Philips CDC 775
Product Type: Philips CD Players
Newest Review: ... was the price. This model sells for about £90, making it one of the least expensive branded players around. The lack of a ... more
Customer Philips CDC 775 Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/11/00, updated on 30/11/00
This is Phillips' entry-level player, and a thoroughly typical member of the species - a statement with positive and negative connotations. The player uses Phillips technology straight out of the bottom drawer, centred on a MASH 1-bit processor and digital servo. On the plus side are its good finish and a smooth (if slow) transport action. The feature set is limited, but has its highlights. Auto Cue sets the player in pause mode at the start of each track, and Peak Search looks for the highest levels on a disc. The dot matrix display is bold and attractive, but no more informative than usual. The simplicity is echoed around the back, which is home to a pair ... Read the complete review
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