Cd disc changers.

Just wondering if there are really any good high end cd changers that anyone would know about. I am thinking about adding one used. Thanks. 
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I recently bought a JVC XL-M405 6 + 1 changer (1992 MIJ). The cost: .99 cents + $35 shipping from an EBay seller! This was an auction item - I was the only bidder! Excellent construction & sound quality! No digital output jack, though. And some may find the 6 CD magazine a bit cumbersome! I like that it has the additional single CD tray! 
I also have a Sony ES CD/SACD carousel changer. All the ES series components are audiophile quality. So I can recommend you buy one of these, particularly for SACD playback!
i really like the integra cdc spinner, which is very reliable and good sounding--i have a couple lying around
There are no “high-end” changers.

As highlighted in the prior posts, they are discontinued legacy products found in the very low budget price point strata arenas found generally in thrift stores, on CRAIGSLIST and it’s equivalents, and popping up in neighbourhood garage sales. 

Sure... CD changers may offer a certain esoteric CD party spin convenience factor to a minority of audio nostalgia fans.

But... and it’s a big “BUT”...  they reside at the far bottom end of the budget to high-end audio component spectrum in both build AND audio performance.

I have an Anthem CD-1, a 6 cd changer from Sonic Frontiers second line, and I consider it high-end (or at least "high-endish.") No matter what you label it, it sounds very good, and the build quality is excellent. 
sorry for necrojacking this thread but I have to tell you:  the Philips CDC875 is a terrific changer and one of the only changers with the famous TDA1541A DAC (I opened mine to verify and it's the S1 version of TDA1541A).

Some say "no changer sounds good".  I think this Philips is very warm.  Newer DACs may be superior but if you want to go that route, just use the coax out!

I've had mine for years and the guy before me had it since new.  It's probably 20+ years old?  No troubles whatsoever
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I think my Sony  CD/DVD CX777ES 400 disc player sounds good to me. Not sure if it can be classified as 'high end' or not though.

I also have a Sony but not the carousel, I think it’s the 5400 ES.  I t hasn’t played a disc in 6 months or so.  It sounds great via HDMI into my Bryston DAC-3 but I have an Opportunity 105 in the system doing the same thing, so it’s redundant.  Keeping it in case the Oppo ever fails
Haven’t had one in my systems for 10+ years, but of the four I had, the Harman Kardon 5-cd drawer style sounded the best (can’t recall if an 8350 or 8550), and the Sherwood 200-cd with dual players the coolest.
All of them are pretty much destined to break in some fashion, but the latent masochist in me is thinking about resurrecting one too.

Nice score! You cannot go wrong w/ those late 80's, early 90's CD changers from Japan (JVC/Pioneer/Sony ES). I will second, Integra/Onkyo as well.  These spinners are plentiful for pennies on the dollar in 2019.

Happy Listening!
I still have my old Adcom GCD-575 that I put in rotation now and then. Not high end, but still an really good CD player.
Have a Sony ES 777 400 disc player, do the math, there is no better streaming service available for sound, its all 1 and 0's folks, sorry to tell you,  Audiophile journalist can't wrap their head around computers yet,  Heck, their still selling copper wire for $3K a meter to pay the ad budget.  CD's are the best, now wow and flutter and THD for $35000 Thorens? Plus, I have lifted the tonearm after one side. Suppose I have to change a belt once in a while or pick a spare on eBay for a few hundred bucks, no big deal.  Yes, I have an Oppo 205 and Darbee, hooked up to a pair of Accuphase P-700's, McIntosh Preamp, and a few REL's S/812's with B&W 802's, but all the premium music services are compressed to heck when recorded. Further, chipped to send out, then more chips (1 and 0's) to make that "Soundstage sound so clean my wife asks if I have a new recording" (I heard that one back in 1970;s).  To reviewers ever read old magazines and see all these played lines?  A lot of back and forth for Naim's at $7K to not even reach the old CD's bit rate; yes, so convenient, but do you put the server in your car?  Eliminate traffic noise?  Plus, your unit will be outdated in 24 months and backflipping album sides on your VPI by hand, telling everyone it's the best transparency you have ever heard.