital output

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tom a   Audio Enthusiast [Apr 02, 2011]

The Teac mc d 90 and mc d 95 are similar items with mostly cosmetic facial differences. They are beautiful stereos with impressive sound quality and resonance.To avoid problems with the cd Player, do the following. When you buy the unit PUT THREE CDs IN and keep them in there. let the player read them and store to memory that there are three cd present. The player will also memorise the tracks on each cd. If you don't do this the cd player will audit the three trays anytime you turn on the power and select CD this causes a lot of Unnecessary cycling through the trays,especially after a power interruption. DONT transport or lean the player on its side with CDs in the tray. This will almost always cause a error code when next you try to use the CD player.

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