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Pioneer PD-F908 101 CD-Changer (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Pioneer
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  • 101-disc capacity
  • "Roulette Rack" design
  • Optical digital-audio output
  • Single-disc loader, group-filing option
  • Pioneer SR remote control
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Product Specifications

Brand NamePioneer

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 23 x 13 inches ; 21 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 22 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00000K31K
  • Item model number: PDF-908
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,406 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 14, 2003

Product Description

Product Description

101 CD jukebox style changer w/new "roulette rack" design. Optical digital output, one single load slot for added convenience, 1 bit digital to analog converter, motorized door, 3 custom mode functions, best selection memory, memory hold, cd deck synchro, remote control

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Pioneer's extended line of CD changers includes the PD-F908 with a roulette rack that can accommodate up to 101 discs. This unit employs Pioneer's compact center-loading system for extraordinarily efficient use of space, plus a single-loader mechanism that quickly accesses any disc.

The PD-F908 includes versatile edit features such as previous-disc scan. This feature gives you quick access to the CDs you have listened to most recently. It samples 10 seconds of discs you have listened to, starting with the most recent, and continues on in reverse chronological order.

CD-deck synchro simplifies CD-to-tape recording. Simply connect a Pioneer CD player and a Pioneer tape deck that both feature CD-deck synchro. The CD player and the cassette deck will automatically operate in sync: the deck automatically stops when the CD player searches for the next programmed track to play, and restarts when it's found. CD-deck synchro makes taping your favorite CDs easier than ever.

The best-selection memory function makes it easy for you to label and listen to your favorite tracks in your CD collection. Simply press the "best selection" key when listening to the tracks you like to store them for later recall.

When searching discs or tracks, you may sometimes find the first few seconds of a song aren't enough to clearly identify it. That's why the Pioneer PD-F908 features a highlight scan. This function plays back sections 60 to 70 seconds into each track it scans. It also lets you scan in several ways: you can check each track on each disc, or the first track on each disc, or just the tracks and discs selected for best-selection memory, or tracks and discs defined by categories under the custom mode function.

The Pioneer PD-F908 also features an optical digital output for transmission of a pure digital bit stream to compatible receivers, and comes with a full-function remote control.

Pioneer offers a warranty of a year on parts and labor for the PD-F908.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I'd rather destroy this piece of equipment then profit off of it.
Melissa
My wife and I have over 730 CD's and every single one plays without skipping in our Technics disc player.
Amazon Customer
It's quiet, it changes discs very smoothly, and the(best) button, holds 20 of your favorite songs!
earth1

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

52 of 52 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 5, 2001
If you survey reviews for multi-CD players like this one, you may find many horror stories of discs falling around inside when the players go wrong. I didn't find any complaints for this unit, no stories of rampant lemons, and the price was good, so I made the leap and bought it - upgrading from a 5-CD player to this 100-CD model. I've had it for about a month and am pleased. I have several different brands of CD-Rs in it and they all play fine. The discs change faster than I expected (having been warned that these kind of units tend to be slow), and the changer, while not quiet, is not particularly noisy. The random mode is wonderful - that's the reason to buy a unit like this; it is like your own radio station - and from what I can tell, it plays 100 songs and then stops. This is good, since if you fall asleep with it playing, you probably don't want to wake up eight hours later to discover it's been going all night. 100 songs in a row is several hours - perfect for an evening. The fiber optic output really does have more clarity - it was a subtle difference, but I finally understood some lyrics that had always been a mystery to me.
No complaints about this unit except for some internally placed amber LED lights that flash on and off when the disc is changing. Soon as I can, I'm going to get some black electrical tape and cover those flashies over. Also, I couldn't get the universal Pioneer remote control to control this CD player, so I ended up just using two remotes.
Another benefit of having a 100 CD player is you can include some of your CD singles. Myself, I never listened to my CD singles because it was a pain to load one disc up for only a couple songs. But when they are part of a 100 CD mix, suddenly the singles have a real purpose.
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61 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 16, 2003
Pioneer PD-F908 File-Type Compact Disc Player
I have been slowly overhauling my home entertainment system and decided it was time to upgrade my compact disc player. My new A/V receiver doesn't have the capability of connecting via remote to my reliable Technics SL-PC14 5 Disc CD Player that I have been using for 12 years. I was getting tired of having to get up and manually doing everything that a remote does. I was originally going to upgrade with another 5 disc CD player, but I didn't realize how low the prices for the CD jukebox changers were. For the amount of CD's they hold and all of the functions they are capable of I decided this was the direction I wanted to go. I had my eye on a 300 disc changer but heard too many negative reviews about the system. It won't play the first track on CD's, it skips while playing tracks or won't even play CD's at all. CD's have been dropped and fallen into the back of the machine, breaking them, jamming the machine and rendering it unusable until it was taken apart and the broken CD's removed. Although it had a lot of nice features and is a very attractive machine it didn't seem worth the risk to me.
My wife and I have over 730 CD's and every single one plays without skipping in our Technics disc player. So buying replacement CD's is not an option. Therefore I went back to the drawing board. I didn't want the issues or complications that a jukebox CD changer had the potential to have. I would rather have a machine with no frills that is dependable than have one that is always giving me problems and ending up not being worth the hassle, and wishing that I had never bought it. So the plan was to just go with another 5 disc changer. After browsing through a store one day looking at the CD players I happened across the Pioneer PD-F908.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By R. Gorham on December 19, 2001
Pioneer makes a good "basic" unit here. A somewhat bulky black box... remember, it holds up to 101 cd's standing upright. Limited features: 3 group files to program your cd's into... not enough for me. If my kids have one file, my wife has another one, that leaves me with ONE file for my many moods (classic rock, metal, oldies, jazz, etc). My next cd player will have more of these group files. This unit has a nice feature in the "Best" button - letting you program up to 20 of your favorite tunes and making them play at the touch of one button after you turn the power on. It has the standard (repeating) random button. The display on the PD-F908 is average... track # (where the cd sits in the roulette rack, track/song #, and time (no 'reverse' time to let you know how much time is remaining on the song - bad for making home recordings). Along with more group files, my next cd player will have cd text. I like knowing what's playing, and not have to revert back to the cd cases or the piece of paper I usually have them written down on. Overall a good unit and super price (consider what you are getting for the $$$) from a well-known maker... as "basic" as it may be.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Richard A. Sereno on July 20, 2000
Have had this unit for about 3 years. no problems.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By K. Carlson on December 15, 2002
I have owned this CD changer for 4+ years. It started minor skipping on some select CDs when it was two years old. I thought it was bad or dirty discs. But cleaning them did not help. (They play fine in other players) The problem grew increasingly worse and now the machine refuses to play a third of my collection. It needs to be replaced after less than five years of light use, which, in my opinion, is too short.
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