Aiwa CD-player reviews

Aiwa XC-300 CD-player
Aiwa XC-300 CD-player

When listening to the playback player Aiwa XC-300 was fairly balanced. Low frequency sound somewhat muffled treble was decent. In general, when playing a show moderate signs of narrowing of the sound image and a lack of sound localization and individual instruments. The player is equipped with a high...
Aiwa XC-700 CD-player
Aiwa XC-700 CD-player

Aiwa is Japanese in origin but a key part of this player, the digital converter, comes from Dutch Philips, and was probably made for Philips by its south coast based microprocessor subsidiary Mullard. So what this cosmopolitan mix offers is the cheapest application yet for the new Philips mega-BS converter,...
AIWA XC-750 CD-player
AIWA XC-750 CD-player

It seems that the designers of the company Aiwa making great efforts to ensure that the owners of this company equipment used maximum comfort when copying CDs on a cassette. This model has a really rich functionality for copying. Besides the usual modes, there is also a play tracks in random order, automatic...
Aiwa XC-950 CD-player
Aiwa XC-950 CD-player

Like all units Aiwa this series, XC-950 has a wide range of additional features and functions. But first an electronic stuffing. In the XC-950, as in the most modern player is applied one bit digital to analog converter is a double "bit stream". To improve the filtration treatment is applied after such...