backup cd player

Looks like ill have to send in my player to get a drawer glitch repaired...We know how long that the most $1500.00 would be what I like to spend on a player...suggestions?
01-02-15: Rhljazz
"For a backup, I would take the Oppo 105. If nothing else, it offers the options of SACD, DVDA, BluRay plus the movie world."

I agree plus top tier on board DAC's for other digital sources.

I was just thinking that it may be a good time to get into computer audio. Instead of buying a back up CD player that you won't use after your main player gets fixed, a PC will probably stay in your system as an alternate source.
I agree with the Oppo 105 recommendation. It can also act as a backup to a DAC. I bought one to use while my Ayre QB-9 was being upgraded to DSD capability.
I was in a similar situation, I was without my CDP for six months while I waited for its return from repair. I picked up a new Oppo. It does sound good and I was able to slide it over into my video system which was an upgrade.
Another really good CDP (if you can find one) is the Music Culture MC 501A. It sounds MUCH better playing CD's then the Oppo, and the Oppo sounds pretty darn good with CD's. MBL makes the Music Culture MC 501A.
Thanks guys...ive been digging in the research for the to say the oppo looks like its winning.I did look at the others as suggested too...will be at this point just for 2 channel playback.
I also want to be able to send it for repairs,if main player is made not in who knows...I cant even get ahold of the guy that owns the shop were I purchased it.
so a simple player (w/performance) gets it at this point...kind of done with the higher dollar route at this point.