Top-of-the-line analog technology’s answer to the digital challenge. During the playback of audio CDs, the rotation speed of the disc needs to be reduced gradually as playback proceeds outwards, in order to keep its linear speed constant. In most cases, a spindle motor handles this velocity adjustment. Most CD players and CD transports are designed with a direct-drive system, which places the motor just under the turntable and drives the spindle directly. A relatively large motor is needed to ensure adequate velocity adjustment, making it virtually impossible to be exempt from signal distortion caused by vibration and electromagnetic noise from the motor.
Drive System: Double Belt Drive // Spindle & Pick-up
Playable Discs: Audio CDs & Finalized CD-R/RWs
Power Supply: AC 100-240V / 50-60Hz
Chassis: Aluminum (Maximum Thickness:30mm)
CD Stabilizer: Brass (ø120mm, weight:370g)
Digital Output: AES/EBU(Balanced XLR) x1: 2.5Vp p/110Ω; COAXIAL(SPDIF) x1: 0.5Vp-p/75Ω; TOS x1: -21 ~ -15dBm EIAJ; SUPERLINK x1(BNC×4): 2.5Vp-p/75Ω