I've obviously been unlucky.
1st device: Stopped working after ripping 10 CD's
2nd device: CD1: 4/14 ripped, CD2: 9/10, CD3: 11/12, CD4: 1/12.
I don't want to check after each CD that it's all been ripped, so I'm taking it back. Couldn't find anything online about problems, anyone else seen/heard anything?
I wanted to just go for the top option to use with my Sonos and hi-fi and thought this was going to be it. But I have had a total of 4 machines over 6-8 months.
The first 3 had a CD-ROM failure.
My latest, direct from the manufacturer, which worked for 2 months has now stopped altogether.
The UK manufacturers have been taken over by a US firm and closed down.
This whole situation/scenario should make you wary . . .
Login or register to post comments
Chord’s QBD76 HDSD is a top-class converter that delivers a brilliant sound from a well-built package. It has plenty of visual appeal, too
There are more talented rivals on the scene, but the veterans are enduring greats
Cracking value for an all-in-one home cinema system with only a few spec and performance gripes qualifying our praise
© 2013 Haymarket Publishing