Klassik doesn't take these lists very seriously. Even worse are the rankings some people try to do of music/classical music.
Klassik is pleased to see that a Kyocera CD player did get some respect though. Kyocera's Hi-Fi equipment from the 1980s is largely forgotten about now, but they made some excellent stuff. They were sure to have something ceramic in them.
As for the Sony PlayStation, wasn't it specifically a few versions of the PSX that were considered to be 'audiophile' grade? Probably early versions? Klassik never understood the excitement about using a PSX as a CD player back in the day. At least in the 1990s and early 2000s when people were talking about using the PSX as a high-end CD player, it was basically a requirement to use it with a TV in order to see the transport controls and such. Of course, in those days, the TV of choice probably would have been a CRT TV with the subsequent high-frequency whine. Maybe only younger people would have heard that, but then it was mostly younger people who had PlayStations unless someone was stealing their children's toys.
Klassik doesn't take CD players with track displays like that all that seriously. Klassik has some 'early music' classical music CDs which have 60+ tracks. Klassik doubts any CD player track calendar has the capability to display such things.