I'm old school, very. 550 CDs, played 1 at a time. In one room. Background level—until the wife leaves, and then it's pant-flapping loud!We listen to a mot of CDs the childrem borrow from the library.
All my own CDs have been ripped to FLAC years ago. I still buy music as CD, no files, and these go into the PC drive quickly.
So convenient to browse the library digitally, from every room, with every device.
A very nice looking stand.
Wow! 50+1 CDs noted on the player. I'm jealous. My ancient Sony 5 disk carousel finally died. When I open the drawer, it would immediately try to close, made all sorts of ruckus when playing, and would skip from disk to disk, even when in continuous play mode. I guess 30+ years is too much to ask.
For now, I have to listen to ripped versions of the disks that I have. I did that years ago, with meg format using 384 kbps sampling rate. Now, there is FLAC and other formats, but I'm not going through all my disks.