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I personally would be looking at relatively newer CD changers. Lately, I have been using an Integra (upscale Onkyo) in my main system, but I have had good luck with Yamaha changers also. I like the late 1990's better than the earlier ones, but this has nothing to do with sound quality. As things age, things can go bad, so I would tend to favor newer over older on that basis alone.
If you want cheap, you may be able to get something decent from a local thrift store. I can get more of them than I could ever use that way. You can also find things on eBay, but if you can find one that is local and allows local pickup, that can be a significant savings, as well as avoiding shipping damage.
God willing, we will prevail in peace and freedom from fear and in true health through the purity and essence of our natural fluids. God bless you all.