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    Philips CD 160Published on 10/28/14 at 14:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The CD 160 is an excellent memory because, unfortunately, I did more. For the time, and for the price, it was an extra device. Of course, as he did not pay for mine, as it was called Philips, his qualities were not taken seriously. Think about it, a brand of electric shavers ... And yet it was very balanced, just stamp and had excellent readability of polyphony.
    In addition, it was a great "drive" as they say now. I added to it a Micromega Duo converter. It was a set of high-class

    Interesting feature which could go unnoticed: he managed indexes.

    The value was unheard of.
  • Philips CD 160Published on 11/29/08 at 07:40
    (Originally written by oxyde31/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    1986 model with TDA1541 converter for extremely high sound definition and very wide dynamic range, perfect for jazz and classical music fans.

    If the optical module is in good condition this vintage CD player will be a very good and valuable choice.

    Listening tests show that it provides the same audio quality as much more expensive CD players.
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