Very Best Cd Changer to drive outboard DAC?


I have the high-end sound with a single disc player...but some evenings, I just want to be able to put on a 4 or 5 discs and not have to get up to change the music. So, the question is, what is the best cd changer that I can use to feed a very good outboard DAC..so that my being lazy does not give up good sound?

Thanks for your thoughts.
whatjd
It is not the very best changer per se, but the Aiwa XC-35M or XC-37M makes a very good transport. One of those accidents that just happens. No longer made, but available a lot on eBay for $50 to $75. You can spend a lot more money, but not sure you'll get better performance.

Works best with DAC's with Delta/Sigma converters.
I've used the new Rotel RCC-1055 as a transport fed into my Resolution Audio Opus 21 DAC. The Rotel is well built, looks good, and has a detachable power cord. It's almost impossible to discern the difference in sound playing discs on the Rotel vs. the Opus -- it's that good!
Nakamichi MB1000
I 2nd the Nakamichi MB1000
I think Proceed made an audiophile "super" changer transport years ago. It was based on a commercial CD juke box mechanism, so it should be rugged and hold a lot of CD's. Very expensive, and I would think very rare.
You should also ask about a DVD changer. Would work also and double as a multi DVD player when needed.
California Audio Labs CL-5 CD changer.Check todays listing theres one for sale at 195.00.
I'm not sure if the CL-5 has digital out. The CL-10 does and it worked very well for me w/a DAC.
Nakamichi MB1000 was made in the early 90's its pretty unique it is all metal construction holds 6 disks I believe the door mechanism seals with a vacuum also has AT&T glass optical output was their statement type transport
Anthem 1. 6 CD charger. Available only used. It used to be a hot item.