I listen to classical music exclusively, and am looking for a really good player with a non-digital [ie. potentiometer flywheel] control, so I can select a comfortable but "full" sound for "heavier" symphonic music. If at all possible, I would also like it to include a preset equalizer with either a "live", "3D" or "surround" function, to alter the sound listening thru headphones to sound more like listening to a live concert. I have owned the Sony D-555 and Panasonic CT-510 [which lasted more than ten years], both of which I was happy with, although I wish the D-555 had an Analog volume control. Recently, I have "gone thru" two Sony's, two RCA's and two Panasonic's, trying to find a unit I could again be happy with. The Panasonic CT-582V I have now has a "3D" setting which is very nice, but the maximum volume usable varies with each CD recording, and is TOO LOW for my taste on a lot of my recordings!!! It has this built-in "D-Sound" function for MP3 enhancement, which may be causing the problem. I listen with Sony MDR-990 50 mm driver headphones. Can anyone suggest a good player for me and tell me where I can get it? Thanks so much.