Which CD Player new Cambridge Audio CD5 or CD5001

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Just bought a PM4001 in silver and looking for the best budget CD player in silver for around £120 max.I have an old Cambridge Audio CD5 sounds good but it does not accept CDR disk easily. I am pleased with the sound of the PM4001 just need to up grade my CD player. Which CD player would you Suggest (Andrew E or Andy C) all suggestions welcome.
 

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I'm sure Andrew will be along with suggestions of all sorts of second-hand goodies you can hunt down...

If, however, you want to buy new and can stretch your budget just a tad (or be very good at haggling in Richer Sounds), the Cambridge Audio 340C (list price £150) is an excellent entry-level player.
 
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Thanks Clare i plan to buy brand new is the 340c much better than the CD5001 and worth the £30 difference
 
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Just bought a PM4001 in silver and looking for the best budget CD player in silver for around £120 max.I have an old Cambridge Audio CD5 sounds good but it does not accept CDR disk easily. I am pleased with the sound of the PM4001 just need to up grade my CD player. Which CD player would you Suggest (Andrew E or Andy C) all suggestions welcome.
[/quote]System Cambridge Audio Mk1 CD5, Marantz PM4001, Gale 4040 Mk1, Cambridge Audio Artic Phono Lead, Gale XL 315 speaker cable. What would be the best speaker wire upgrade on a tight budget would the Audio innovations ultra micro make a difference to the Gale 315 XL. Budget only allows for CD player upgrade and 6 meter speaker wire upgrade. I just want to get the most out of what i have on a budget thanks. Basicly is the Cambridge Audio 340C much better than the Marantz CD5001.(Will be buying from Richer Sounds in the city hopefully in next 4 weeks total budget is £135 flat)
 

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