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Pioneer elite pd-f27 300+1 cd changer

Unit sounds great randomly it will stop playing a cd, revert back to 00:00 then start playing cd over after a pause of a few minutes.

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I've owned two of these players, one currently, and both exhibit this behavior. Although frustrating, it seems to be inherent in the vertical loading mechanism. Every finicky CD I pull out of the PD-F27 plays perfectly in my single-loading tray player, including CD-Rs. One would expect more of an "Elite" product, but there you are.

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