Short version of ridiculous story:
There are these "sound system specialists" trying to tell me that I have to upload all my CD's onto a hard drive. They say that CD changers aren't made anymore. WTF?!?
Here's me: What is easier than putting a bunch of CD's in a player that is set to shuffle and pushing the [play] button? I don't want to have to look for my music on my computer (they tellme this Sonos crap doesn't even have a remote -- again: WTF?!?). I know where my CD's are on the shelf, thanks.
Now, I'm not some anciient specimen. Barack Obama is older than I am. But I'm not in any way a sterophile. Except for now, when I find myself coming to the defense of stereo that has broken (allegedly) against a digital music system, 99% of which will never be used. (Pandora-schmandora.)
In short, I have no digital music. I don't stream any audio. I just want a multi-disc CD player (like the one I had). I'm pretty sure the extortionist "sound system specialists" are telling me that there is no longer such a component is because there is no way for them to hook it up to their wireless speakers.
Please, wiil someone please point me toward a high-end multi-CD player? Money is not really an object (within reason). I just don't want to have to use a smart phone to play a CD, and these "sound system nazis" (<---yes, I went there) are telling me this thing they are trying to $ell me doesn't even have a remote control!