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I have an Onkyo DX-1400 and an older Teac Single Disc CD Player Model # PD-80. Which CD Player is better? Thank You for your help.
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Lacking any other information, I'd say keep the one that's been used less. It'll probably last longer.

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I am not able to provide Specs on these CD Players What other information do you guys need?
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I am not able to provide Specs on these CD Players What other information do you guys need?

None. Specs would just tell you that they probably sound identical (which they probably do, if they're still in good working order). Hence my reply above.

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I am not able to provide Specs on these CD Players What other information do you guys need?

None really. They are both very old models, if I were you I would keep both, so you will have a spare if the one you are using fails. Not like you could sell one for hundreds of dollars or anything.
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I have an Onkyo DX-1400 and an older Teac Single Disc CD Player Model # PD-80. Which CD Player is better? Thank You for your help.

Which ever one, after level matching the output, you prefer.

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I have an Onkyo DX-1400 and an older Teac Single Disc CD Player Model # PD-80. Which CD Player is better? Thank You for your help.

I still own my Onkyo DX-1400 that's in my office (not my main set up) & it's paired with a Nakamichi RE-10 receiver & some AR speakers. Anyway...The Onkyo still "chugs" along & it's still sounds very nice IMHO. It purchased that new back in 1990-91 I recall. Built like a tank!
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