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    Fugly CD player

    This might just be the ugliest CD player I’ve ever seen. The new McIntosh MCD85





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    Fugly CD player



    Some comments on FB. LOL. Guess I’m not alone.

    This one is my favorite: “Reminds me of my little sisters easy bake oven.”


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    To me, they also win the first prize in the turntable category
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    Just buy whatever D+M Group player it is based off of and save a ton.
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    Quote Originally Posted by Spock View Post
    To me, they also win the first prize in the turntable category
    Amen, I'm not sure what's in the drinking water in Binghamton these days but Mac has two ugly ducklings with both their TT and CD/SACD players. They'd be best to stick to amps and pre-amps
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    I realize its not the case but, it is as though they had old parts left over and are trying to use them up.
    CD players usually seem to be stream lined and kind of sexy. This one is like my great aunt Thelma.
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    Looks like they have just re-used the chassis for this fugly amp

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    Re: Fugly CD player

    All McIntosh gear is fugly.
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    I showed the pics to my wife and she asked if it was an 8 track player
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    It would have looked fantastic in the movie METROPOLIS...
    About a hundred years ago...

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    McIntosh clearly values some of the design elements in some of their classic gear. We all certainly understand the function of the MC75 amp chassis. But, that look, with a box grafted to the top is truly ugly. Doubt it will sell well.

    Not that I would get one, but I did enjoy the look of the turntable in the TV shoe “Elementary”. It looked cool tucked into a bookshelf near matching McIntosh gear.
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    McIntosh has sure went down the ugly path with the last batch of these components. The front panel is boring.
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    no amount of lipstick on that pig will make it look good !

    Given where it falls price wise I can't see anyone(of sound mind) buying it over the Marantz K1 Ruby
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    if you want top-shelf aesthetics in a spinner you have to come off the hip a bit more: gryphon ethos
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    Quote Originally Posted by XV-1 View Post
    Looks like they have just re-used the chassis for this fugly amp

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    Re: Fugly CD player

    A Fugly CD Player to go with their Fugly MC 830 and Fugly C 8. Seriously this stuff is not aimed at anyone on this forum. Who will buy it?

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    Re: Fugly CD player

    Tidal recently became inspired for design ideas for their speakers from Bugatti.



    Perhaps McIntosh received their industrial design inspiration for the MCD85 from the Fiat Multipla.




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    Re: Fugly CD player

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Tidal recently became inspired for design ideas for their speakers from Bugatti.



    Perhaps McIntosh received their industrial design inspiration for the MCD85 from the Fiat Multipla.




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    Re: Fugly CD player

    They obviously designed this to go along with the new line of gear that started with the MA252 and MA352. I really don't like this player but honestly I do like the design of these integrated amps and the C8. And no I have not been drinking the water in Binghamton . I have not been home in a couple of years ....

    Since they continue to add more models to this design layout it must be popular for them. A company does not stay around and prosper for over 70 years without giving their customers what they want....
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Myers View Post
    A company does not stay around and prosper for over 70 years without giving their customers what they want....
    But Rodney Dangerfield is dead, who the hell else would buy that turd ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikado463 View Post
    But Rodney Dangerfield is dead, who the hell else would buy that turd ?
    Not sure on the spinner .... I would not. I assume people who have the other pieces would be interested in it to complete the setup.

    However I would be interested in the pre-amp. I really liked the MA252 when I had one and it sold pretty much immediately when I put it on the market. Since they keep adding models to the lineup they must be popular.

    I will say they look a whole lot better in person then any of them look in the ads and photos. (not sure the spinner will though )
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    The look of McIntosh gear is all over the place and has been for years. This series of gear that looks like countertop toaster ovens is really a trip down a dirt road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Perhaps McIntosh received their industrial design inspiration for the MCD85 from the Fiat Multipla.



    I have a friend who has one he likes a lot.
    I used to play with him and the car and he always told me that when he uses it he is inside and he doesn't see the shape.


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    Re: Fugly CD player

    I see the slot for the bread, but wonder which knob controls the cook time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    This might just be the ugliest CD player I’ve ever seen. The new McIntosh MCD85





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    I wish there was a “Not Like” button... definitely fugly.

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    You guys are mean ...

    Honestly though, I bet it will be fairly popular for McIntosh. People with a MA252, MA352, or the C8 might be wanting one.

    But honestly, the true ugliest thing they make is this monstrosity:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene View Post
    I see the slot for the bread, but wonder which knob controls the cook time
    Will it fit a bagel? I've always wanted my toaster to match my stereo, fine job!
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    Not my cup of tea but as Randy says, they must have feedback from some group that says they like this design. I am thinking it is in Asia???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Myers View Post
    You guys are mean ...

    Honestly though, I bet it will be fairly popular for McIntosh. People with a MA252, MA352, or the C8 might be wanting one.

    But honestly, the true ugliest thing they make is this monstrosity:

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    Fugly CD player

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    Sad with the computer tray making it even worse. Especially after the sweet looking baby headphone amp release
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    The headphone amp does look pretty sweat.
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    My parents taught me to keep negative opinions to myself. But, one has to wonder who would approve such an ugly looking component. Furthermore, while there is always a buyer, I can’t imagine showcasing this CD player in one’s stereo rack.
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    Re: Fugly CD player

    I'd need to see it in person, but I may be the only one here that doesn't think it's that bad.

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