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Post by hifikaki Wed May 06, 2009 5:17 pm

Looking for Mid price CD player budget 6-8k, email your offer to hifikaki@yahoo.com.

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Post by fizi Wed May 06, 2009 5:29 pm

CAYIN CD17A...good quality n good review,,contact MR EDWIN 016-7887786 for detail
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Post by jemmi Fri May 08, 2009 6:01 pm

Yup Cayin CD17 is very tunefull hybrid CD player & cheaper than Shangling Tube CDP. Before this I love Jolida JD100 also tube CDP but no dealer in Malaysia. Have you audition cheap CDP from Shangling (at Amcorp), may be you will surprise how good is it even at budget price (not the high end).

I read review mention Cayin CD17 on par with most high end CDP from Naim, Marantz, Shangling, Meridian, Wadia, Krell, Denon & many more, but with 1/3 of the price.

But I also don't know the dealer in our country.
I still love my CD67 mod, may be do more upgrade latter.
If you like my idea, get good used CDP like Meridan or Esposure or Marantz & make some mod. Later find good DAC, surely cheaper & better (but time consume).

Good luck
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Post by Hi-Fi 4 Sale Sat May 09, 2009 4:11 am

jemmi wrote:

I read review mention Cayin CD17 on par with most high end CDP from Naim, Marantz, Shangling, Meridian, Wadia, Krell, Denon & many more, but with 1/3 of the price.


Your statement doesn't jive...for one thing, How can a Cayin CD17 be on par with any of the other players mentioned when it is obvious that a Naim generally isn't on par with a Marantz, which in turn isn't comparable to a Shanling.....(Wadia comparable with a Denon??? Are you serious?) etc.

Furthermore, 1/3 of a price of which player? Too many models to make a meaningful comparison here, friend.
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Post by hifikaki Sat May 09, 2009 12:25 pm

jemmi wrote:Yup Cayin CD17 is very tunefull hybrid CD player & cheaper than Shangling Tube CDP. Before this I love Jolida JD100 also tube CDP but no dealer in Malaysia. Have you audition cheap CDP from Shangling (at Amcorp), may be you will surprise how good is it even at budget price (not the high end).

I read review mention Cayin CD17 on par with most high end CDP from Naim, Marantz, Shangling, Meridian, Wadia, Krell, Denon & many more, but with 1/3 of the price.

But I also don't know the dealer in our country.
I still love my CD67 mod, may be do more upgrade latter.
If you like my idea, get good used CDP like Meridan or Esposure or Marantz & make some mod. Later find good DAC, surely cheaper & better (but time consume).

Good luck

thanks for your suggestion, i still prefer one box cd player due to space constrain. i know that some of this China player are good, but i dont mind pay extra for the popular brand like Marantz it easy to let go when i decided to upgrade later. and most important u get good resale value after years of usage.

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