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Sony CDP-CE275 5-Disc CD Player (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Sony
18 customer reviews
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  • Reliable Carousel-type changing mechanism
  • Jog dial direct access track selection offers convenient selection of individual tracks (songs) on each CD
  • Select among multiple play modes, including up to 32-Track custom programmability that lets you choose exactly what you want to listen
  • Play 1, Exchange 4 capability is included; which lets you play 1 CD while you physically change the other 4
  • 20-track music calendar
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Product Specifications

Brand NameSony

Product Description

Product Description

SonyM-^Rs 5-CD changer makes the perfect addition to any sound system. Featuring CD-R/RW playback, jog dial control, and the ability to change four discs while one is playing, this 5-disc changer lets you enjoy your favorite music at a touch of a button. Additional features include a 20-track music calendar, 32-step programming, peak search, and a Hybrid Pulse D/A converter for superior sound quality.

From the Manufacturer

Sony's CDP-CE275 compact disc player will make the perfect addition to your sound system. Featuring Play 1 - Exchange 4 capability, CD-R/RW playback capability, and jog dial control with direct access track selection, this 5 disc CD changer lets you enjoy your favorite music at the touch of a button. Additional features include a 20-track music calendar, 32-step programming, peak search, and a hybrid pulse D/A converter. Listen as Sony delivers musical magic with the CDP-CE275.

Features:

  • 5 disc CD changer
  • Play 1, Exchange 4 capability
  • CD-R/RW playback capability
  • Jog dial control with direct access track selection
  • 20-track music calendar
  • 32-step programming 20 track music calendar
  • Peak search
  • Hybrid pulse D/A converter
  • Digital servo control
  • Optical digital output
  • Remote compatible with Sony A/V receiver remote
  • Dimensions: 17" x 4-1/4" x 15-3/4 (430 x 110 x 400 mm)
  • Weight: 11-1/4 LBS (5.1 KG)


Product Details

Product Manual [219kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 17 x 4.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000065VV3
  • Item model number: CDP-CE275
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 5, 2002

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Cardozo on May 1, 2002
Amazing, such a great CD player for a hundred dollars!
A couple of notes: This unit does not have a remote, nor does it have a headphone jack. The next model up, the CDP CE375 has both of those, but otherwise these two models are exactly the same.
Has a neat disc exchange function so you can change disks while a CD is playing.
Has all the expected displays (time on a track, time left on a track, time left on the disk, which disk playing, songs left on CD)
It's great, if you're looking for a CD player, and aren't an audiophile perfectionist (read: don't want to spend [a lot of money] for a CD player), then buy this one!
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Chris Meyer on June 12, 2002
I have owned this model for about five months, now, and it has performed perfectly for me under rather high use. The sound quality it produces is excellent. It plays CD-Rs perfectly (I haven't tried any CD-RWs in it yet, but can't imagine any problems). This model also has a digital optical output, which is nice if you haven't already used up the digital input on your receiver with a DVD player or gaming system. It also has lots of nice options if you want to record to a tape (time edit, peak search, fader, etc.), and the jog dial track changer is pretty nice.
While it does not have a remote or headphone jack, which the otherwise identical 375 model does, they aren't really necessary. First, most receivers have a headphone jack, so you don't really need another one on the CD player. Secondly, this unit, despite not having a remote, is still remote-compatible. This means that if you have a Sony receiver, you can control the CD player with the remote control from the receiver (most Sony receivers have controls for other devices on their remotes), and I will testify to its compatibility. Basically, by not getting this unit over the 375 model, you're saving $30, and you'll have one less remote to worry about losing. My only complaint about the the unit is that the tray mechanism is a little noisy, but you only really notice it when you open/close the unit. It's a pretty small negative in a sea of positives, though.
Overall, it's a great player, and I'd recommend it to anyone. Like the last reviewer said, it's especially great if you do not need all of the fancy options of the higher priced models. To me, the price and quality are unbeatable!
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By "andy_pr1ce" on January 7, 2003
I bought this cd changer to complement a new Sony home theater system. I was replacing a 6 year old JVC shelf system that was superb. Right out of the box this changer had a bad habit of stopping play for no apparent reason during multi-disc shuffle play. I changed discs, using a variety of pre-recorded discs and CD-R's, and wasn't able to pinpoint a reason for the stoppages. There didn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to it. Sometimes the player played for a couple hours, and sometimes it would stop after only a song or two. It seemed to stop only while it was between tracks. After two weeks of playing with it, I exchanged it for another player (same model), which did the exact same thing. Finally, I took the unit back today for a refund and bought a higher-priced Onkyo changer.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 13, 2004
I had to get a new CD player for my stereo system and purchased this one because it was a Sony. Despite the fact that I was concerned (and didn't really need) the 5 CD carousel, multi-CD changers seemed to be my only option. Three months into owning this thing the carousel doesn't work property - it picks and chooses what CD's to play (one try a CD will play, the next try the same CD won't play). It's completely frustrating. It even skips while playing brand new CD's. Of course it can't go back to the store and spending money shipping it back to Sony ends up being as much as buying a new player. Save your money on this product.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Dale T. on November 3, 2002
I like the player, it has great sound quality and is really solid.
Cons:
1. No support for mp3 playback
2. No standby mode? I buy all Sony products and my tv, dvd player, vcr, and receiver have a standby mode, why doesn't this cd changer? strange... Nothing like turning on your whole system, then having to get up to turn on the cd player.
3. ...You'd be better off buying the 300-disc jukebox for a little more and never changing a disc again. Or, buy a 5 disc dvd player and sell your single disc dvd player. Why take up double the rack space for something that just plays audio cd's?
That's my review in a nutshell...I'm not impressed.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 24, 2004
Pros: Easy to set up, easy to use, good sound quality, great price.
Cons: optical digital output cable not included, no MP3 playback, no remote (though Sony receiver remote works fine).
The conflict of interest inherent in Sony's decision to buy a US record label is clear in products like this. The lack of MP3 playback capability is an obvious shortcoming in the product driven by the record label's attempts to squash music piracy. Sony as a company needs to understand that MP3 is just a music format, a format Sony should support because their customers want it. People violate copyright law; MP3 is just a technology standard.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dwight reimche on December 31, 2012
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player perform perfect for my needs ..it automatic continue playing the 5 cd disk and stop at the last 5th disc when it is done it ... great machine
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