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Leitor CD / DAC - Cambridge Audio Azur 850C
Especificações / Características (de acordo com o fabricante)
Dual differential DAC’s 2 x Analog Devices AD1955 24-bit DACs running at 384kHz
Adaptive Time Filtering (ATF) Asynchronous upsampling technology converting 16-bit 44.1 kHz CD data to 24-bit 384kHz
Fully differential output stage topology
Digital inputs: 2x co-axial, 2x optical allowing upsampling and playback of other sources
Digital outputs: 1x co-axial, 1x optical
Audio outputs: 1x balanced (XLR), 1x unbalanced
S/N ratio, A weighted > 113dB
Digital input word widths supported 16 - 24 bit
Digital input sampling frequencies supported: 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz
Digital output sampling frequencies supported: 32kHz - 192kHz pass through (including 44.1kHz for CD) 48kHz, 96kHz, 192kHz upsampled
Dimensions hxwxd: 115 x 430 x 360mm
Weight 8.5 kg
Accessories: AC power cord, remote control unit, owner's manual
“… Key to its abilities is the ATF™ (Adaptive Time Filtering) upsampling process – developed in conjunction with Anagram Technologies of Switzerland. This system intelligently interpolates 16-bit/44.1kHz CD data to 24-bit/384kHz data, through the use of a 32-bit Analog Devices ‘Black-Fin’ DSP.
Both unbalanced RCA and balanced XLR outputs are fitted. Two digital inputs are also provided which even allow the upsampling and playback of other sources such as a DVD player via the Azur 840C. In addition, a recording digital output can even allow bit-for-bit data or upsampled data at 48, 96 or 192 kHz to be recorded by a suitable device.
All this impressive technology and more leads to a CD player of incredible ability, staggeringly low distortion, very low noise floor and a superior form of error correction. The foundation of the 840C’s excellence is a bespoke chassis. An incredibly thick aluminium front panel and extruded side panels combine with a formed steel base plate and specially designed vibration absorbing feet. The result is an ultra rigid, low resonance, acoustically damped platform for the electronics to sit in.”
Reviews (apenas em ingles)
"The 840C, which won our 2007 Product of the Year Award, is characterized by a smooth, suave, and sophisticated treble that fosters immediate musical involvement. Moreover, its midrange and treble are extremely clean and free from grain, glare, and hardness. Soundstage depth and dimensionality rival players costing $10k... A great CD player at an unbelievable price."
The Absolute Sound (US) 2010 High-End Audio Buyers' Guide, November 2009
"Incredibly detailed, impeccably neutral and possessed of more than a hint of high-end assurance. A technical tour de forceby any standards."
Hi-Fi Choice January 2009
"The 840C shatters the price/performance equation in CD playback with sound quality that's competitive with $6k players, standing out for its ease, smoothness, resolution, dimensionality, and stunning spacial presentation."
The Absolute Sound Editors' Choice Awards (USA) October 2008
"A very successful balance ensures a great sound for the volume of each instrument. The immaculate clarity of the higher register guarantees absolute transparency in addition."
Le Monde de la Musique (France) September 2008
"... wipes the floor with the rest of the bunch. The way it extracts information from the disc and presents it without bias or congestion is up there with players costing two or three times its ticket price."
Hi-Fi News May 2008 - (Winner of CD player group test)
"Silky and beguilingly musical sound, especially at the price. A real audiophile bargain."
Hi-Fi News November 2007