Any recommendation for a CD changer?

I have an Aiwa modded by Stan Warren. Unfortunately cats finally tore up the optical cable from the CDP to my DAC. Unless someone has an idea where to get the parts for the cable or to find the cable itself I'll probably need the new CDP. Thanks. 


the best sony es changers, the carousel ''disk jockey's'', date back to 89-90ish. after that sony made them more plasticky. nak music banks are good, stick with the second gen and later 94-99. the third gen was actually a direct repurposing of their car audio music banks, which were good (i had one). if you don't mind commodity-grade stuff you can always find the 400-disc sony mega changers--

@bojack +1


I just retired as a Primary Care Physician.  I have had several patients contact me after obtaining my personal information from social media.  I’m touched, actually; I thought that I would be annoyed .

  Would it be possible to reach out to Mr Warren?  Maybe he has a workbench somewhere with some unsold cables.  He might get a kick out of hearing from an old customer.

  Otherwise pick up one of the old Sonys

I tried. The contact information isn't good anymore. I talked to the used audio store owner in Eugene, OR. He knew him and would try to help me, but I haven't heard from him back. I even sent him the photos of the cables. He told me that he (Stan) was getting "pretty old."


Used: I searched got advice here, my final choice:

Onkyo Integra CDC-3.4 (it has has Dual Wolfson processors). Great price, features, sound!

Crutchfield has it new for $400.


Check the specs of the recommended Onkyo, it might be a great sounding choice

Decided I wanted both SACD and CD, bought a used Sony xa5400, over $1,000. 

i saw numerous integra cdc 3.4 used on ebay for <$100--i personally wouldn't pay for a new one.