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Yamaha MCX-1000

“Visual Impression ”

Written on: 04/10/2007 by macman (8 reviews written)

Visual Impression
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The MCX-1000 is rather a big piece of kit, taking up almost as much room as my Yamaha AV amplifier. However despite this, the unit is solidly built and it looks like it means business: albeit the CD tray which is rather plastic and delicate looking.

In my opinion the unit looks better in silver; however it does tend to lean towards the fingerprint happy look if you have small children with sticky fingers. It is a combined CD player, and Music Server… Read Full Review

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Dan9090's Response to macman's Review

Written on: 01/01/2011

I found this review not helpful because... Reviewer MADE ERROR in saying PCM quality is the same as MP3..... PCM is identical to CD data, the problem here is, by DEFAULT the Yamaha will playback the MP3 version, when you rip a cd , it makes 2 folders 1 MP3 and 1 PCM, by default it plays back MP3.....this is why they sounded the same....clearly, a CD and PCM store the same data, so they will sound identical, it would be impossible for them not to... so a little more thought needed by reviewer, clearly mp3 can NOT sound the same as pcm-cd.

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