TEAC PD-D2610 5-CD Carousel Changer
Though better known for their high-end kit, TEAC's D2610 is as good an option as any if absolute fidelity is not a concern. It's an especially attractive unit, and produces good quality sound, though not in the same league as changers from Denon or NAD, and is bested by the Onkyo DXC390 as well, though not by as much. It has a neutral to warm tone with a shade of extra bass, and delivers a fairly standard presentation. Treble is not as exciting as it can be on the higher-end players in this list, and while it has a fuller sound than the CX777ES, it doesn't quite match it's levels of detail. However when push comes to shove, for a player that can be bought for a single bill, the PD2610 has nothing to be ashamed of, and I have to say, it looks cooler than anything else on the list!