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Integra CDC-3.4 6-disc CD changer

Item # 164CDC34

Keeps the music coming, thanks to a carousel that lets you change out five discs while one keeps playing live.

Keeps the music coming, thanks to a carousel that lets you change out five discs while one keeps playing live.

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Item # 164CDC34

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About the Integra CDC-3.4

Eric A.

Listen to your favorite CDs uninterrupted

I can still remember the first time I saw a 6-disc CD changer — I was in awe of the machine's ability to play tunes for hours on end. The Integra CDC-3.4 keeps the music coming as long as you like, thanks to a carousel that lets you change out five discs while one keeps playing uninterrupted. It will play your standard CDs, as well as CD-Rs, CD-RWs, and MP3 discs.

Listen to your favorite CDs uninterrupted

I can still remember the first time I saw a 6-disc CD changer — I was in awe of the machine's ability to play tunes for hours on end. The Integra CDC-3.4 keeps the music coming as long as you like, thanks to a carousel that lets you change out five discs while one keeps playing uninterrupted. It will play your standard CDs, as well as CD-Rs, CD-RWs, and MP3 discs.

Noise-free music playback

The player looks sleek on the outside, but the real magic happens inside the chassis. Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry creates a noise-free signal path, and there's a high-quality 24-bit/192kHz Wolfson DAC that renders every note clearly and accurately. The player's 8x oversampling eliminates annoying jitter — timing errors in the digital signal that can reduce clarity and smear musical detail.

Programming and control features

Sure, you could play each CD all the way through, in exactly the order you put them in the carousel, but what's the fun in that? The CDC-3.4 features 40-track memory playback, and a whole host of convenient repeat modes: all discs, random tracks, memory tracks, and more, right at your fingertips. 

The included remote control lets you run the show while you're relaxing on the couch. And there's a Remote Interactive (RI) connection on the back panel for simplified automatic operation of Integra or Onkyo audio/video components.


Product highlights:

  • 6-disc carousel design
  • carousel mechanism lets you change up to 5 discs without interrupting playback
  • plays CDs, CD-Rs & CD-RWs, and MP3 CDs
  • displays title, artist, album, and track information via ID3 tag recognition
  • illuminated disc tray
  • program, repeat, and random play
  • 40-track memory playback
  • 8x oversampling
  • 24-bit/192kHz Wolfson DAC for high conversion precision with low noise
  • Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry creates a noise-free signal path
  • signal-to-noise ratio: 98 dB
  • remote controller included
  • dual digital audio outputs (1 optical, 1 coaxial)
  • stereo RCA output (cable included)
  • rear IR port for remote repeater systems
  • Remote Interactive (RI) port for interactive control of compatible Integra and Onkyo components (cable included)
  • RS-232 port for third party controllers
Dimensions and warranty:
  • 17-1/8"W x 5-3/16"H x 17-3/16"D
  • weight: 15.2 lbs.
  • warranty: 3 years
  • MFR # CDC3.4M4BMDD

What's in the box:

  • CD changer
  • 6' AC power cord
  • Remote control (RC-778C)
  • 2 "AA" batteries
  • 31" Stereo RCA cable
  • 31" Mono-minijack cable
  • Instruction Manual
  • Product Registration/Warranty Information

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More details on the Integra CDC-3.4

Stacey B.

Features & specs

Disc Capacity 6
CD Transport Only No
Disc Exchange N/A
Track Programming 40
Random Play Yes
Direct Track Access Remote
Direct Disc Access N/A
Networking Features
Network Music Streaming ---
Ethernet Port No
Wi-Fi No
Remote Included
Parts Warranty 3 Years
Labor Warranty 3 Years
CD-R Playback Yes
CD-RW Playback Yes
Stereo SACD Playback N
CD Frequency Response 5-20k Hz
Signal to Noise Ratio 98 dB
SACD Frequency Response Not Compatible
SACD Dynamic Range ---
Digital Optical Input No
Digital Coaxial Input No
USB Type-A Input No
USB Type-B Input No
Analog RCA Output Yes
Analog XLR Output No
Digital Optical Output Yes
Digital Coaxial Output Yes
Headphone Output No

Product Research


6-Disc CD Carousel: The Integra CDC-3.4 is a CD changer with a 6-disc carousel. You can load up to 5 discs while one is still playing for extended listening times without interruption. Once the drawer is open, 2 CDs can be changed, then you must use the Disc Skip button to change out the remaining three. It features smooth & quiet mechanical operation, plus a soft blue light which illuminates the disc tray for better visibility.

Disc Compatibility: The Integra CDC-3.4 supports playback of Audio CDs, as well as CD-R and CD-RW discs with MP3 audio files. MP3 discs must be ISO 9660 Level 1 or Level 2, Romeo or Joliet compliant. MP3 files must have  a sampling rate of 8kHz-48kHz and a bit-rate of 8kbps-320 kbps (128kbps recommended). The CD changer can recognize up to 499 MP3 files and up to 99 folders per disc.

192kHz/24-Bit DACS The Integra CDC-3.4 utilizes a Wolfson 192kHz/24-Bit DAC and 128-times oversampling for excellent sound quality reproduction from the digital to analog domain.

Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC): Conventional analog filters reduce digital noise at the D/A conversion stage, and then the VLSC uses a "Vector Generator" to output a smooth and noiseless analog signal. This results in a dramatically improved sound quality for all types of music signals.

Direct Digital Path: Direct Digital Path signal routing provides a shorter, cleaner path from the signal processing PC board to the digital outputs than typically found on other players. This direct signal path routing is used to prevent corruption of the signal by noise from the ICs and power supply.

Stereo Analog Output: The 6-disc CD player is outfitted with a stereo analog RCA output for connecting to your stereo receiver or integrated amplifier. The stereo RCA jacks are gold-plated for excellent signal transfer.

Optical & Coaxial Digital Outputs: The Integra CDC-3.4 is equipped with two digital outputs. There is one optical (toslink) and one coaxial (RCA) digital output. Both digital output support audio sampling rates of 32kHz, 44.1kHz, and 48kHz.

LCD Screen: The Integra CDC-3.4 features a front-panel LCD screen which can display remaining track and disc time, disc and track name, and various ID3 tags for MP3 tracks (such as artist name and song title). The unit's display brightness can be adjusted to Normal, Dim, or Dimmer.

Front-Panel & Remote Controls: There are 19 push-buttons on the front-panel of the CD changer. Front-panel controls include Standby/On, Open/Close, Disc Skip, Disc Select (1-6), Play/Pause, Stop, Previous/Next Track or Folder, Fast Forward/Rewind Track, Repeat/Random, and more. The CD changer also comes with a 34-button IR remote control that will control all of the functions of the front-panel, as well as other advanced functions like direct track access via the remotes numeric keypad.

IR Input/Output: The IR input (3.5mm) can be used to connect an optional IR receiver (sold separately), which can be used to pickup IR signals from the remote controller when the CDC-3.4 is located in another room, installed in a rack, or is out of range of the remote controller. The IR output (3.5mm) can be used to connect an IR emitter (sold separately), which can be used to pass remote controller IR signals received by the IR input along to other AV components.

RI Input/Output: RI remote control input and output 3.5mm jacks allow you to transmit remote codes between compatible Integra components.

RS-232 Port: The RS-232 port is used to connect the CD changer to an external 3rd party controller (sold separately).

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8 questions already asked

i HAVE Bose wave 3000 multi-CD changer> Is this unit capitable with Bose speaker that sits on top of changer?
chcuk  Oct 31, 2022
1 answer
Greetings Chcuk, and thank you for your question. The Integra CDC-3.4 has left and right RCA outputs, and can connect to most stereos. If your Bose Wave radio has a left and right RCA input, or a 3.5mm Auxiliary input, you can connect this CD player.
hogan  Nov 01, 2022 (Staff)
What's the difference between this and the Onkyo DX-C390?
lemonwalker  Mar 15, 2022
1 answer
Thanks for your question. For information on comparing two or more models I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to help determine the differences and help you make the best choice for your system and your budget.
kenneth  Mar 15, 2022 (Staff)
Have old Sony system will this hook upto the speakers i have ?
nancy  Apr 14, 2020
5 answers
Yes as long as you have a cd hook up on your Sony
frank  Apr 21, 2020
If your "old Sony system" is an AV receiver or a hi-fi amplifier, then it will probably have Right and Left RCA-type input jacks for a CD player or other audio component. If so, then yes, the Integra should work with your system. Good luck.
gerald  Apr 20, 2020
This is not meant to drive speakers directly unless they have internal amplification. In general, the low level line out analog connections will connect to stereo line inputs of pretty much any receiver system and work. This also both optical and electrical digital connections, which avoids the internal conversion to an analog signal and lets the work of the conversion be done by the receiver itself.
william  Apr 20, 2020
Don't know. Ours is connected to a receiver.
pamela sue  Apr 20, 2020
Yes but I don't particularly love the remote! It is very small and hard to read. The unit works well
frank  Apr 20, 2020
Are the stated dimensions true? My shelf is ~16.5 inches deep. Asking as I noticed dimensions on the Yamaha were different than actual with regard to depth.
erin  Feb 18, 2020
3 answers
Hi Erin, thank you for your question. The Integra DCD-3.4 does have a depth of 17 3/16". I hope this helps.
jessica  Mar 08, 2020 (Staff)
Yes. The player depth is exactly 16.5 inches.
pamela sue  Mar 03, 2020
Erin I think yes but will measure tonight and confirm
eric  Mar 03, 2020
Will this work with a BOSE 321 box?
marie  Oct 09, 2019
3 answers
Sorry I'm not familiar with the BOSE 321 box.
scott f  Oct 10, 2019
I am not sure most of the time if you have Bose you have to have nothing but Bose hooked up
frank  Oct 09, 2019
Because I am not familiar with the Bose equipment, I am unable to provide a reliable response. I can say that I am 100% satisfied with the Integra, however, and recommend it highly. I am using mine in conjunction with a McIntosh C-46 preamp and a Mc402 amplifier, driving a JBL Paragon and a pair of JBL Olympus C-50 speakers.
harold  Oct 09, 2019
Are external speakers required with this player?
deb  Jul 21, 2019
8 answers
Yes this a component that works with a component system. You will need component speakers and a component receiver/amplifier
anthony  Jul 23, 2019
perry  Jul 22, 2019
yes they are also I have mine hooked up to my Marantz sr5012 sounds fantastic
frank  Jul 22, 2019
yes, it connects to an amp.
roger j  Jul 21, 2019
eric  Jul 21, 2019
Yes, and get ready for a tiny remote, better have glasses!
frank  Jul 21, 2019
Yes! This is a cd player only. A receiver and speakers are needed.
alan  Jul 21, 2019
You will need to connect the Integra to a amplifier or receiver that is connected to speakers.
mark  Jul 21, 2019
Is the scratch & Dent a new product?
joseph  Mar 21, 2019
1 answer
Sorry for the delayed response. We do not currently have any stock on this model right now. We do have more "new stock" inventory on order and expect to have them by April 17th. When Open Box and/or Scratch & Dent inventory is available; it will be clearly listed as such and offered at a discounted price. For additional assistance and personalized recommendations, feel free to contact us directly by phone or through our online chat service:
ryan  Mar 29, 2019 (Staff)
Is the scratch & Dent a new cd player?
joseph  Mar 21, 2019
4 answers
no it was not listed as that and looked totally new in perfect condition the player plays as a clear upgrade to my old rotel cd player which was a very good high end product I initially thought I wanted a used rotel from Ebay but had trouble with one and very correctly bought this one it probably sounds as good as or probably better than my old CD 101 classe' that listed for about 3500 from around 2007 might buy one for bedroom
sal  Mar 28, 2019
I would not know. I bought a new unit.
robert  Mar 21, 2019
I believe it's the ladtest model. I had a previous version which lasted over 10 years with heavy use. The 3.4 basically is just an upgraded version but operates like the older versions. I think for a multiplayer CD they are excellent.
eric  Mar 21, 2019
Mine looks new. I purchased a "scratch and dent" car CD player here almost 20 years ago and it still works. As does my Toyota Camry!
joseph m  Mar 21, 2019

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