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    Question teac vrds 10

    I have a chance to buy a second hand Teac VRDS 10 CD player from a friend whom i know has rarely used it. Is that technology still good or are newer cd player much better now? I'll be paying about £250 for it that buys me an Audio Cambridge Azur 640 new.

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    Lightbulb still an excellent cd player, but....

    It may not be able to play recorded cd's, you may check this out if it is an issue to you :>

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    Good Point!

    Quote Originally Posted by Audioman00
    It may not be able to play recorded cd's, you may check this out if it is an issue to you :>
    The one I have doesn't play CD-R's or CD-RW's. I always found that strange because the cheap player in my car does! As a result, I use the Teac in a bedroom system rather than my main one.

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    Do you think i should spend 250 on it our would i get a better sound from an Arcam, or a cambridge audio at 250 to 350 pounds.

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    Have you ever tried to find reviews for the vrds 10, I'm still confussed about buying old technology v budget new technology.

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