Product Type: Philips CD Players
Newest Review: ... single tracks good for making compilation cd's. There is a function with the CDR 570 which allows you to manually insert the name of t... more
Philips CDR 570 Sleek & Reliable
Philips CDR 570
Member Name: SteBoi
Philips CDR 570
Advantages: No loss of sound quality & easy to use manual mode
Disadvantages: Occasional loss of a disk due to a very slight malfunction
The Philips CDR 570 was a really good purchase I made back in 2002, It did take me a little while to figure it all out and the manual was massive but overall it really wasn't complicated nowadays its a walk in the park.
It was a brilliant machine I was able to clear so much space off my computer and catalogue all my music very easily, It was surprising easy to use.
There are three recording modes Manual - just click the red light, Album = this records whole playlists and track which allows you to record single tracks good for making compilation cd's.
There is a function with the CDR 570 which allows you to manually insert the name of the artist, album and track on a display window if you choose to do so and you can also select analog, digital or optical signals to get the best possible sound which can be further enhanced by using the easy jog knob.
The CDR 570 itself is quite small for it's era and has a really nice sleek expensive (once again for it's era) look and it's results were near enough perfect with no loss of sound quality.
The only downside was prehaps one out of every 50 disks wouldn't work and wouldn't be able to be used again but compared to most others it was exceptionally good.
Summary: A brilliant piece of technology for the time it was released
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