If you like the convenience of the multi-disk option, try the California Audio Lab changers, CL-5, 10, and 15 (I think). They will be a significant step up and the CL-10 is a former S'phile Class B (FWIW).
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gabe: there are NO multi-disc transports that can compete, sonically, with the better or best single-play units. 'course, as with everything, there are compromises that can be made, if you're more interested in "convenience" than the best-of-the-best; in such case, swampwalker's suggestions are, as he notes, then worth considering. as for me, i can't imagine anyone's truly "needing" a multi-disc player, unless he is physically handicapped or operating an elavator or two. -cfb