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Sony CDX-757MX

10-disc CD/MP3 Changer

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Sony's CDX-757MX CD changer holds 10 discs, and features 12-second Advanced Electronic Shock Protection and CD Text (with compatible receiver). This versatile changer plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs, as well as recordable discs loaded with MP3 files. Custom File memory lets you name (up to 8 characters) and organize 110 of your favorite discs. Super-fast disc changing means less wait time between tunes.

Sony's CDX-757MX CD changer holds 10 discs, and features 12-second Advanced Electronic Shock Protection and CD Text (with compatible receiver). This versatile changer plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs, as well as recordable discs loaded with MP3 files. Custom File memory lets you name (up to 8 characters) and organize 110 of your favorite discs. Super-fast disc changing means less wait time between tunes.

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  • 12-second Advanced ESP — eliminates skipping under all but the most extreme circumstances
  • will display artist/track info from CD-Text-encoded discs on compatible Sony receiver
  • CD-R and CD-RW compatible
  • plays MP3 files on CD-R and CD-RW
  • 0- to 90-degree mounting
  • Custom File memory (with compatible Sony receiver)
  • frequency response 5-20,000 Hz
  • CD signal-to-noise ratio 102 dB
  • 17' connection cable included
  • dimensions: 11-11/16"W x 3-5/8"H x 7-5/8"D
  • 1-year warranty

This changer works well with my Sony MEX-BT 2700. Had it up & running in 2 hrs. I am also "very pleased" with all the people involved in this purchase. Everyone from ordering to installation very pleasent & helpful. Keep up the good work !!!

waipahukane, Waipahu, Hawaii

What's in the Box:

  • Silver 10-Disc CD changer with a black door
  • XA-250 10-disc magazine
  • 2 Plastic mounting brackets
  • 17' Unilink patch cable
  • 17' Stereo RCA patch cable
  • 4 Phillips/hex head self-tapping screws
  • 4 Machine screws (each with a lock washer and a flat washer)
  • Operating Instructions
  • Warranty sheet
  • Note on ejecting the magazine
Reviews

Sony CDX-757MX Reviews

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(14 Reviews)

Great exchanger

Michael Babbitt from South Bend, IN on 2/21/2017

1997 Ford Expedition
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I purchased this item about 9 years ago and it is a very good exchanger. better than the standard 6 disc player that came with the truck. It has hours of play back music. Crutchfield is a very good company to work with , great help in answering questions. Their product pricing is very competitive with everyone. Easy hook up to my Sony Radio that I purchased at the same time.

Pros: Was easy to install once the old changer was removed.

Cons: I found no cons with the system

The best add on !!

waipahukane from Waipahu, Hawaii on 8/13/2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This changer works well with my Sony MEX-BT 2700. Had it up & running in 2 hrs. I am also "very pleased" with all the people involved in this purchase. Everyone from ordering to installation very pleasent & helpful. Keep up the good work !!!

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Great unit for the money

Michael from Hillsborough, NJ on 10/27/2008

I bought this unit because it hooked up directly to the Sony radio that was in the car and it was a simple operation. I had it up and working in less that 30 minutes including mounting and snaking the wires. I have had other changers in the past and this unit is by far the most reliable player on rough roads, I haven't noticed a single skip in the 3 weeks that I have been using it. I would highly recommend this to anyone that wishes to start new or upgrade the unit they have now.

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Best option for Sony stereos

James from Orlando, FL on 10/6/2008

2000 Nissan Xterra
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The CDX-757MX was a great upgrade to my Sony stereo I bought as a package. Having an SUV was a challenge to find a suitable mounting location where it would not be subjected to damage. I didn't want to mount it in the cargo area so, after a few minor scratches, I was able (barely) to get it under the front passenger seat of my 2000 Xterra. Safe and sound under the seat, it has been working great. I have no comparison to other changers since this is my first. Now I will never go back to the old single CD stereo. It is a little lighter-weight than I was expecting, not cheap, just could have had thicker metal. Also had a strange plastic push/slide cartridge opening mechanism that felt a bit under designed. With 10 CDs inside, I don't need to open and close it much anyway.

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Joe from Naranjito, PR on 2/14/2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The Sony CDX-757MX is an awesome changer. It's pretty fast changing from one disc to another and since I was replacing a CDX-T69 I didn't even need to switch the cables already installed. Add getting it from Crutchfield you can't beat the deal or service, that's a plus.

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Excellent changer

Dr. Claw from Parts Unknown, OH on 3/10/2007

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I've had this changer in tandem with the XR-CA350X for 3 years now; CDs change quickly, sound is very clear, and it handles the most &quot;speckled&quot; of CDs without a skip (CDs really have to be seriously damaged for it to hit a snag). Compared to some of its other changers over the years, this one is head and shoulders above the rest.<BR><BR>If you have a compatible Sony head unit, there's no reason one shouldn't add this to his/her arsenal. However, if one wants to add an iPod adapter and still use this changer, one will need the Sony XA-C40 splitter (~99.99) to add it as an additional source.

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Easier than anything I've ever installed

Rudy from Portage, WI on 9/7/2006

2003 Pontiac Vibe

The hardest part of this install was drilling the screws into my new car. Placement of the CD Player is crucial. Power source auto connected with the Sony Reciever I had also bought from these guys. Crutchfield makes this install super easy

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Good Changer With Little Room For Improvement

bill from Westminster, Maryland on 6/13/2006

1989 Jeep Cherokee
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I bought this changer a few months ago and I love the shear volume of music (MP3) available at my fingertips. At virtually 7 GIGS. I have days of music that rarely gets old. <BR><BR>Set up was very easy and it was completed in just over ten minutes. As Usual, or so I'm told (This being my first Crutchfield purchase) Everything I needed was included in the price. <BR><BR>The only thing I could think of that would improve this changer is the playback of WMA Files. But I guess you can't have everything.<BR><BR>If you are looking to greatly expand your music selection without having to thumb through your collection while driving, I highly recommend this changer. Espescially if you already have a ton MP3 formatted songs.

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Justin from Plains, KS on 1/23/2006

1995 Jeep Wrangler
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This is a very nice cd-changer. It is very easy to install and hook up. It's small profile allows for installation almost any where. It works really well and looks very nice in my vehicle.

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!FANTASTIC!

Cowboy Up from Langdon, ND on 1/21/2006

This changer is fantastic. It works seamlessly with any <BR>sony "uni-link" reciever. I've used mine for nine months with the sony XR-CA350X. The changer is a rock solid performer, playing cd-r/rw and MP3 formatted disks. I use this changer in 4x4 truck and i have never had problems with skips. My favorite feature is th CD TEXT it will tell you the nam of the song the artist and the name of the disk, if so encoded.

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Scott Halihan from Concord, CA on 10/3/2005

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great changer, however the cover is very flimsy and broke off within a month.

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Fine 10 disc changer

chetz from California on 7/8/2005

Another fine CD changer from Sony whose been doing it for so long, they may have been the first. Plays CD-RW which is a plus but for some strange reason this changer doesn't support SONY's own proprietary ATRAC format. Also it doesn't do WMA. But for those of you with vast MP3 collections, you can place songs in Groups (think folders) and shuffle within each group which is cool. A group could be anything, an album, a genre, a playlist. Groups/folders can even have sub folders.<BR>All in all, highly recommended.

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No more fumbling for disc

Markeyse from Sylmar, CA on 3/2/2005

Bought with the CDX-F5710, this CD changer is great. Cheaper than most CD changers, it does a great job changing disc, and letting me use the "List" button and searching up disc by pre- or programmed names. A must for audiophiles.

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Super deal

67mustangman from Simi Valley, California on 2/4/2005

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I have had this changer for about 3 years now, Its been the best upgrade to my sony head unit ever. Hours of endless play when you add MP3 disc, about aprox 100 songs to a disc at 128bit rate. (VBR not recomended) I recomend upgrading the RCA cables just to keep your sound transfer clean.

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Features

Advanced ESP (Electronic Shock Protection): This unit is equipped with 12-second Advanced Electronic Shock Protection for skip-resistant play.

Super Suspension System: This changer has a shock isolation system employing silicon filled shock absorbers, for increased absorption of shock.

Fast Change Mechanism: This feature provides superior speed when accessing discs.

D/A Converter: This changer uses a 1-bit digital to analog converter.

CD Compatibility: This unit will play pre-recorded CDs and finalized CD-R and CD-RW discs. It will also playback CD-R and CD-RW discs encoded with MP3 files, and is CD Text and ID3 tag capable.

MP3 Compatibility: MP3 files must be recorded in ISO 9660 level 1 or level 2 format, or Joliet or Romeo in the ISO 9660 expansion format. When naming, be sure to add the file extension ".MP3" to the MP3 file name.

CD Text: When playing CD Text encoded CDs, this changer will transmit the data for display on compatible Sony head units equipped with CD Text display capability.

110-Disc Custom File Memory: When used with a compatible head unit, this feature allows you to store and display names for up to 110 discs in the changer. Each name can be up to 8 characters in length.

Mounting: This unit may be installed vertically, horizontally, or at an angle between 0 and 90 degrees. There are 5-position angle switching dials on both sides of the unit that must be set to agree with the mounting angle of the unit.

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