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Cheap disc players have digital output and expensive AV receivers have
good DACs, so what is the purpose of buying an expensive CD player?
 
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Features! Repeat modes, playing a programmed playlists.

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"hoarse with no name" <no@spam.com> wrote in message
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> Cheap disc players have digital output and expensive AV receivers have
> good DACs, so what is the purpose of buying an expensive CD player?
 
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Vivek <nobody@noplace.com> wrote:
> Features! Repeat modes, playing a programmed playlists.

and all-important bragging rights




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"hoarse with no name" <no@spam.com> wrote in message
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> Cheap disc players have digital output and expensive AV receivers have
> good DACs, so what is the purpose of buying an expensive CD player?

Who has a 'AV Receiver" ? Not me - a CD player and power amp.

FWIW I love the Sony players with the direct entry 20 track buttons. Use
them all the time. On a purely fumctional level...

geoff
 
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