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Yamaha CD-C603 CD Player
Yamaha CD-C603 CD Player
Yamaha CD-C603 CD Player

Yamaha

Yamaha CD-C603 CD Player

Sale price$899.00

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Country of origin: Japan

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CD-C603 New

5 Disc CD Changer with Play X change

  • Pure Direct
  • Play X change
  • Full opening disc tray for changing 5 discs at a time
  • USB port on front panel
  • MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC compatibility
  • Convenient playback functions

A UNIQUE CD LISTENING EXPERIENCE

PURE DIRECT

The CD-C603 offers Pure Direct, which is the same popular feature included in Yamaha amplifiers and receivers. By pressing the button on the front panel or on the remote control, it shuts down the digital audio output and turns off the display. This achieves the lowest possible noise interference and, therefore, the highest sound quality of the analog audio output.

A TRULY UNIQUE CD CHANGER

Play X Change allows you to change CD's while the CD on play will keep playing. Enjoy uninterrupted music while also exchanging your favorite CD's. In addition, the CD-C603 has a full opening disc tray for changing 5 discs at the same time.

HIGH QUALITY SOUND

The CD-C603 plays music with sound full of dynamics and clarity. There has been further upgrades in the sophisticated internal layout of the CD-C603 making sound quality even better.

In addition, not only CDs, it also provides high-quality play of music files (MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC) stored on USB memory devices via a USB port on the front panel.

TRUE SOUND

This is sound that only Yamaha can realize as the only audio brand in the world that handles everything from the moment a sound is created to the time it reaches the human ear. Simply close your eyes and feel the artist performing right there in front of you, and experience the profound sensation of being truly β€˜Closer to the Artist.’