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Onkyo CN7050 Networked CD Player (Silver)

4.3 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Stream from a music server or listen to internet radio (using an internet connection)
  • Plays Audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3-Encoded CD-R/ CD-RW, and WAV-Encoded CD-R/CD-R
  • Rear USB Port and Local Network supports MP3, WMA, WMA Lossless, FLAC, WAV, ALAC, Ogg Vorbis, and AAC
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Colour Silver Black Black Black Black Silver
Item Weight 5.3 kg 5 kg 6 kg 4.1 kg 4 kg
Power Source Type AC 230V, 50Hz AC 230 V, 50 Hz

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  • Product Dimensions: 30.2 x 43.5 x 10.2 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.9 Kg
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  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: C-N7050 (S)
  • ASIN: B00O379052
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Oct. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 137,049 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product description

The Onkyo CN7050 is a hugely versatile audio player allowing high definition music playback from a variety of sources including your NAS drive, computer and smartphone along with your more traditional CD collection.


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The sound produced by this Network CD player is very pleasing, detailed and full. This applies equally to CDs and files (.flac etc.) played via either of the two USB inputs. I have a 1Tb Toshiba external hard drive connected to the front USB input with the capability to store many, many .flac files, and this works well. The unit is quite well built, the controls are well laid out and the remote is easy to use. I would have wished for a second line of information on the display panel, and CD Text would have been nice too. I haven't used the internet tuner yet as I bought it mainly for playing CDs and high res gapless .flac files, but, after reading another review on Amazon, I believe that an Onkyo wi-fi dongle can be used for internet connectivity, which I will consider purchasing. A couple of minor niggles, the unit does make a (just) noticeable hum when switched on, this is audible in an otherwise silent environment and can't be heard when music is playing. The unit also produces a mechanical click at the start of a CD or when first playing a folder of files, thankfully this isn't repeated at the start of each individual track. Overall this has been a good replacement for my 10 year old Marantz CD player that became unserviceable, and is good value for money.

Update, November 2015:I had been considering buying an ONKYO UWF-1 USB internet dongle, this works when used in the front USB socket. However I was put off by the price being charged by Amazon UK and other retailers (£25-£30). To my surprise I chanced upon the fact that Amazon USA were selling the item for around £15, and postage to the UK was in the region of £3, a considerable saving. The UWF-1 arrived, was installed and is working well with the CN7050!
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Build:

Transformer emits an annoying hum, which is amplified by the nasty thin steel panels. Damping the panels from the outside makes the hum negligible, so one solution would be to apply something like Dynamat internally. I will probably do this at some point.

As above, the steel panels are thin and cheap feeling. The front panel is plastic, and also feels very cheap. The silver finish on this front panel is supposed to imitate brushed aluminium, but it's not convincing, especially when viewed next to real aluminium components. It's not very durable either, and will easily chip off to reveal the white plastic underneath.

The optical disk mechanism is acceptably quiet.

Unfortunately, the power cable is non-detachable.

Network Playback:

The C-N7050's "Home Media" feature allows it to browse and play files directly from network shares on Windows PCs via SMB. This WOULD have been a great feature, except that, inexplicably, it will not work unless you disable Password Protected Sharing on the target PC. If Password Protected Sharing is enabled, you will see the following error upon attempted connection: "Authentication Failed. You do not have permission to access this server". This appears to be a limitation on all Onkyo devices that have the Home Media feature. Onkyo's solution is to disable Password Protected Sharing, which is unacceptable. I've seen some supposed workarounds on the web, but none of them worked for me. The most absurd thing about this issue is that if you do disable Password Protected Sharing, Home Media prompts you for a password and username (you can leave these blank and continue). It clearly has the means for SMB authentication.
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typical Onkyo quality - works seamlesly with my NAS and great app for iOS. Excellent value
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I am very happy with this CD & Network player. The sound from both CDs and files on USB drives is very good indeed. I mostly play FLAC or WAV files but even MP3 files sound ok, especially the high bit-rate ones. I have not yet tried the network connection for playing either local files or internet radio.
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