Crutchfield is showing two new carousel CD changers from Denon on its web site, the DCM-280 and DCM-380. These models will replace the '270 and '370, respectively. The '280 is in stock for $200, but the '380 is not yet in stock. The '380 is, however, available for pre-order for $300. No ETA is provided for the '380. Both changers are said to play CD-Rs, CD-RWs, and MP3-encoded CDs. Importantly, the '280 has a coaxial digital output, which the '270 lacks. Like the '370, the '380 performs HDCD decoding. Finally, both players are said to have a "Multilevel Noise Shaping DAC", but it does not say which company makes the DAC(s) (the '270 and '370 have Burr-Brown DACs). Here are links for the two players: DCM-280 http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/S...DCM280&o=m&a=0 DCM-380 http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/S...DCM380&o=m&a=0 Pictures of the '380: [c][/c] [c][/c] [c][/c] Interestingly, both models look to have a foot at the back center of the chassis. I don't recall my '370 having one there. Unfortunately, it looks like both players lack gold-plated stereo analog outputs. As I recall, the stereo analog outputs on the '370 are gold-plated. I haven't looked at the back panel of my player in a year-and-a-half, though. Hopefully Denon improved the carousel mechanism on these changers. The loud, "jumpy" mechanism on the '370 has always been a pet peeve of mine.