How to make the best of an ATP-1CD player: the pros and cons
The ATP series is a series of components that have been part of the high-end Sony CD player.
The original ATP had the CD player with the optical disc drive, which allowed you to stream music over an ethernet cable, but the original ATA-1 came with a CD player as well.
The ATA2 has a CD reader and a hard drive, but not the optical drive.
Sony also has a line of products for CD players, including the CD-i and the CD3, and the PS3 is based on the Sony CD-3.
These components are now available for a lower price, and Sony has released the ATA5.
The latest version of the ATAP-1 is based around a faster A5 chip, and it also has an Ethernet port for playing music.
We have a hands-on with the ATP5, and while it’s not a CD-class player, it is an affordable alternative for those looking for a CD or DVD player.
Pros and cons Pros – high-speed, low-cost, high-quality, very versatile A5 processor for a relatively inexpensive price